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Jarrett Doss

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Federal Bureau of Investigation

HQ Phone:  (202) 324-3000

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Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20535

United States

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At a detention hearing, FBI agent Jarrett Doss said the investigation into Heredia's activities began in 2009, when Drug Enforcement Administration agents listening to phone calls made by members of the Zetas drug cartel overheard the commissioner on their wiretaps.
Doss, the FBI agent, testified that Heredia had a similar system going with the TxDOT grants. An investigation by TxDOT found the money spent on outside contractors in Pueblo Nuevo had been overbid, Doss testified in the October detention hearing.


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FBI agent Jarrett Doss testified that Drug Enforcement Administration agents investigating the Zetas in Eagle Pass and Piedras Negras, Mexico, twin border cities downstream from Del Rio, began tapping Heredia's phone calls in 2009.
"Mr. Heredia said, 'I'm selling my truck to '40,'' presumably the Zetas leader," Doss said. The U.S. Treasury Department forbids conducting business with the Zetas as an organization and Treviño Morales as an individual, Doss said. But Doss went on to outline allegations that went far beyond the charges against Heredia. And, with the courtroom full of Heredia's family and supporters, Doss alleged that the commissioner had committed sex crimes as well. "There are various accounts of Mr. Heredia traveling to Mexico for sexual purposes, to have sex with underage people," Doss said. The agent testified that in wiretaps, agents heard Heredia make other references to the Zetas, and that his associates dealt with the organization as well. On one occasion, Doss testified, one of Heredia's co-defendants was overheard speaking on the phone with a trafficker who boasted he had made someone "disappear into the mines."


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In an October detention hearing, Agent Jarrett Doss testified that Heredia sold a truck to a longtime Piedras Negras trafficker now aligned with the Zetas named Carlos Martinez, who goes by the nickname "Patillas," Spanish for "sideburns.
Doss testified that the investigation led agents to a bribery for kickbacks scheme involving a multimillion-dollar grant from the Texas Department of Transportation to pave dirt roads in the county's poor colonias.


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