1 MARCH 2011 Los Fugitivos TM Bi l i n g u a l Fugitives Apprehended 1,083 Editorials and Reports It s Not What Happens In Life That Counts - It s How You Respond To It page 5 New San Jose Police Department Chief Chris Moore When Teens Talk Back page 6 Las Autoridades De México Hacen Bien Su Trabajo? page 7 In Memoriam page 8 Bar Code Technology Comes To Fugitive Watch page 10 Rush-Hour Killers Caught page 17 Fugitive Watch Showtimes page 22 Fugitive Watch : Comcast On Demand page 23 page 13
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Table of Contents Word Search 2 It s Not What Happens In Life That Counts - It s How You Respond To It 5 When Teens Talk Back 6 Las Autoridades De México Hacen Bien Su Trabajo? 7 In Memoriam 8 Bar Code Technology Comes To Fugitive Watch 10 Congratulations to San Jose Police Chief Chris Moore 13 Sponsor s TV Commercials Can Now be Viewed on Your Smartphones 14 Two Outstanding San Jose Police Officers Catch Rush-Hour Killers 17 Fugitive Watch Factoids 19 Bustin Up 21 Fugitive Watch Showtimes 22 Fugitive Watch : Comcast On Demand 23 This publication brought to you by: Managing Editors Scott Castruita Steve Ferdin Production Director Marilouise Salsiccia TV Producer & Director Marc Hinch Oscar Lugo Staff Reporter Josh Ino Sales Steve Ferdin Russ Keven For advertising rates and information, please write or call: Fugitive Watch Productions, Inc. (408) PMB # E East Tenth St. Gilroy, CA Phone: (408) Website:
4 Fugitive Watch News march Diego Cuellar martin Cuenca burglary / robo de casa Assault / asalto The El Paso County Sheriff s Office, Texas is currently seeking Diego Cuellar. He is an alleged Sureño gang member wanted for a violent 2010 assault in Westway, Texas. According to deputies, on May 27, 2010, at approximately 8:00 pm, Deputies were called to the area of the 8300 block of Tom Mays in reference to a stabbing that just occurred. According to the 19 year-old male victim, he was stabbed with a large butcher knife repeatedly by 3 to 4 cholo-type males following an earlier verbal altercation with the group. The victim sustained serious stab wounds to his upper back & right side of his head (one near the temple region of his skull). The victim was rushed to a local hospital where he underwent surgery. Detectives think Cuellar remained in the Borderland hiding with relatives and friends. He has several relatives in Westway, Canutillo, & El Paso, Texas. In 2004, he was sentenced to Texas Department of Corrections for another crime. Recent information recently received indicates Cuellar has resurfaced & has been spotted frequenting the Upper Valley area as he continues eluding capture.please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip, if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a fugitive.com, si usted sabe su paradero. The Napa County Sheriff s Office today identified a suspect in a residential burglary in Calistoga on Thursday as 40-year-old Martin Cuenca. Sheriff s Capt. Tracey Stuart said Cuenca is a transient who frequents Santa Rosa and Windsor. Cuenca is suspected of burglarizing a home in the 3000 block of Myrtledale Road. Three women in their 70s who were house sitting returned to the home around 8 p.m. after having dinner and found a man rooting through the home, sheriff s Sgt. Doug Pace said. When confronted, the man told the women that he had a gun. Pace said that the suspect never displayed the weapon to the women, and instead concealed his hand in his sweatshirt pocket. The suspect then held the women against their will and threatened to steal a car, Pace said. One of the women escaped from the home, and the other two victims were able to safely barricade themselves inside a room. All three women contacted the sheriff s office, Pace said, with the initial call received at 8:15 p.m. The women were not physically injured, the sheriff s office said. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip, if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a si usted sabe su paradero. Copyright 2011 by Bay City News, Inc. Republication, Rebroadcast or any other Reuse without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited. FUGITIVE WATCH CAUGHT a l l p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication a r e presumed to be i n n o c e n t u n l e s s p r o v e n g u i l t y in a c o u r t o f l aw. d o n o t attempt u n d e r a n y c i r c u m s ta n c e to a p p r e h e n d a n y p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication. a l l p e r s o n s m ay be considered a r m e d a n d d a n g e r o u s by l aw enforcement. p l e a s e c a l l t h e fugitive h o t l i n e n u m b e r (se habla español) or for an immediatesighting.
