Saturday, September 15, 2018

Laredo: U.S. Border Patrol supervisor suspect in serial murders confesses

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat-Thank you BB follower-Material from eptxn and LMT

Authorities believe Ortiz is behind the murder of four women in a nearly two-week span. a fifth woman escaped from him on Friday. Authorities found  Ortiz, who has been employed by the federal agency for 10 years, in the parking lot of a local hotel off Interstate 35.   He had tried to escape....
Ortiz,  a supervisor with the Border Patrol agency, confessed to murdering the four victims and abducting the other. 


The first known murdered is Melissa Ramirez, whose body was discovered on September 4th.   A woman described by authorities as a "second victim" was found Thursday "with head trauma injury" off state highway 255, according to a statement from Texas Rangers. She was identified as Claudine Anne Luera, 42, of Laredo, Texas.

A third body was found Saturday morning, then a fourth was found just after noon along the highway
north of Laredo, no details or identification were given for the 3rd and 4th. On Friday, a fifth woman, Erika Peña, fought for her life, managed to escape. She told police right after Ortiz picked her up, she felt she was in danger. She said Ortiz told her he was married and had two children.

Peña, who authorities say was picked up by Ortiz late Friday, told police she fled from his vehicle after he pulled a pistol on her. Earlier, she said, they had visited his house off Loop 20.

The four murders were conducted off duty.   

Webb County Sheriff Martin Cuellar said at a news conference that Juan David Ortiz 35,  was booked Saturday morning after the woman he  attempted to kidnap Friday, went to law enforcement.

He said authorities believe Ortiz is behind the murder of four women in a nearly two-week span.



Claudine Luera at top-Melissa Ramirez bottom foto a mother of two young children

Ortiz was a 10-year veteran of the U.S. Border Patrol at the time of his arrest. He was a part of the Highway Interdiction team, whose role was to “observe vehicles traveling on IH-35 with the goal of intercepting vehicles engaged in narcotics trafficking, human trafficking, etc


Ortiz was detained at about 2:30 a.m. after the body of the third victim was found in Webb County, in southern Texas near the border with Mexico. Mr. Chapa said the body of a fourth victim was discovered on Saturday afternoon after the authorities had interviewed Ortiz.


Ortiz was charged with four counts of first-degree murder, one count of aggravated assault and one count of unlawful restrain on Saturday, and he has pleaded not guilty.

The two identified victims were U.S. citizens, the identification of the others or citizenship is unknown.   All were sex workers and one was transgender.

The county district attorney noted about Ortiz, “It's interesting that he would be observing and watching as law enforcement was looking for the killer, that he would be reporting to work every day like normal," he said.

48 comments:

  1. Brown on brown violence. At least now no one can throw out that race card. - Sol Prendido

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    1. The sad part about all this , that it is only going to get worse.. the rio grande valley has a lot of hate towards there own people.

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    2. The only problem was that he isn't white if he was he would still be getting away with it just like the others

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  2. Shoot the disgraceful fuck then toss him on the railroad tracks. Despicable POS. They will kill his punk ass in the county jail or elsewhere in custody unless he goes PC. Maybe even in PC someone will gut his fuck ass.

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  3. This dude should have been working as an officer in mexico, he would have gotten away with these crimes a lot longer

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    1. So true.He could have gone on forever.

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    2. Its ok in Mexico

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    3. Not only that, he probably wouldve got promoted for each body he caught-

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  4. This piece of shit has killed more . He was trying to do his 5th in a month when he was caught . Sure elevated fast and got careless fast for beginner .
    His death needs to be a disgraceful public spectacle .

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    1. He is getting the needle for sure you just wait, it is texas after all, just give it time

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    2. 1:24 it is tejas, government forces are never wrong there.

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  5. U.S. isn't mexico they catch you there and its game over. Don't let the cushy seats and color tvs fool you. You lose your sanity sitting in American prisons, and if its solitary confinement you wind up wanting to take your own life. Better a death in mexico than a prison in the United States. The American's have spent years learning CIA tactics, they will break even the most ruthless gansters. Look at el chapo. The warden of the maximum security prison in New York looked at el chapo straight in the face and said "good luck trying to escape my prison" After several weeks el chapo started going insane.

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    1. @8:03
      Str8 up.. being put in seg for a week could make you go crazy. U dont think so? Remove everything in your washroom and on you (including watch/phone etc) lock yourself in your washroom for 12 hours and let us know how u feel. People are in there for months and months. Or 23 hr lockdowb which is prettu much the same like chapo. No communication eith the outside world. That will make anyone suicidal

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    2. from my personal experience I truly believe N MIND OVER MATTER ive done 11 month's the most N a few 6 month stints N a programming lockdown pod I also have witnessed people's breakN down N there I never understood that N still don't get why people's allow themselves to break like that

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  6. Wow , what a mess. You wonder if he ever did that to any illegal aliens.

