Arrested American accused of raping a child in Mexico
The detainee admitted that in August he fled Tulsa where he was wanted for his role in a sexual offense against a minor
MEXICO CITY, March 9. – The Mexican federal police arrested the accused for the purpose of deportation to the U.S. Phillip Steven Borden for his alleged role in the rape of a minor in his country, reported the Public Safety Secretariat (SSP).Reliance said that the U.S. federal agents located him on the island of Cozumel in the Mexican Caribbean, so that “an operation was implemented in the city to ensure his capture.”
The SSP said after confirming the data with the Intelligence Center Federal Police “was confirmed that Steven Phillip Borden was wanted by the Sheriff’s Department in the United States (U.S. Marshals Service).
He said the arrested confessed that in August last year fled the city of Tulsa (Oklahoma, USA) in order to evade the authorities of that country, where he was wanted for his alleged role in a sexual offense against a minor age.
The ministry said that since then he had remained in Mexico illegally.
Borden, 42, was handed over to the National Migration Institute based in Cozumel, who are responsible for their deportation.
The SPP said that through the database of the Platform Mexico, federal police exchanges information with various international agencies such as Interpol, in a telecommunications network that connects 186 countries