Fugitive hunt ends in Texas
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#1 Jan 13, 2009
Nice try Jerrel but you knew we were gonna get you sooner or later !!!
#2 Jan 13, 2009
When they noticed school buses driving through the neighborhood, they decided to move in since Carter was considered armed and dangerous-that's the 1st lie it happened before school buses had pass.
He nearly tried to make a break for it from the second floor-2nd lie house to tall he would have broke his leg if he would have jumped he brought his self to the cops with no problem.
that bitch Marshal Gorden Eden whatever lied they had about 10 cops and 5 cop cars 2 on the back street one had a silver Toyota or Honda so did the other about 3 station cars white cop van with dark tint window white minivan and black minivan kind of car and some more cars
He is not cooperating with investigators-he was listing to everything they said so that's another lie.
Marshals are still trying to figure out who lived in the home-they knew who stayed there because they ask for the person who lived in the house and they knew they information.
they say they have a video of everything but why are they not showing the public the tape now you want a video i got a tape of the police following his every move because while they were following him we were following them and recording them i know yall stayed at work overnight traveling for information i got records of yall phone calls also i knew something was up because i know cars in that neighborhood and cars that be parked at neighbor's houses to visit and something seemed weird about cars that kept passing up the street that was never around there like 4 times a day and parking across the street everyday in an undercover car writing something down then drive off and comeback like 2days later yall was not doing a very good job being undercover then yall tried to act like cleaning services and other kinds of things yall tried to stake out in the house near were he was captured yall suck at yall job.
Marshal Eden has a combined 30 years of progressive law enforcement experience, ranging from field duties, to administrator, to past director of Northwestern University's School of Police Staff and Command. A national expert in law enforcement matters and training, Marshal Eden was appointed by President George W. Bush, confirmed by the United States Senate and was sworn in as the United States Marshal for the District of New Mexico in early 2002.
Since Marshal Edens appointment, he has established the United States Marshals Service multi-agency Fugitive Task Force involving more than 10 state and local law enforcement agencies. In 2005, Marshal Eden assisted with the development of the Mid-Rio Grande Terrorism Early Warning Group which is a new partnership between the private sector and government on sharing open source intelligence, creating special events plans, threat analysis and developing multi-agency response plans to catastrophic incidents. Marshal Eden is the former executive chairman of the New Mexico High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area and the New Mexico Federal Executive Board.-that sound good of jr. but not that good because you suck at your job i had that job for 20 years and retired cause of an injury i can still do my job better then you.
#4 Jan 13, 2009
hell with you
#5 Jan 18, 2009
Ervin was one of best friends. We are all so happy to hear that they have caught my friends killer. Please keep both of our families in your prayers.
thank you, PPD & APD for all your efforts. It's good to get him off the streets.
#6 Jan 26, 2009
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