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Sheriff Boudreaux announces human trafficking arrests.

Two human trafficking suspects are in custody in Tulare County jails following a 6-month joint investigation into a human trafficking ring in collaboration with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and the California Attorney General’s Office.

The two suspects in custody are Quinton Brown of Highland and Gerald Turner of Fresno. A third suspect, Mia McNeil, is outstanding and we are asking the public's assistance to locate her.
If you know her whereabouts, please contact the Tulare County Sheriff's Office at (559) 733-6218 or anonymously at (559) 725-4194 or tcso@tipnow.com.
The investigation began when a concerned Tulare County mother sought help from the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office regarding her teenage daughter who had run away.
As a result of countless man hours dedicated to this case, multiple victims have been identified. The majority of the victims in this case are juveniles from Tulare County where Sheriff Mike Boudreaux has set a zero tolerance for human traffickers. He developed a cyber-crimes unit dedicated to tracking down suspects who prey upon and exploit the innocence of our children. This unit has been successful in identifying and removing victims from the world of human trafficking.
Sheriff Boudreaux is excited and pleased for the collaborative law enforcement efforts in this case. It is a success thanks to the fantastically cooperative effort from the LA County Sheriff’s Office, the Office of the Attorney General, and the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office.
“To Californians, be proud of the law enforcement serving the citizens of this state because today is a win for the good guys,” he said. “Sexually exploiting young people for financial gain is a crime against humanity. We will continue our vigilance to aggressively seek out those suspects who endanger our children and who seek to use human beings for their criminal gain.” #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #lasd #californiaattorneygeneral #humantrafficking #fresno #highland #sanbernardinocounty

Sheriff Boudreaux to swear in eight Deputies tonight at the Police Academy graduation at 6 pm tonight at the Visalia Nazarene Church. #tcso #explorers #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff

Sheriff Mike Boudreaux is pictured with patrol deputies and Ag Crimes detectives at the Springville Rodeo Friday. #tularecountysheriff #tularecounty #TCSO #springvillerodeo

Sheriff announces promotion
You are invited to attend a promotion ceremony at 8:30 a.m. Thursday when Sheriff Mike Boudreaux will promote David Winters to the rank of Lieutenant.

Who: Sheriff Mike Boudreaux
What: Promotion Ceremony
When: 8:30 a.m. Thursday, June 8, 2017
Where: Headquarters, 2404 W. Burrel Ave., Visalia
Info: (559) 636-4695

Sheriff Boudreaux offers his sincere congratulations to Lt. Winters and wishes him well in his new assignment at the Men’s Correctional Facility. The public is welcome to join the department, friends and family in the lobby at the Sheriff’s Headquarters at 8:30 a.m., Thursday, to celebrate Lt. Winter’s promotion.

Refreshments will follow.
#tularecountysheriff #tularecounty #tcso #lawenforcement #californiasheriffs

Sheriff Mike Boudreaux promoted David Winters to the rank of Lieutenant Thursday in front of friends, family and co-workers from several departments within Tulare County.
Lt. Winters began his career with the Sheriff's Office as an Explorer when he was a teenager in Visalia. He became a Deputy and rose through the ranks to become a Lieutenant. He will be assigned to the Men's Correctional Facility.
Join Sheriff Mike Boudreaux in congratulating his newest lieutenant, Lt. David Winters.
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Deputy Rodriguez and Jack are ready to compete. Come out to Central Valley Christian High School for the Sierra K-9 Trials thru 3 pm Today. 5600 W. Tulare Ave., Visalia. No cost to attend. #tularecountysheriff #tularecounty #TCSO #californiasheriffs

Another fugitive on the Sheriff's Top 10 Most Wanted Criminals in Hiding was arrested.
Dinuba Police contacted fugitive Juan Muro Friday afternoon on the 700 block of El Monte Way in Dinuba and subsequently took him into custody without incident.
Many thanks to the Dinuba Police Department for its assistance. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #fugitives #dinubapolicedepartment

Sheriff Mike Boudreaux swore in five new employees Monday at the Tulare County Sheriff's Office. They are:
Deputy Sheriff Trainee Eric Barajas
Correctional Deputy Sergio Lazcano
Emergency Dispatcher Taylor Reynolds
Records Clerk Sherrie Weece
Cook I Maria Nino
Congratulations to all of you and welcome to the Tulare County Sheriff's Office. To view more photos, go to the Tulare County Sheriff's Office Facebook page. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #explorers #collegeofthesequoias

Sheriff Mike Boudreaux, center, swore in eight new Deputies Thursday during the Tulare-Kings Counties Law Enforcement Training Academy graduation at the Visalia Nazarene Church.
They are:
Maira Ruelas, left,
Kevin Renard
Jeffrey Lewis
Hector Negrete
Ryan Pugh
Cameron Anderson
Maria Gutierrez
Horacio Navarro, right
They were in the 139th Basic Academy Class at College of the Sequoias. Congratulations and welcome to the Tulare County Sheriff's Office!
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Sheriff Boudreaux announces human trafficking arrests.

