Randall Huff, U.S. Marshal, District of Wyoming

In March 2020, an arrest warrant was issued by the Circuit Court of Outagamie County, Wisconsin for Osman Isael Izaguirre-Zepeda, charging Izaguirre-Zepeda with First Degree Child Sex Assault, Contact with Child Under Age 16, and Use/Threat of Force/Violence; Attempt.

The fugitive investigation was adopted by the U.S. Marshals Service led Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force (GLRFTF), Wisconsin Division. 

In December 2023, investigators with the GLRFTF developed information that Izaguirre-Zepeda was living in the Gering, NE area. The GLRFTF requested the assistance of the Wyoming Fugitive Task Force (WFTF) in locating and arresting Izaguirre-Zepeda.  Investigators with the WFTF and detectives from the Scottsbluff Police Department conducted surveillance on the location suspected to be used by Izaguirre-Zepeda.  

On February 13, 2024, while conducting surveillance in Gering, investigators with the WFTF observed a male fitting the description of Izaguirre-Zepeda exit the residence.  Investigators stopped and identified the male as Izaguirre-Zepeda who was arrested without incident.  

Investigators from the Nebraska WING Task Force assisted with the operation. Izaguirre-Zepeda used multiple aliases and fraudulent identifications while evading capture by law enforcement. Izaguirre-Zepeda was transported to the Scottsbluff County Jail pending an extradition hearing to Wisconsin. 

The WFTF is compromised of the U.S. Marshals Service, Cheyenne Police Department, Laramie County Sheriff’s Office, Department of Criminal Investigation, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The WFTF partners with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies combining efforts to locate and arrest violent fugitives.