5 a l l p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication a r e presumed to be i n n o c e n t u n l e s s p r o v e n g u i lt y in a c o u rt o f l aw. d o n o t attempt u n d e r a n y c i r c u m s ta n c e to apprehend a n y p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication. a l l p e r s o n s m ay be considered a r m e d a n d d a n g e ro u s by l aw e n f o r c e m e n t. please call the fugitive hotlinenumber (se habla español) or for an immediatesighting. HOTLINE: CAUGHT mar paul capetillo attempted murder / asalto bulmaro aguiniga attempted murder /asalto Oscar Gonzalez - VICTIM San Jose police have identified two suspects wanted in connection with the New Year s Day shooting of 15-year-old Oscar Gonzalez. The suspects are believed to be Paul Capetillo, 18, and Bulmaro Aguiniga, 21. Both are known gang members with ties to the Central Valley, Southern California and Mexico and should be considered dangerous and possibly armed, police said. Gonzalez, a freshman at Abraham Lincoln High School, was shot in front of his cousin s home in the 400 block of Auzerais Avenue at about 1:05 a.m. on Jan. 1. Detectives say Capetillo and Aguiniga have fled from San Jose to avoid being arrested. Felony warrants have been filed for their arrests and detectives are reminding anyone who may be associated with the suspects that aided or abetted them in their attempt to avoid capture is against the law. Capetillo is about 5 2 tall and 120 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He has WS tattooed on his left arm. Aguiniga is about 5 9 tall and 180 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo on his chest reading WSM. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip, if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a si usted sabe su paradero. Copyright 2011 by Bay City News, Inc. -- Republication, Rebroadcast or any other Reuse without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited. FUGITIVE WATCH CAUGHT It s Not What Happens in Life That Counts - It s How You Respond to It! Have you ever noticed how life throws surprises at people? One person may see the surprise as a gift and embrace the chance to move through it. Another person may have the same experience and see it as a royal pain in the rear something almost that life is punishing them with. We have a choice. We can decide to live with a prosperity consciousness knowing that our life is joyful, rich, wonderful, prosperous and loving. Or, we can decide to play the victim with a poverty consciousness that is full of lack, limitation, and a life that is never enough. When I went to my son s graduation in Oregon, I had a chance to experience the extremes. Whenever I need to go to the airport, I use the same driver. Well, this particular time, my driver wasn t available and I had to use a different one. I spent 40 minutes on the way to LAX with a man who did nothing but complain and find fault with everything and everyone. He complained about the business their company had lost as a result of SARS and the war. Then he complained about having to work so hard since business has picked up. It was clear that nothing made this man happy he almost reeked a miserable perfume. The weather was clear, bright, and sunny, but he was missing the entire scenery and the beauty of the moment because he was consumed with his own limited vision, a poverty consciousness frame of mind. When I arrived in Portland, I was blessed with a shuttle driver who had an amazing perspective. He had been born in Nigeria and was sent to a refugee camp in Kenya. He described the conditions but didn t dwell on them. What he really spoke about with such passion was the gift he received in being sponsored to come to the United States, the chance to live with his wife and three children, and the transitions in his eleven years since he d been here. He worked for five years in a copy shop, drove a cab for six years, and then switched to driving a shuttle because his quality of life improved. It s like a rebirth he said to me. Everyone is so nice, so calm, so peaceful, so courteous, so considerate, so giving, and so loving. This man was a joy to be around and I could see that his life was prospering. A 25 minute ride became a 2 and 1/2 hour trip as we rode through an incredible storm of ice and hail, accidents and closed roads, but this man never once became upset or complained. He is clearly living with an abundance and prosperity consciousness. Each man is living the life he is creating with his thoughts. And, like these men, we can choose to live a life that is a dream or a nightmare. It s all in our perspective and what we choose to focus on. We have opportunities to grow in life. That s a given. Our attitude about what happens in life and the way we respond is what really counts! If you find yourself stuck with a limiting belief or negative self-talk, choose to reframe your view and see things from a different perspective. Develop a prosperity consciousness. Take off the blinders that you ve been wearing and make a decision to see life from a wider vista. Let go of the I can ts and grab on to the I cans in life. Let go of the fear and grab on to the faith that each moment leads you to a wondrous experience. Make a conscious decision to see the gifts, the joy, the opportunities to become even more in your life more of what you came here to be. Make a decision to live each day with a prosperity consciousness so you can receive all that is rich, wonderful, prosperous and joyful. Stand up and declare that you choose a life that is full of peace, love, courtesy, consideration, generosity, and love. And when you go to Portland, choose the shuttle. About The Author: Debbie Friedman, M.S., C.Ht., is the Manifesting Maven who helps people consciously create the life they love to live. She is the creator of the popular Cleaning Out the Closet of Your Mind for Wealth series. com This article is free for republishing Source: article_21342_24.html
6 Fugitive Watch News march by: Patt Saso Mary started counseling with me because her teen daughter is very disrespectful. Jenny is mouthing off to her mother. Mary is angry and hurt by her teen s behavior toward her. She is fed up with Jenny s sarcasm and rudeness. Mom states that Jenn s criticism and swearing is affecting everyone in the household. She wants it to stop now! To try and curb the disrespect, Mary has withheld Jenny s cell phone, not allowed her to spend time with friends, and put her on restriction. Nothing seems to be working. Every mother or father of a teen can relate to this scenario. It is a very frustrating moment in parenting when nothing seems to be working. Why Isn t It Stopping? Putting a teen on restriction for a sassy mouth is like trying to kill a fly with a small ax. It does little to teach the desirable behavior we want and expect from our kids. What it does do is build resentment. What Is Going On Here? When children do not recognize the power structure in the family, they act out. While it is important to value your kid s ideas, it critical that parents retain the leadership in the family. If no one is driving the car it will veer off the road on the next curve. In working with Mary it was important for her to understand the source of her daughter s anger so that she would not take it personally. This way she could free up her mind to respond in a way that would help her daughter communicate her feelings, rather than act them out. When Teens Talk-Back Understanding the Roots of Back- Talk Kids talk back for a number of reasons. The most common is because children have not been taught how to identify their feelings and express them in healthy