Two human trafficking suspects are in custody in Tulare County jails following a 6-month joint investigation into a human trafficking ring in collaboration with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and the California Attorney General’s Office.

The two suspects in custody are Quinton Brown of Highland and Gerald Turner of Fresno. A third suspect, Mia McNeil, is outstanding and we are asking the public's assistance to locate her.
If you know her whereabouts, please contact the Tulare County Sheriff's Office at (559) 733-6218 or anonymously at (559) 725-4194 or tcso@tipnow.com.
The investigation began when a concerned Tulare County mother sought help from the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office regarding her teenage daughter who had run away.
As a result of countless man hours dedicated to this case, multiple victims have been identified. The majority of the victims in this case are juveniles from Tulare County where Sheriff Mike Boudreaux has set a zero tolerance for human traffickers. He developed a cyber-crimes unit dedicated to tracking down suspects who prey upon and exploit the innocence of our children. This unit has been successful in identifying and removing victims from the world of human trafficking.
Sheriff Boudreaux is excited and pleased for the collaborative law enforcement efforts in this case. It is a success thanks to the fantastically cooperative effort from the LA County Sheriff’s Office, the Office of the Attorney General, and the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office.
“To Californians, be proud of the law enforcement serving the citizens of this state because today is a win for the good guys,” he said. “Sexually exploiting young people for financial gain is a crime against humanity. We will continue our vigilance to aggressively seek out those suspects who endanger our children and who seek to use human beings for their criminal gain.” #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #lasd #californiaattorneygeneral #humantrafficking #fresno #highland #sanbernardinocounty

Good work, Detectives!
The second suspect wanted for a carjacking on July 17 near Tulare is in custody. He and a female suspect had forced the victim out of his vehicle after he had assisted them with apparent car troubles.
The victim had kindly transported the female to purchase gasoline. Upon their return, the suspects stole his vehicle.
The female suspect was detained July 19 by Dinuba Police because she was in the victim's stolen vehicle. Sheriff's Detectives were contacted and they arrested Alyssa Ledesma Gonzalez, 24, for carjacking and possession of a stolen vehicle.
Sheriff's Detective's charged suspect Jose Angel Martinez, 29, Wednesday with carjacking after Tulare Police detained him Tuesday when they charged him for an outstanding warrant and two fresh felonies.
We appreciate the assistance from both the Dinuba Police Department and the Tulare Police Department.
#tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #dinubapolicedepartment #tularepolice #tulare

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Sheriff Mike Boudreaux swore in five new employees Monday at the Tulare County Sheriff's Office. They are:
Deputy Sheriff Trainee Eric Barajas
Correctional Deputy Sergio Lazcano
Emergency Dispatcher Taylor Reynolds
Records Clerk Sherrie Weece
Cook I Maria Nino
Congratulations to all of you and welcome to the Tulare County Sheriff's Office. To view more photos, go to the Tulare County Sheriff's Office Facebook page. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #explorers #collegeofthesequoias

Do you know where they are?
Two more fugitives have been added to the Tulare County Sheriff's Most Wanted Criminals in Hiding. They are:
Alberto Escobar
Cody Lee Bierman
If you know either one of their whereabouts, please contact the Tulare County Sheriff's Office at (559) 733-6218 or anonymously through our TipNow Program at (559) 725-4194 or tcso@tipnow.com. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #fugitives #mostwanted

Another fugitive on the Sheriff's Top 10 Most Wanted Criminals in Hiding was arrested.
Dinuba Police contacted fugitive Juan Muro Friday afternoon on the 700 block of El Monte Way in Dinuba and subsequently took him into custody without incident.
Many thanks to the Dinuba Police Department for its assistance. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #fugitives #dinubapolicedepartment

Thanks to information provided by the public through our TipNow Program, another fugitive on the Sheriff's Top 10 Most Wanted Criminals in Hiding was arrested.
Fugitive Rochelle Lyn Hicks was taken into custody without incident by Exeter Police Thursday on the 1100 block of Visalia Road.
Many thanks to the Exeter Police Department for its assistance.
TipNow is a way to provide information to the Sheriff's Office anonymously. Information may be reported by texting or leaving a voice mail message at (559) 725-4194 or by sending an email to tcso@tipnow.com. #tcso #tularecounty #tularecountysheriff #fugitives #tipnow #exeterpolice

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