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BP agents arrest 2 men convicted for sex crimes against children

26-year-old Jesus Nieblas-Romero, 28-year-old Nestor Franco-Guevara (Source: U.S. Border Patrol) 26-year-old Jesus Nieblas-Romero, 28-year-old Nestor Franco-Guevara (Source: U.S. Border Patrol)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Border Patrol agents with the Tucson Sector recently arrested two men, who had previously been convicted for sex crimes against children, according to a recent release. 

The first man arrested was 26-year-old Jesus Nieblas-Romero near San Simon, AZ by agents from the Willcox Station on Friday, April 14.  According to the release during his processing agents found out Romero had been convicted twice for illegal re-entry into the U.S. and for sexual contact with a child in 2010.  

On Monday, April 17, agents with the Brian A. Terry Station arrested a second man, 28-year-old Nestor Franco-Guevara in Bisbee.  During his records check, according to the release, agents found Guevara had been deported from the U.S. and had been convicted of raping a child in 2009.  

CRIME COVERAGE: The KOLD News 13 mugshots of the month are available HERE.

Both subjects are being processed in accordance to Tucson Sector Guidelines and face prosecution for criminal illegal re-entry into the U.S. 

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