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    1. What a nonsensical comment. Who cares about the immigration status of the victims? They were people.

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    2. Sorry, 813. I know the point you were trying to make. He not only killed people in the US, but people trying to cross and people in MX also. Probably why that puta joined the border patrol in the first place. 935

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  7. Not a suspect he’s already been arrested catch up...do more than Google news channels and bookmarks of news websites you’ve saved searching for cartel and mexico related news LOL

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    1. Hey Willis...one is a suspect when arrested or detained but not charged, as of this post being published, he was not charged. as for google and news channels etc I have no idea what you are talking about or care to.

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    2. 9:49 I see you competing for the "Queen of the Nile" crown, but the contest has been won by somebody else already, you guys should compete in Egypt, chingadamadre!

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    3. Since you have so many great ideas about how things should be done, why don't you jump in and help out?

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    4. One is accused until convicted beyond a reasonable doubt by either a trial or a voluntary plea.

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    5. @9:55 we'll pass, and will never be that desperate..

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    6. 949 Willis smarty pants...we all know he is an arrested suspect. And what do you call a suspect, that has been arrested?

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  8. Give him to me. Please.

    El Martillo

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    1. Yep. That dirty pendejo has been probably doing this for years. I will say those stripes look great on him. I hope he gets bent over good where he's staying.

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  9. No way these were the first.... I also wonder if he killed undocumented migrants while "on patrol"

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    1. He probably did. Most bodies found out in the desert are tagged "died of heat related causes" with no investigation and most never identified.

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    2. Someone else above asked this and I was snotty to them about the question. Sorry. Because I see what your point is, Chivis. Yes, that's probably why this puta joined Border Patrol in the first place. Pendejo.

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  10. No secret Border Patrol is corrupt. My plan isn’t to eliminate the human error part and replace their jobs with cameras and sensors.

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    1. Smart then who will monitor the cámaras and sensors? More machines.?

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  11. How does one wonder when your 95% sure the motherf@cker did it

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  12. Serial killers start slow.
    There's a long gap between the first and second victim.
    As the victim list grows the cooling-off period becomes shorter and they become more careless.
    This is strange as there is so many in a short period of time.
    If he has being this for his 10 years as a gvt agent, there could be hundreds and this was a hyper-frenzied last week, or perhaps, he just went crazy and there is no other victims.
    Seems if he has been doing this for years he got super careless.
    So, I doubt he was a methodical long-time serial killer like a Ted Bundy. I think he just went on a killing spree. Reason? Crazy angry at women.
    There is a difference between a spree killer and a serial killer.
    He might be classified as hybrid spree-serial killer.

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    1. There are prob many many more victims, but they can only place these 4 on him.

      Also: I am not sure any higher-up in a law enforcement agency would do his career a favor by digging much deeper given our current political climate.

      Imagine being responsible for the portraying of illegal aliens as victims of US border patrol!

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    2. @4:31am...thx, interesting analysis "hybrid spree-serial killer'

      Canadian girl

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    3. I think the correct term is mass murderer...not serial killer...I know serial killer is more sensational.

      A serial killer is typically a person who murders three or more people,[1] usually in service of abnormal psychological gratification, with the murders taking place over more than a month and including a significant period of time between them.

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    4. Mophaka took a while to get caught, i'd bet he has more shit to answer for, and he will flip if the BP Union doesn't get him the benefit of the doubt, they got presidential back as favorite SS officers of the American Gestapo version, they are in fact the front line and have been educated accordingly, nothing but contempt for low lifes and foreigners without BP union card.

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    5. 635 Mr. Mophaka nope he will not be let out like in Mexico, it happened in Texas, life in prison or death penalty

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  13. His narrow beady eyes, with a small thin lipped mouth reminds me of Z40, Miguel Trevino.

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  14. Give him to the cartels, no waste of our taxes

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  15. Ignorant people will say that those bad mujeres made him do it...haha..

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  16. Just throw his ass over the border....I'm sure many ppl he's beaten and deported would be happy to post him on YouTube

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  17. The first thing that came to mind is he probably got aids from one of them and was seeking revenge.

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  18. The fact that the victims were prostitutes has no bearing whatsoever on the degree of guilt and evil of this man. The fact that he was a Migra puts him under a microscope. Predators are a special breed of filth. This man needs to be made an example of and that example puts his lifespan in jeopardy. Mexico is watching this case.

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  19. And whats mexico going to do about. Take a seat please. BTW mexico doesn't care.

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