ways. Disrespect also often emerges as teens struggle to break away from parents to establish their own identity and independence. This period is typified by an increase of criticism toward parents for almost everything from knowing nothing to being too strict or worrisome. Parents who engage in power struggles also hear lots of back talk. The bigger the kid, the bigger the power struggles. This leads to a no-win for everybody. Consider your parenting style. Permissive parents, who do not take action to establish their authority, will hear back talk. Authoritative parents, who are rigid and inflexible in attempting to take away power from kids, will witness acting out behaviors. It is also to be noted that some teenagers back-talk out of a need to self-protect. When parents make hurtful and denigrating remarks, kids react with disrespect. They mirror the disrespect of the parents. Confronting Back-Talk In the case of smart mouths, parents need to use an assortment of responses. Consequences are more effective when used sparingly. It is important to be consistent in confronting the negative behavior. Ordering your child not to talk back or demanding more respect does not work. Respond calmly because intense responses will produce more of the behavior we are trying to eliminate. A parent s response needs to model what is expected from our kids. If we are not walking the talk then why would our kids? Not any of the following will be effective if you, or your teen, are not calm enough to listen. When Encountering Back-Talk Consider: 1. Focusing on developing emotional intelligence Helping to label feelings, rather than punishing children for having them, increases emotional aptitude. It also serves to teach self-awareness, a skill important in today s workplace. If you attempt to deny their feelings, the negative attitude will continue. All examples in this section develop emotional intelligence. 2. Combating a sassy mouth with feedback Naming the emotion that the teen is feeling, without judgment, will help raise their level of awareness. Giving this kind of input will also circumvent a power struggle. Examples of giving feedback include: You seem irritated that I said no. Your hurtful words let me know that you are angry. I can hear that you are mad. 3. Defusing the anger with empathy Empathic responses help reduce defenses, resistance, tension and hostility. An empathic response lets your teen know that you understand how they are feeling. This doesn t mean you agree with how they are feeling, just that you get it. Examples of an empathic response: It is very frustrating to be limited on your sense of freedom. I can t imagine how hurt you feel by not being invited. How sad that you broke up with John. No wonder you are upset 4. Lightening up Sometimes it is useful to break the tension by being playful. Humor or inoffensive sarcasm can be helpful. Samples of using humor: Okay I m a neurotic mother! I worry too much. I sound like a Marine sergeant, don t I? When kids resort to back-talk they are usually frustrated, feel lost, powerless or stuck. So they act out. They don t know any better in that moment. To curb this negative behavior a parent needs to give gentle guidance to help them communicate effectively. Focusing on developing emotional intelligence, giving feedback to draw out feelings, using empathic responses to diffuse anger, and using humor of soften a situation will help teens regulate their emotional states. And through practice, teenagers will be able to identifying what is going on inside of them and to expresses these emotions appropriately rather than negatively acting them out. Patt Saso assists people back into harmony in their relationships. She is a Marriage & Family therapist in Milpitas, CA. Patt & Steve Saso are authors of 10 Best Gifts for Your Teen and Parenting Your Teen with TLC. For more parenting tools visit their web at and sign up for their free enewsletter, Parenting Teens Just Got Easier. Or call
7 Fugitive Watch News march Las Autoridades De México Hacen Bien Su Trabajo? Venimos por ti, compa!, gritaron los hombres vestidos como soldados mientras con los cuernos de chivo le apuntaban a Leopoldo Valenzuela Escobar, Don Polo. Él se quiso defender, sacó su pistola, pero los tiros de los AK-47 lo abatieron. Murió minutos después de llegar al hospital. Fue la mañana del viernes 4 cuando acababa de abrir su refaccionaria en Nuevo Ideal, Durango. Cuatro meses antes habían secuestrado a su hijo Leopoldo, Leo. Y aunque pagó el rescate no lo liberaron. Pidió ayuda al gobernador y al procurador de Durango y al Ejército. Todos lo ignoraron. Buscó por su cuenta y dio con los secuestradores. Descubrió que están protegidos por funcionarios estatales y el Ejército. Denunció en la Procuraduría General de la República (PGR), en la Secretaría de Marina y en la Presidencia de la República. Nadie lo ayudó. Al parecer su ejecución fue una venganza por denunciar el plagio. Cuatro días antes de su asesinato Don Polo llegó a la redacción de Proceso para hablar de su caso. Con rostro cansado, reflejaba más el peso de los 130 días sin saber de su hijo que sus 80 años de vida. Se sentó y acomodó sus documentos sobre una mesa. Sus manos temblaban. Aceptó un té. Se tranquilizó y empezó el relato: Eran las 7 de la tarde del 23 de septiembre (de 2010). Mi hijo Leo se encontraba en un yonque (deshuesadero) de su propiedad atendiendo a los clientes; de pronto se percata de que frente al negocio se para una camioneta Tahoe, color arena. Bajaron 4 hombres encapuchados y vestidos con uniforme tipo militar. Entraron por él. Lo golpearon con las armas y lo subieron al vehículo, se fueron rumbo al municipio de Santiago Papasquiaro. A 200 metros del negocio de Leo hay un retén con unos 20 soldados. Don Leopoldo corrió hacia ellos: Les pedí que me dijeran por qué se habían llevado a mi hijo, me investigan y después de 15 minutos me dicen: Lo sentimos. No podemos hacer nada. Cómo no?, reclamé, pero ellos me dijeron que tenía que ir a poner la denuncia con la policía antisecuestros. En eso llega mi hija Hilda y les pide a los soldados que por favor nos acompañen para ir a rescatar a su hermano. Cínico, uno de los soldados dijo: Junten el dinero que piden y paguen para que lo liberen. Don Polo regresó a su negocio, a donde llegó la esposa de Leo que hablaba por celular con los secuestradores. Les ordenaron que no dieran parte a la Policía, que reunieran 10 millones de pesos porque, de lo contrario, lo matarían: Tomé el teléfono y le dije al secuestrador que era mucho dinero, que no lo teníamos. Me contestó que entonces me lo iban a colgar hecho pedazos en la puerta. Los plagiarios llamaban casi diario para ver cuánto dinero había reunido la familia: A las 10:45 de la mañana del 26 de septiembre llegó un mensaje de texto al celular de mi nuera. Era de mi hijo: Estoy bien. Están esperando al jefe, no marques a este número. Esto no me gusta. Las amo: Polo. A las 11:17 llega otro: No le digas nada a Eloy porque hay pedo con él, me entiendes. El número del que venía el mensaje es el Denuncias infructuosas De nuevo sus manos temblaban. Don Polo siguió: Al día siguiente (27 de septiembre) los plagiarios llaman y preguntan cuánto dinero juntamos; les dije que 466 mil pesos. Me indican que se los entregue. Más tarde vuelven a comunicarse, dicen que es muy poco, que junte 3 millones. El día 30 piden que cuando menos se completen los 500 mil pesos. También se entregan. A las 6:14 de la tarde de ese mismo día recibieron otro mensaje de texto: Me tienen en Las Palmas, entrando a la derecha, amero arriba se ve la carretera, en una bodega con techo de lámina. Hay muchos halcones, dile a los soldados (...) échenle ganas con la lana, de todos modos que sea lo que Dios quiera. Que vengan temprano, como a las 5 (de la mañana); ten las visas a la mano. No vayan a venir ustedes por si algo sale mal, ojalá que me entiendas, dile a papá. Minutos después el propio secuestrado pudo usar el teléfono para pedirle a Don Polo que le diera 10 mil pesos al dueño del celular, aunque no precisó quién era. Don Polo continuó su relato: Inmediatamente me comunico con Ernesto Velázquez, presidente municipal de Nuevo Ideal, le leo el mensaje y me dice que lo alcance en Durango para poner la denuncia en la fiscalía (Procuraduría) del estado. Mi hija Hilda se va acompañada de Juan Orozco, síndico municipal. Eran como las 12 de la noche, a los tres los recibe el fiscal Ramiro Ortiz Aguirre; mi hija le explica lo sucedido desde el plagio y le pide que le ayude para ir a rescatar a su hermano. El procurador le dice que no va a arriesgar a sus policías sin antes hacer una investigación. El alcalde y el síndico tratan de convencerlo pero Ramiro Ortiz los corre: Qué no entienden?, les gritó mientras se retiraba. Desde el secuestro, a Don Polo lo primero que le pasó por la mente fue la seguridad de su esposa, sus cuatro hijas, la esposa de Leo y de su pequeña nieta de dos años: En lugar de las 9, cerramos a las 7 el negocio. Teníamos miedo porque veíamos que nos estaban vigilando. Día y noche pasaban camionetas por la refaccionaria y por la casa. Se paraban enfrente y hacían ruido. Los sentíamos sobre nosotros. El 2 de octubre una de las hermanas de Don Polo acudió a la X Zona Militar a presentar la denuncia, pero le advirtieron que debía ser el padre de la víctima el que la levantara y le dieron un número para hacerla telefónicamente. Él habló inmediatamente. Al día siguiente habló además al 71 Batallón de Infantería, en Santiago Papasquiaro, donde lo atendió un teniente coronel de apellido Zambrano, quien le dijo: Si en verdad sabes del lugar exacto en que tienen secuestrado a tu hijo, ven al cuartel y si nos acompañas, acabo con esos malvivientes. Don Polo llegó al cuartel en poco más de una hora. En el cuartel tomó mis datos y me dijo que iríamos en la madrugada por Leo; sin embargo al mostrarle el mensaje de texto se sorprendió: Cómo que de este número te lo mandaron?, dijo e inmediatamente cambió de opinión y que ellos irían a rescatarlo a las 4 de la mañana del día 5. Estuve al pendiente. Salió el sol y nunca llegaron, recordó. Entonces don Polo y sus hijas se armaron de valor: Vestidas como hombre mis hijas saltaban las bardas de la casa para burlar la vigilancia. Así nosotros les montamos guardia a los secuestradores que nos vigilaban. Con el paso de los días descubrimos que unos eran del pueblo, otros no: por una calle identificamos a Flavio Quiñones, que después de un rato de vigilar en una esquina se reunía con Arnoldo Nevárez. A Flavio lo sustituía Rafael Fernández y se le reunían Gustavo Gutiérrez y Jaime García con su esposa... Todas estas personas eran no sólo vecinos y conocidos de Don Polo en Nuevo Ideal, sino integrantes de la banda de secuestradores. El 4 de octubre los secuestradores llamaron para pedir más dinero; la familia entregó 1.6 millones de pesos más. Uno de los delincuentes habló al celular de la nuera de don Polo para avisar que ya continued on page 15
8 Fugitive Watch News march In Memory of Those Who Gave Their Lives in Service to Their Community Correctional Officer Jayme Lee Biendl Washington State Department of Corrections End of Watch: Saturday, January 29, 2011 Detective Amanda Haworth Miami-Dade Police Department End of Watch: Thursday, January 20, 2011 Detective Roger Castillo Miami-Dade Police Department End of Watch: Thursday, January 20, 2011 Correctional Officer Jayme Biendl was strangled by inmate Byron Scherf as she fought him off during an attempted sexual assault. Officer Biendl was alone in the Washington State Monroe Correctional Facility s chapel when inmate Scherf attacked her. Detectives report that they found bite marks and scratches on Scherf s hands and body. Scherf is serving a life sentence after being convicted of three rapes. Scheft was discovered missing during a routine headcount. After an equipment inventory was completed it was discovered that a set of keys and radio were missing. Other officers were dispatched to Officer Biendl s assigned duty post and found her unresponsive. CPR was initiated but she was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics a short time later. Officer Biendl and other officers had been complaining to the state about staffing shortages that was endangering officer s lives. Detectives Amanda Haworth and Roger Castillo were shot and killed while serving a felony warrant on a man wanted for murder. The detectives, along with two other members of a regional task force, had gone to a home to arrest the suspect. Upon making contact with an occupant of the home, someone inside immediately opened fire, striking Detective Castillo and Detective Haworth. Another detective on the scene returned fire and killed the suspect. Detective Castillo succumbed to his wounds at the scene. Detective Haworth was transported to a local hospital where she passed away during surgery.
9 Fugitive Watch News march johnathan walker murder / asesinato San Francisco police named the man they are seeking in the shooting of two men, one fatally, in the Bayview District. Police said Johnathan Walker alias john-john, is believed responsible for the shooting of Robert O Bryant and another man inside a home on Kirkwood Avenue. O Bryant had been fatally wounded and the other victim was hospitalized with lifethreatening injuries. According to police the two men had come to a party at the home but at some point were asked to leave. There was an altercation and the two were shot. Walker, who did not live at the home, was positively identified as the suspect. He is also on parole for robbery, and has an arrest history in Solano County. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip to if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a si usted sabe su paradero. Copyright 2011 by Bay City News, Inc. Republication, Rebroadcast or any other Reuse without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited. FUGITIVE WATCH CAUGHT Richard roever Murder and escape / asesinato e escape Pueblo, Colorado Police are currently seeking Richard Roever on two charges of attempted first degree murder, and escape from the Colorado Department of Corrections. According to detectives, Roever took off when officers tried to stop him and they had to shoot at his vehicle to try and stop it. Unfortunately, Roever got away and led officers on a high speed chase. He was then able to escape on foot. Roever was paroled after being convicted of kidnapping, attempted first degree murder, and aggravated robbery. He has violated his parole several times and keeps getting released from prison. On December 14, 2010 Roever violated parole yet again. A warrant for his arrest was issued, and was about to be served when Sunday evening s events took place. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip, if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a fugitive.com, si usted sabe su paradero a l l p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication a r e presumed to be i n n o c e n t u n l e s s p r o v e n g u i l t y in a c o u r t o f l aw. d o n o t attempt u n d e r a n y c i r c u m s ta n c e to a p p r e h e n d a n y p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication. all persons may be considered armed and dangerous by law enforcement. please call the fugitive hotlinenumber (se habla español) or for an immediatesighting.
