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Clive 'Rambo' Dixon. (USICE Image)
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Jan. 18, 2013: A Jamaican immigrant who goes by the nickname, ‘Rambo,’ has made the U.S. Customs & Enforcement’s ‘Most Wanted’ list, NAN has found.

Rambo, whose real name is Clive Dixon, is being sought for unlawful re-entry after deportation. USICE officials say Dixon was convicted of criminal possession of a loaded firearm in the third degree in Brooklyn, NY in October 1991. On April 5, 1993, USICE agents deported him to Jamaica. But at some point, he re-entered the United States.

He was last seen on July 27, 2010, Dixon fled from ICE officers attempted to arrest him. Dixon is put at 5’8” and weighs about 200 pounds. His last location was Greensboro, North Carolina. Anyone with information is urged to call 1-866-DHS-2-ICE.

Dixon is the lone Caribbean national making the list of 12.

However, there are seven from Latin America, including Juan Fernado Alvarez-Meyendorff, aka “Mechas,” from Colombia, who is identified as a member of the Don Lucho drug trafficking organization; Mario Antunez-Sotelo, Jose Francisco Maciel-Jaramillo and Guillermo Madrigal-Ballesteros, from Mexico who are all wanted in connection with a San Diego, California, human trafficking and alien smuggling as well as Andres Camacho-Avalos, also of Mexico, who is being sought for lewd and lascivious acts on a child under 14 and David Garzon-Anguiano, of Mexico, who is wanted for smuggling and possession with intent to distribute cocaine. The list rounds out with Wilfredo Cruz-Calix of Honduras, who is wanted for allegedly sexually assaulting a child.

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