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Monday, Aug 21 2017
Raul Ambrosio Jimenez, Jr.
Up To $10,000 Reward
White(Hispanic) sex: Male dob: 07/24/67 height: 5'9" weight: 210 lbs. aka: Rail Ambrosio Jimenez, Junior Jiminez smt: Tattoos: Female figure/scroll/dragon on upper right arm; and male face/tower on upper left arm. Scar on left eyebrow. fbi #: 915268FA7 sid #: TX03826020 tdc #: 1092065 Wanted For: Sexual Assault of a Child, Traffic of Person under 18 - Prostitution, Probation Violation (Original Offense: Manufacture/Delivery of Heroin) Gang(s): Texas Syndicate cch: Prostitution, Burglary, Vehicle Theft, Counterfeiting, Possession of Marijuana, Resisting Officer, Manufacture/Delivery of Controlled Substance, Traffic Violations lka: 7650 Highway 90, #813 lkc: San Antonio, Texas
caution: Subject should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS!
DETAILS: Raul Ambrosio JIMENEZ, Jr., is identified as a member of the Texas Syndicate gang from the San Antonio, Texas area and has relatives in the Bexar County vicinity.  He has a lengthy criminal history dating back to 1987, with arrests for Prostitution, Burglary, Vehicle Theft, Counterfeiting, Possession of Marijuana, Resisting Officer, and Traffic Violations. In 2006, JIMENEZ was convicted of Manufacture/Delivery of Heroin and was sentenced to federal prison.  He received supervised release in 2011.

In November 2011, JIMENEZ was involved in the sexual assault of a female juvenile, resulting in a four-count indictment. On December 12, 2012, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office issued a warrant for JIMENEZ's arrest for Sexual Assault of a Child. 

On February 6, 2013, the US Marshals issued a warrant for JIMENEZ's arrest for Probation Violation (Original Offense:  Manufacture/Delivery of Heroin).  On February 19, 2013, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office issued an additional warrant for his arrest, charging him with Traffic of Person Under 18--Prostitution.

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