The FBI is seeking to identify individuals involved in the violent activities that occurred at the U.S. Capitol and surrounding areas on January 6, 2021. View photos and related information here. If you have any information to provide, visit tips.fbi.gov or call 1-800-CALL-FBI.
The FBI is seeking the public’s help in identifying potential additional victims of Jeremiah Harris, who was arrested on September 17, 2020 for allegedly enticing an underage boy to produce and transmit sexually explicit videos and photos of himself.
FBI El Paso at its Midland and Alpine RAs have seen a recent increase in phone calls that spoof the Bureau’s phone number as part of a Social Security scam. The callers will often “spoof,” or fake, the local FBI’s phone number, so the call appears to be coming from the FBI on the recipient’s caller ID.
Anyone who feels they were the victim of this or any other online scam should report the incident immediately at ic3.gov.
Thinking about donating to a political action committee to support an issue or candidate? Do your research first—the FBI is seeing an increase in reports of potentially fraudulent PACs.
If you were injured in or witnessed the August 3, 2019 shooting at the Walmart in El Paso, you may be eligible for certain services and rights, such as special funding to provide emergency assistance, crime victim compensation, and counseling.
You can report suspicious activities and crime by contacting your local FBI office 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can also submit a tip electronically at tips.fbi.gov.
El Paso Federal Justice Center
660 South Mesa Hills Drive
El Paso, TX 79912
Special Agent in Charge
Assistant Special Agents in Charge
- Britton C. Boyd
- Edgar Cruz
- Daniel J. Ramos
Along with our main office in El Paso, we have two satellite offices, known as a resident agencies, in the area.
- Counties covered: Brewster, Jeff Davis, Pecos, Reeves, and Presidio
- Counties covered: Andrews, Crane, Ector, Loving, Martin, Midland, Upton, Ward, and Winkler