10 Fugitive Watch News march Fugitive Watch Podcasts and Newscasts Can Now Be Viewed on Your Personal Mobile Devices Like Droids, iphones or ipods. Watch Surprise Ending in Video of Driver Texting While Driving A Woman is Robbed on a San Francisco Street Caught on Tape. El programa de television y el Podcast de Fugitive Watch pueden ser vistos en aparatos moviles personales tales como Droids, iphones o ipods. Fugitive Watch Podcast featuring a San Jose Police Detective that takes a second look at a cold case murder from 2006, an attack by two men captured on video at a San Diego Light Rail station, a suspect uses a machete to rob a store in Henry County Georgia, Murder suspects wanted in San Jose and San Francisco and Stolen 911 makes a recovery of a stolen steel guitar worth $3000 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Fugitive Watch Podcast featuring Shoplifting suspects at Costco, Armed Hotel Robbery in New Mexico, Vallejo woman preys on ATM users and Shocking video of a Texas custom tire shop robbery. If your looking for the App to read these barcodes with your smart phone look up I-Nigma at your App store or go to on your mobile phone. Fugitive Watch Podcast featuring wanted subject Hector Milla, wanted in connection to a shooting at the Mexicali Club in San Jose, CA, Two women wanted in an assault on a bus in Lincoln, Nebraska, The Monterey County Sheriff s Department is seeking Daniel Garcia for a homicide back in 1995, and check out an enhanced sketch of John Timothy Shinnick, wanted for attempted murder in Hayward also back in Fugitive Watch Podcast featuring Stephanie Johnson wanted by Campbell Police. - The Panty Hose Bandit wanted in Denver, Charles Berlinghoff is being sought by Northern California Police and a shocking takeover robbery is caught on tape in Los Angeles. Fugitive Watch Podcast featuring a violent robbery of a 5 year old boy captured by surveillance cameras, Mexican Drug Cartel members commit murder in Brownsville, Texas, San Jose Police seek info about an attacker on the local light rail system, Omar Sosa is wanted by police in Berkeley, CA for sexual assault and sagging pants foil a bank robbery. Fugitive Watch Podcast featuring a Brutal Purse Snatch in Vallejo, a Shooting in Tracy California and a Cannabis Club robbery caught on tape.
11 Fugitive Watch News march ruben febo burglary / robo The Gilroy Police Department is currently seeking Ruben Febo on a $100,000 arrest warrant charging him with allegedly committing several commercial burglaries at the Kohl s and Target stores in the City of Gilroy. According to Detective Martin Beltran, Ruben Febo would allegedly walk into the store, grab large amounts of clothing and other items, either place them into mesh bags or load them near his escape route and run out the rear fire exit to a waiting vehicle. Febo has been associated to either a blue 4-door Honda Civic or a white/ silver Ford Ranger pickup truck. He also has a No Bail Allowed warrant for parole violation. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip, if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a si usted sabe su paradero Ronald ivan alacron Attempted murder / asalto The Redwood City Police Department is currently seeking Ronald Ivan Alacron on a $100,000 dollar warrant charging him with Attempted Murder. According to Detective Joe O Gorman, on May 20th, 2011, Alarcon got into a verbal altercation with Victim Jose Moreno at a birthday party, which was being held at 123 Poplar Ave in Redwood City. During the party, the Victim Jose Moreno allegedly threw a bottle at Suspect Alacron. Suspect Alacron then allegedly produced a semi-automatic handgun and shot Victim Jose Moreno in the left side of his body. Suspect Alacron then fled the scene and is still outstanding. Suspect Alacron has been positively identified by numerous witnesses and the Victim Jose Moreno. This photo of Ronald Ivan Alacron taken by the California Department of Motor Vehicles on May 16,1994. Alacron was last known to be living in the 1900 block of Euclid Ave. in East Palo Alto, California. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip to if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a si usted sabe su paradero. FUGITIVE WATCH CAUGHT unknown bank robbery / robo de banco The Los Gatos Police Department is asking for the public s help in identifying the suspect in this photograph. According to Detective Kevin Elliott, on February 7, 2011, at about 5 pm this suspect walked into the Wells Fargo Bank in downtown Los Gatos and approached the victim teller. He then opened up his black zip up binder and allegedly displayed a demand note and a gun. This suspect appears to be the same suspect dubbed Black Binder Bandit, who is responsible for numerous robberies in the bay area. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip, if you know the name of this man or have any information that can help solve this crime. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a si usted tiene alguna información que pueda ayudar a resolver este crimen john mark stome grand theft, elder abuse & contracting without a license / robo a gran escala, abuso de anciano The San Francisco Police Department is currently seeking John Mark Stome on a $178, warrant charging him with alleged grand theft, elder financial abuse, and contracting without a license. Stome is also wanted by Pacific Grove Police Department for grand theft from an elderly victim. Inspector Julie Yee reports that Stome is a self-proclaimed Gypsy and uses multiple identities, DOB s and aliases including: David Ross, David Paul Long, David Stevens, Joe Stevens, Joseph Stevens, Joe Steven, Jeff T. Stevens, Tim Adam Stevens, Tim Adom Steven, David Long, David Ford, David Wong, David Fox, and Tom Lee. Most recently, he has used the alias of Nicholas Stevens in Arizona and Drivers License #D , DOB 02/06/70. Stome is often with his father, Harry Stevens AKA: Harry Stone. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip to if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a si usted sabe su paradero. a l l p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication a r e presumed to be i n n o c e n t u n l e s s p r o v e n g u i l t y in a c o u r t o f l aw. d o n o t attempt u n d e r a n y c i r c u m s ta n c e to a p p r e h e n d a n y p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication. all persons may be considered armed and dangerous by law enforcement. please call the fugitive hotlinenumber (se habla español) or for an immediatesighting.
