The Hunt Continues for FBI's Most Wanted Child Predator from West Texas
MIDLAND, TX – The Federal Bureau of Investigation is still searching for a wanted child predator who could be in West Texas.
The search began in June of last year after Jose Navarette, 24, when he was charged with three counts of sex act with a child ten years old or younger, and four counts of oral sex with a child ten years old or younger. The FBI claims that Navarette jumped on a plane and headed out of Sacramento, CA. Here is the original story: FBI: Wanted Child Predator Possibly on the Run in West Texas
Navarette was born and raised in Midland and is allegedly located in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, or Mexico. Several reports have been made stating he had been spotted, but no arrests have been made. Here is one of those instances: SHERIFF: Oilfield Worker Wanted by FBI for Sex Crimes Spotted in Big Lake
Navarette has an oilfield background and has an occupation listed as a "Welder's Assistant." Check out the story: FBI: Child Predator Could Be in West Texas and Has Oilfield Background
He is listed as a 5'11" Hispanic Male that weighs 172 pounds. For more click here: FBI Most Wanted Child Predator Possibly Spotted in West Texas
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of Jose Arturo Navarrete, Jr. If you have any information contact the local FBI office at (972) 559-5000.
UPDATE January 22, 2020:
According to the FBI, Jose Navarrete Jr., 24, has been captured.
Here is the story: FBI Most Wanted Child Predator Finally Captured
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