Texas ALC Arrests ‘long-sought’ Human Trafficker


A man wanted on human trafficking charges was arrested in Houston by Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission special agents.

Hugo Texis was sought and identified as the subject of a Mexican federal police “Red Notice” for a long period of time. He is currently detained by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.




“He was apprehended as part of a lengthy investigation by SIU agents in the Houston area,” according to TABC. “Interpol issues Red Notices to fugitives sought for prosecution or to serve a sentence.”

Texis, a non-citizen of the United States, was previously deported in 2013.


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“The Texas Legislature designated human trafficking as a top priority for TABC in 2019,” according to the release. “One way Texans can assist in the fight is by identifying and reporting signs of potential human trafficking at a location.”

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