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Thursday, Jul 27 2017
Iris Iliana Rodriguez
Up To $5,000 Reward
White(Hisp.) sex: Female dob: 08/18/89 height: 5'2" weight: 150 lbs. aka: Iris Iliana Rodriguez-Davila, Iris Rodriguez smt: Tattoo on righ shoulder. Scars on leg and shoulder fbi #: 31660ND8 sid #: TX08943401 tdc #: N/A Wanted For: Indecency with a Child by Sexual Contact, Indecency with a Child, Unlawful Restraint, Harassment, Flight to Avoid Gang(s): N/A cch: Driving While Intoxicated lka: 4606 Retama Drive lkc: Laredo, Texas
caution: Subject should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS!
DETAILS:

Iris Iliana RODRIGUEZ has strong ties to Laredo, Texas and Mexico.

RODRIGUEZ
is wanted by authorities for having had improper contact with a juvenile victim on multiple occasions. The initial contact is believed to have occurred while RODRIGUEZ was working as a counselor for a CAPS (Child, Adolescent and Parent Services) program in Laredo. She later became employed at the Border Region Behavioral Health Center in Laredo as a CAPS Counselor, which allowed her to visit the victim at school under the pretext of offering guidance and support for the child's behavioral issues.

On January 22, 2015, the Webb County SO issued warrants for RODRIGUEZ's arrest for Indecency with a Child (3 counts), Unlawful Restraint, and Harassment (3 counts). When law enforcement officials arrived at her residence to arrest her, they discovered she had absconded. It is believed that she fled in order to avoid prosecution. Since then, additional warrants have been issued, including Indecency w/ a Child-Sexual Contact and Flight to Avoid.



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