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13 Fugitive Watch News march Steve Ferdin, Scott Castruita And The Entire Staff of Fugitive Watch Congratulate the New San Jose chief of Police Chris Moore > It was like a breath of fresh air when we learned that Acting Chief Chris Moore had been selected as the new Chief of Police. Our city council and manager made the right decision at the right time. We have no doubt that had our city leaders not selected him, Chief Moore would have been recruited by another major city or for a state or federal leadership post. I had the pleasure of meeting Chief Moore shortly after he came on board as a new lateral hire and we worked patrol together in east San Jose. I was a cop for over 30 years and from what I have seen in Chief Moore, I can tell you that he is a man that will do the right thing. He is a brilliant man that the men and women of the San Jose Police Department deserve for a leader and he has earn the honor to lead the best police department in the country. Chief Moore is taking the helm of the police department when morale is at an all time low. The only times I ever seen the department s morale any lower was after one of our officers had been killed. But we recovered from those lows because of leaders like Chief Moore and the commitment and professionalism of the rank and file. He will have his hands full as he pulls the police department from its tail spin and restores the morale that is critical for a highly effective police department. I am certain it will not be easy for him but rest assured he will do the right thing for citizens and officers alike. And thats all that the cops and the citizens of San Jose want and deserve.
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15 Fugitive Watch News march continued from page 7 había recibido el dinero. Ella preguntó a qué hora y en qué lugar dejaría libre a Leo. El hombre le contestó que después de contar el dinero se comunicaría nuevamente. Mientras, la dejó hablar un instante con su esposo. Esa fue la última vez que tuvo noticias de él y del secuestrador. Encubrimiento Sin noticias de Leo, El día 9 de octubre me fui a la Fiscalía; obligados, me pasaron con el agente del Ministerio Público Ezequiel Arreola González. Le entregué toda la información que tenía sobre el secuestro de Leo, incluyendo los nombres de nuestros centinelas. Cuando iba a firmar mi declaración veo que omitió que culpo al fiscal de lo que le pase a mi hijo, a mi familia y a mí. Por qué quiere que lo ponga?, preguntó. Porque sé cómo actúan ustedes, respondí. Cómo? dijo. Pues matan a la persona para acabar con el problema, le contesté. El 11 de octubre don Polo acudió a la Subprocuraduría de Investigación Especializada en Delincuencia Organizada (SIEDO) de la PGR, donde presentó una denuncia que quedó asentada en el expediente APG- APRGR/SIEDO/UEIS/472/2010. Esa denuncia la amplió en octubre, noviembre y diciembre de 2010 y en enero pasado. En noviembre seguía sin noticias de su hijo. Investigó por su cuenta y contrató a personas para que le ayudaran a indagar: Así me enteré de que Jaime García es quien contrata y paga a los halcones. Dí con los supuestos jefes: Felipe Martínez, Basilio Mares y Eloy Carrasco o Barraza, dijo. Ofreció 100 mil pesos de recompensa a quien aportara información veraz sobre el paradero de Leo. Llegó una persona que le informó: Dos horas antes del secuestro de mi hijo, Eloy, Felipe y Basilio se reunieron con los secuestradores de la Tahoe en las afueras del pueblo, frente a un lugar conocido como El Arco de la Concha. Después de media hora los vio salir. El pasado 26 de diciembre esta persona fue a la SIEDO a rendir declaración. Otra persona declaró ante la SIEDO: Me retuvieron durante cinco meses hasta que logré escapar. A los secuestrados nos tienen en La Cueva de El Pino, un lugar de la sierra conocido como La Ulama, municipio de Nuevo Ideal. Por la mañana llegan muy temprano por nosotros para desayunar, luego nos llevan al monte a trabajar en el despate (corte) de la mariguana. No nos dejan platicar entre nosotros y menos que nos reunamos. Junto conmigo había 18 hombres jóvenes, cuatro mujeres y un anciano; éste se les murió en la cueva. En un descuido, a uno de los secuestradores se le cayó la credencial de elector y el testigo de don Polo la guardó. Cuando acudió a la SIEDO a poner su denuncia, esa persona entregó la credencial y aportó un dato más: un hermano del delincuente dueño de la credencial también trabajaba en el campamento. Don Polo no recordó su nombre. Con sus temblorosas manos Don Polo sacó un mapa, lo extendió sobre la mesa y ubicó geográficamente los lugares en que había seguido la pista de su hijo: La Palma, a 16 kilómetros del pueblo; La Ulama a 110 y uno más en Coneto de Comonfort. A este lugar no pudo ir. Lo asesinaron antes. Toda esta región está protegida por militares pero sólo se hacen pendejos, nunca agarran a nadie. Se nota que protegen a los delincuentes, afirmó mientras doblaba nuevamente el mapa. El 7 de noviembre seguí a Eloy a su casa. Se espantó, lo tranquilicé y le pedí que me ayudara a encontrar a Leo. Entonces me dijo que el teniente coronel Zambrano, del 71 Batallón de Infantería, era su tío político y que a veces le proporcionaba ayuda, pero que era muy difícil. También visitó la casa de Jaime García: Yo pensaba que era uno de los jefes, pero no, sólo es miembro de la banda. Le dije que quería que me prestara dinero a cuenta de mi negocio, porque quería juntar más porque no soltaron a Leo. Sorprendido escucho que me contesta: Es que lo soltamos pero creo que lo agarraron otros. Ni Los Pinos ni el gobernador El 12 de diciembre don Polo se reunió con el agente del Ministerio Público Ezequiel Arreola: Me citó en el restaurante El Portón para platicar sobre mi caso. Ahí me dice que también acudirá el jefe antisecuestros Enrique Díaz. Cuando llegó, me dice Díaz: Oiga don Leopoldo, usted ya sabe quiénes son los malhechores; mire, yo tengo gente que los puede arreglar, todo está en que platique con ellos para que acuerden el precio. Ah, sí, qué buen trato me está proponiendo Y qué... me va a cobrar por docena?, le pregunté. Ah, cabrón, pues cuántos son?, dijo. Después me enteré de que los (policías) antisecuestros estaban