UPDATE: U.S. Marshals say Homeland Security officers arrested Antonio Alburquerque at an Atlanta airport just after 6:00 p.m. Eastern. Marshals say Alburquerque's family members talked him into surrendering, after he was in several countries including Chile, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Panama.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Greene County judge Mark Fitzsimmons has issued a new warrant for a federal prison employee charged with sex crimes against children.
Greene County prosecutors charged 56-year old Antonio D Alburquerque June 15, 2012 with 19 felonies for sex crimes with two boys dating back to 1991.
U.S. Marshals arrested Alburquerque four days later. Judge Fitzsimmons set his bond at $50,000, which he quickly posted.
Alburquerque failed to show up at a bond hearing June 22, 2012 and the new warrant was issued.
Alburquerque worked for the Federal Center for Medical Prisoners in Springfield as a physician assistant since 1992.