Two fugitives wanted for murder were apprehended Monday at the San Ysidro Port of Entry when officials escorted both men to the pedestrian border crossing.
Around 2:15 p.m., Mexican officials escorted 38-year-old John Carrillo to PedWest. An officer ran Carrillo’s through a law enforcement database and discovered a possible match for an active outstanding felony warrant for his arrest, according to CBP.
The Municipal Court of Los Angeles issued the warrant for murder with a bail set at $1 million. Carrillo was transferred to the custody of Los Angeles Police Detectives.
Later Monday, 36-year-old Ding Yue arrived at PedWest but officers referred him to further inspection, according to CBP.
A scan Yue’s fingerprint through a law enforcement database uncovered a murder warrant issued by the San Jose Police Department with no set bail.
Yue was turned over to the U.S. Marshals Service and booked into San Diego County Jail.