Fugitive Wanted by U.S. Marshals is Suspected of Working as an Over-The-Road Trucker

San Antonio, TX – A fugitive wanted by U.S. Marshals since 2010 is suspected of being an over-the-road trucker.

According to U.S. law enforcement, Carlos Manresa-Reyes, 56, of Coahuila, Mexico, was arrested in June of 2009 on charges involving the intent to defraud through the use of counterfeit credit cards.


At the time of his arrest, investigators said he was employed as cross-country truck driver.

Manresa-Reyes was later released on bond but then failed to appear at his sentencing hearing in February of 2010.

He has been on the run ever since.

In addition to his 2009 arrest, Manresa-Reyes was charged in 2002 for conspiracy with intent to distribute 500 grams of cocaine.

U.S. Marshals are again asking truckers to keep a look out for Manresa-Reyes, as he is believed to possibly still be employed as a truck driver.


He is described as six feet tall and approximately 200 pounds with brown eyes and brown hair.

Additionally, he is believed to have significant ties in both the San Antonio and Houston communities.

If you have more information on this fugitive, you are asked to call the Lonestar Fugitive Task Force at 210-657-8500.



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