Jose Neri Jalomos, the border patrol agent arrested for molesting a 14-year-old relative, drew suspicion to himself by the text messages that he was sending to the girl. Both the girl’s mother and his own wife questioned the text message.
KRIS TV: 6 Investigates: Border Patrol Agent Charged (Nov 1 2012)
According to the documents, Jose Jalomos, 49, was arrested after he was accused of inappropriately touching a 14-year-old girl at a family ranch in Duval County. The affidavit said the girl’s mother became suspicious after Jalomos started sending the girl text messages “…inquiring of her whereabouts and what she was doing, almost boyfriend like.” … The girl’s mother, the affidavit said, confronted the girl, asking her what was going on between her and Jalomos. That’s when the girl “…told her she had been touched on her private parts.”
Tickle the Wire: Texas Border Patrol Agent Accused of Molesting Teenage Relative Drew Suspicions from Text Messages (Nov 2 2012)
His wife also accused him of having an affair and seeing the text messages exchanged between her husband and the victim, according to the affidavit.
Previously blogged here:
- Border Patrol Agent Jose Neri Jalomos Arrested for Indecent Behavior with 14-Year-Old Girl (Sept 21 2012)
- Update Regarding Border Patrol Agent Jose Jalomos, Arrested for Three Counts of Indeceny with a Child (Sept 26 2012)