levantando a gente que mencioné en mi denuncia: al primero que agarraron fue a Jaime, luego fueron por Manuel González y después por Rafael Fernández. Les dijeron que yo los había acusado; incluso les enseñaron el expediente. Los dejaron libres de inmediato. Se lo advirtieron habitantes de otros municipios que también fueron víctimas de secuestros: No investigues ni hagas escándalo porque te va a pasar lo que a Manuel Pineda, que denunció y lo mataron. Por eso muchos se quedan callados. Sólo en Nuevo Ideal el año pasado hubo como 50 secuestros. En la misma situación están otros municipios. En enero una agente del Ministerio Público adscrita a la SIEDO acompañó a Don Polo a la Secretaría de Marina: Nos reciben el capitán Magaña y el capitán Montiel. Les llevé un mapa que hice a mano. Ellos pusieron un plano satelital y señalaron Las Palmas y La Ulama, se ven claramente. Eso fue hace 20 días. Entonces esos desgraciados todavía estaban en La Ulama; ahora ya se están trasladando a otro lugar que aún no checo. Pero qué me gano con investigar lugares y lugares si no hay quien me acompañe? Uno tiene que andar en el peligro, haciendo su trabajo. Claro, como yo soy el interesado. El 14 de octubre, en un acto público, don Polo le entregó un oficio a Teresa Álvarez, esposa del gobernador de Durango; ella lo abrazó y le prometió entregárselo a su esposo, Jorge Herrera Caldera. También somos padres, le dijo. En el documento le daba al gobernador pormenores del secuestro de su hijo e insistía en hacer responsables al procurador Ramiro Ortiz y al teniente coronel Zambrano. No hubo respuesta. Tampoco la recibió de Javier Jiménez Mendoza, comandante de la Décima Zona Militar, a quien recurrió en dos ocasiones: una para pedir ayuda y denunciar al teniente coronel; otra, a fin de solicitar un permiso para portar armas: Viendo que a ustedes no les importa la seguridad de nuestras familias espero nos den la oportunidad de, al menos, defendernos nosotros mismos, argumentó en su texto. Hay un oficio -recibido el pasado 18 de enero por el área de Atención Ciudadana de la Presidencia de la República- en el que en 19 puntos Don Polo desglosó su caso. Dio fechas, nombres y lugares. En el punto número 15 se quejaba porque a tres meses de haber denunciado formalmente el secuestro de su hijo no había recibido ayuda. Qué clase de Policía tenemos?, en dónde está la investigación especializada?, pregunta. En el punto 18 expone: Los policías antisecuestros al mando del fiscal Ramiro Ortiz detienen a los sospechosos y los ponen en mi contra. Quieren desaparecerme. Muerto yo, dan carpetazo al asunto. Lo que denuncia es muy fuerte. No tiene miedo? Don Polo no resistió. Le fue imposible contener el llanto que le quitaba el aliento, lo sofocaba. Buscaba insistente un dulce. Claro que tengo miedo! Temo por mis hijas y mi esposa Pero la nuestra ya no es vida! Tengo coraje con las autoridades porque me negaron ayuda cuando sabía dónde estaba. Estoy desesperado. Pienso en si mi hijo estará vivo, si pasará hambre, si estará enfermo, con sed. Si lo tendrán amarrado, si estará tirado, torturado en el monte; o tendrían el cinismo de matarlo para que no los delatara, respondió con trabajo. Tomó el último trago de té. Se llevó el dulce a la boca. Tardaba en reponerse. A las puertas de Proceso, en la banqueta, ya de despedida, Don Polo recuperó entereza, deseos de llegar hasta el final en la búsqueda de su hijo. La noche previa a su asesinato Don Polo habló con su esposa. Le dijo que se sentía muy cansado, que no aguantaba más: Esto no es vida. Si me matan me harían un favor....
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17 Fugitive Watch News march Two Outstanding San Jose Police Officers Catch Rush-Hour Killer SAN JOSE, Calif.-Two outstanding police officers, Frank Hagg and Nicholas Bronte, apprehended an individual believed to be Friday evening s rush-hour killer within minutes of the shooting. The incident occurred on Friday January 21, 2011, shortly before 5 p.m. near the El Pollo Rico restaurant in East San Jose, in front of at least 100 onlookers and at one of San Jose s busiest intersections. Two suspects believed to be Sureño gang members were chasing an 18-year-old man when one of the suspects shot at him. Two nearby police officers heard the shot and immediately went to the scene to tend to the victim. After hearing of the incident over the radio, Officers Frank Hagg and Nicholas Bronte drove to an area they knew to be a spot that local gang members tended to hide-the rear of Ryan Elementary School. Upon arriving, Hagg and Bronte witnessed an individual attempting to flee. The officers pursued the individual on foot and were able to subdue him. Witnesses later identified this individual, aged 17, as the shooter. Police recovered a gun that had been discarded near Ryan Elementary. The victim later died from his injuries. Without the quick actions of Officers Hagg and Bronte, it is likely the suspected shooter would still be at large. In an interesting coincidence, Officers Hagg and Bronte were recognized on Feb. 1st 1022, by the San Jose Police Officers Association for outstanding police work due to their apprehension last December of several gang members that police believed were moments away from carrying out a drive-by shooting. The latest incident brings the total number of homicides in San Jose this year to 11. Remarking on this unprecedented spike in violence, George Beattie, President of the San Jose Police Officers Association said, The recent rash of homicides, armed robberies and violent assaults in San Jose clearly demonstrate how careless it would be for the City to layoff police officers this year. San Jose s police staffing levels are currently about half the national average for large cities and our numbers are falling fast. If further proposed cuts go through, San Jose police will have a difficult time maintaining peace on our increasingly violent streets. San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed s budget proposal indicated that 200 police officer positions could be eliminated. As Officers Hagg and Bronte have been on the job only 3 years, they would be among the 200 officers to lose their jobs this year unless Mayor Reed decides to revise his budget priorities.
