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Home Seeking Victim Information in the Hugo Iram Cardona Jr. Investigation

Seeking Victim Information in the Hugo Iram Cardona Jr. Investigation

Seeking Victim Information in the Hugo Iram Cardona Jr. Investigation

The FBI’s El Paso Division is seeking to identify potential victims of Hugo Iram Cardona Jr., who recently plead guilty with cyberstalking in the U.S District Court in the Western District of Texas. The FBI believes he primarily targeted young women between the timeframe of August 15, 2020 through June 1, 2023.

The FBI and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) revealed at least 15 victims located in El Paso, Colorado, and Arizona. The investigation determined the victims were initially contacted by Cardona from Instagram accounts “idkprii85,” “designoiram,” “juniorrriram,” “urfavpapi,” “urdvddyjunie” and “juniorrhernandez” as well as Snapchat accounts “juniepri,” “asap_juniorrr” and “juniorrriram.” Victims were also contacted from multiple TextNow numbers. The Instagram accounts, Snapchat accounts and TextNow numbers were all determined to be registered to Cardona.

If you and/or your minor dependent(s) were victimized by Cardona Jr. or any of the above-listed usernames or while using Snapchat, Instagram, or TextNow between 2020 and 2023, or have information relevant to this investigation, please fill out this short form.

You may also contact FBI El Paso at or by calling 1-915-832-5000 and leaving a message for the case agent. If you’re aware of anyone else who has had contact with Cardona Jr., please encourage them to fill out the questionnaire.

The FBI is legally mandated to identify victims of federal crimes it investigates. Victims may be eligible for certain services, restitution, and rights under federal and/or state law. Your responses are voluntary but may be useful in the federal investigation and to identify you as a potential victim. Based on the responses provided, you may be contacted by the FBI and asked to provide additional information. All identities of victims will be kept confidential.

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1. I am filing this form out on behalf of:

2. If filling out this form for a minor dependent, please provide the minor dependent’s first name, last name, and date of birth.

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3. Did you or a minor dependent(s) have contact with CARDONA?

7. Did you or your minor dependent have contact with CARDONA via social media? If so, please select all that apply:

8. Did you or your minor dependent have contact with CARDONA via text? If so, please list the phone number used by your or your minor dependent, as well as the phone number used by CARDONA.

9. Did you or your minor dependent(s), and CARDONA exchange photos, videos, or voice messages?

If yes, do you or your minor dependent(s) still have them?

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The FBI is authorized to collect the information on this form by one or more of the following provisions: Title 28, United States Code, sections 533 and 534; Title 28, Code of Federal Regulations, section 0.85; and the Attorney General Guidelines for Victim and Witness Assistance. The information requested will assist the FBI in providing you with assistance to which crime victims are entitled under federal law. You do not have to provide the requested information; however, failure to do so may hinder the FBI in providing you with crime victim assistance. The information collected on this form is protected by the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, Title 5, United States Code section 552a, and is maintained in the FBI’s Central Records System, DOJ/FBI-002, a description of which was published in the Federal Register at 63 Fed. Reg. 8671 (Feb. 20, 1998) and which may be viewed at