Sunday, January 26, 2020

Missing mother and sons safely "recovered"

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  TY GUS  KGNS



On Friday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation San Antonio Division, Laredo Resident Agency Office, was seeking information from the public about a missing mother and her two children.

Esmeralda Vielma Cisneros, 39, Alexander Vielma, 15, and Naum Zaid Ramos, 11, were last seen on January 19, 2020, driving a dark grey SUV (2019 Renault Duster) near the Lincoln/Juarez International Bridge in Nuevo Laredo

It was believed they had been going to visit a family member for the three-day weekend.

In a statement sent by special agent Michelle Lee, Public Affairs Officer, San Antonio FBI they say the following:

"We have some great news to share, the mom and her two boys were safely recovered. Additional details are not available at this time while the investigation continues. Assistance from media and public played an important role in their safe recovery and we are grateful for your help."

26 comments:

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    1. Is this comment part of the story smh

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    2. Nope....sometimes something is big enough to bend the rules.

      KOBE DEP GIANNA DEP and the others who tragically died today

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    3. Glad the family in this story was found though
      So rare that we get good news. Hopefully nothing traumatic happened

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  2. FBI GOT INVOLVED THEY HAD TO LET THEM GO,HAPPY THERE SAFE!

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  3. We must celebrate this Happy Ending, as there are so few. And yes today is a sad day....RIP Kobe, and all the others who lost their lives to be n this tragedy.

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  4. Why get up in an helicopter?
    With his millions Kobe could have sent Michael Jordan in his place,
    And the airman loves to dunk over everybody else.

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  5. Goody!A good news story out of Mexico.

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  6. In that case RIP Gerardo Castorena and Frank Flores.. the two victims who perished last Friday in a Houston explosion where over 200 homes were made uninhabitable under seconds. Said victims and the affected families do not posses multi-million dollar accounts that Mr.Kobe’s family inherited. Just food for thought Chivis.

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    1. Sad the little guys is not important when some rich spoiled athletes die.

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    2. That wasn't food at all

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    3. Breaking news: a superstar died, and oh, a handful of other plebes.

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    4. People who die are only important to the ones who knew them or were connected in some way. Sometimes it could be a motivational speaker that said something that helped you out in any case life is too short to be wasted on trivial shit

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  7. 15yr old looks like your typical CDN youngster sicario

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  8. January 26 Playa Del Carmen - https://www.facebook.com/losinformantesx/posts/784655419022937

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  9. People in Mexico have given up, and except to violence until happen to their family. Amlo is a smart guy he will be President for at least 12 years

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  10. I don't believed they were kidnapping or harmed

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    1. I do believed they were kidnapping and harmed said the blind old man.

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  11. When the criminal cartel found out the FBI got involved, they were quick to release them. It's bad that Mexico's own government can't protect it's pheasants or tourist.

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    1. That’s bullshit, they care a rat ass and I am not talking about the cartels!

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    2. No u r wrong they never kidnapping

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  12. Kobe was an entertainer, thats it. All those deaths are equally sad .

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  13. 200 homes exploded? RIP Mamba damm

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  14. If it was not for the FBI, they could have been killed and used for putting narco manta s on them.

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