Marine Jailed In Mexico
The mother of a South Florida marine being held in a Mexican prison plans to ask for help in getting him released during a hearing in Washington D.C. on Wednesday.
A marine from Weston who was jailed in Mexico for illegally entering the country with firearms will have his second hearing before a judge on Monday.
A South Florida marine who was jailed in Mexico after he said he accidentally crossed the border with firearms will get a chance to tell his side of the story.
Governor Rick Scott has sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry requesting help from the Department of State to release a marine, from Weston, jailed in Mexico for almost three months.
Locals rallied in Miami on Saturday for the release of a marine who was arrested in Mexico after he said he accidentally crossed the border with guns in his truck.
A hearing is set for a jailed marine from Weston who was arrested in Mexico after he says he mistakenly crossed the border in late March with several guns in his truck.
Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi continues to languish in a Mexican jail. He recently told his story to a San Diego newspaper reporter. Tahmooressi, from Weston, described his first encounter after he mistakenly crossed the border in late March with several guns in his truck.
The mother of a South Florida marine jailed in Mexico after he accidentally crossed the border with several firearms protested his imprisonment and treatment Monday in Miami.