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Bicycle headlamp violation leads to arrest of wanted fugitive

Sergio Estrada (Source: Odessa Police Department) Sergio Estrada (Source: Odessa Police Department)
ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

A wanted man is behind bars after being caught riding a bicycle without a headlamp.

Sergio Estrada, 34, was arrested on charges of fail to comply with registration requirements (warrant) and for two outstanding misdemeanor warrants.

Odessa police said officers saw a blue bicycle traveling in the 1800 block of E. 42nd St. without the headlamp.

Further investigation revealed that Estrada had three outstanding warrants and that he was a registered sex offender.

Police said Estrada had been terminated from his employment back in April and failed to report the change in employment within seven days.

Estrada was later taken to the Ector County Law Enforcement Center.

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