NM Attorney General’s Office Arrests Alleged Human Trafficker; Seeks Information From Public

Jeremy Bowerman

NMAG News:

CLOVIS – On Sept. 23, 2015, the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General Internet Crimes Against Children Unit, Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force in conjunction with the Curry County Sheriff’s Office, the Clovis Police Department and Homeland Security Investigations, worked hand in hand to investigate and arrest Jeremy Bowerman, 36, for attempted Human Trafficking and other felony charges.

Bowerman was arrested for attempted Human Trafficking when he met with a supposed mother of a 10-year-old female. Bowerman is alleged to have agreed to pay $300 to engage in various sexual acts with the child.

Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force investigators around New Mexico have been trained and are poised to investigate persons with a prudent interest in sex with children.

Direct any information, which would assist in the investigation of Bowerman, to the lead investigator, Special Agent Lois Kinch at 222-9000.


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