18 Fugitive Watch News march unknown sexual assault / asalto sexual The Santa Cruz County Sheriff s Office reports a 17-year-old girl was sexually assaulted in a parking garage at Cabrillo College in Aptos on her way to class. The girl was in a covered parking garage at Soquel Drive and Cabrillo College Drive when the suspect approached her and chatted for a few minutes about parking. He then forcibly kissed her, but she shoved him away, causing him to run from the area. The suspect was described as a Hispanic man between 40 and 50 years old with a medium build and dark-colored short- to medium-length hair with some gray. The victim helped investigators prepare a sketch of the suspect, which has been distributed to law enforcement agencies assigned to the Cabrillo College campus. The man was last seen in a light-colored, older model vehicle. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip, if you know the name of this man or have any information that can help solve this crime. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a si usted sabe su paradero. Copyright 2011 by Bay City News, Inc. Republication, Rebroadcast or any other Reuse without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited. FUGITIVE WATCH CAUGHT Jaime Treto Rodriguez Murder / asesinato The Redwood City Police Department is currently seeking Jaime Treto Rodriguez on a warrant charging him with Murder. According to Detective Sean Hart, in November 2010, Rodriguez was allegedly involved in a gang related assault/homicide in Redwood City. The suspects are alleged to be Norteño gang members who attacked the victim because they believed he was a rival gang member. The victim was beaten and shot and died from his injuries. The Redwood City Police Department holds an active arrest warrant for Rodriguez charging him with murder and with criminal street gang enhancements. Rodriguez has a tattoo of the word Stephanie on his neck and also has ties to Redwood City, Hayward, and Tracy, California. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip, if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a si usted sabe su paradero. a l l p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication a r e presumed to be i n n o c e n t u n l e s s p r o v e n g u i l t y in a c o u r t o f l aw. d o n o t attempt u n d e r a n y c i r c u m s ta n c e to a p p r e h e n d a n y p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication. all persons may be considered armed and dangerous by law enforcement. please call the fugitive hotlinenumber (se habla español) or for an immediatesighting. $10,995 $13,995 $9,995 $16, Audi Allroad 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee 1999 Chevy Tahoe 2006 Chrysler Town & Country $13, Ford Escape $36, BMW x5 $7, Ford F350 $7, Volvo s60
19 Fugitive Watch News march % of buffalo trainers have been seriously injured or killed. 50 people are killed by cattle each year in the US. There are more tigers in private captivity in the US than there are left in the wild. 7,000 Union soldiers died in 20 minutes during the civil war Battle of Cold Harbor. It takes 7 years and 30 million man hours to build one aircraft carrier. One American woman dies per minute from heart disease. Russian scientists estimate the asteroid Apophis will strike earth on April 13, Cats can jump 7 times their height. American cigarette smokers cost $195 billion dollars a year in health care costs in the US. Fugitive Watch Factoids Apple stock lost $10 billion dollars in 4 minutes upon rumors that Steve Jobs was in the hospital. In 2010, California paid out $63 million dollars in unemployment every single day. Total $23 billion dollars for the year. Maine is the only state with one syllable. Pierre, South Dakota is the only state capitol with one syllable. Salt is the only rock humans eat. Movie star Anthony Hopkins appeared on screen for only 16 minutes in the Hollywood movie Silence of the Lambs. He won an Academy Award for Best Actor. 12 million barrel of oil to make one year of grocery bags. 9 out of 10 rape cases go unreported in the state of Alaska. One million truck loads of salt are spread on US roadways during bad snowy winters. At it s peak, the Roman Empire ruled 60 million people. One cop was killed in the line of duty every 54 hours in the US last year. The German Army captured 5.5 million Russian soldiers during World War Two. Three quarters of them in the first 7 months of the war. 20,000 Americans were killed in the Battle of the Bulge during World War Two. The Santa Clara County Civil Grand Jury recently reported that San Jose contributes less to employee benefits than most cities in the county. The report additionally found that San Jose is near the bottom for total compensation of Police services. The average pension of a retired San Jose Police Officer is 75% not 90% as repeatedly reported in the media. Out of the over 100 police officers that retired last year, only 4 officers retired at the maximum allowable benefit of 90%. Police officers do not pay into, and do not receive Social Security. In 2008, San Jose Police Officers were the first group of city employees to agree to prefund their retiree health care plans by contributing an additional 5% of their salary. Under the terms of the current contract between the City and police, officers now pay over 21% of their salary into retirement and medical. San Jose officers have agreed to a 50% increase in health premiums and a 100% increase in healthcare co-payments Wilfredo Jimenez Burglary / robo The Santa Barbara and Ventura County Sheriff s Departments are currently seeking Wilfredo Jimenez on a warrant charging him with burglary. According to Detective Dominguez, in July 2010, the Sheriff s Department s Agricultural Crimes Unit identified a pattern of burglaries at construction sites and farms located in the rural areas of Ventura County. A task force comprised of detectives from the Ventura and Santa Barbara County Sheriff s Departments was formed to investigate this series of burglaries. During the course of investigating the nearly fifty (50) burglaries in Ventura County alone, detectives learned that several suspects were allegedly targeting Conex type metal storage containers. The suspects allegedly force entry into locked storage containers and stole tools including air compressors, welding machines, water pumps, drills, saws, grinders, and various hand tools. The stolen property was being taken to a fence in Los Angeles County to be sold for cash. Several suspects were identified and arrested. Wilfredo Jimenez is still outstanding and his last known address is in the 800 block of West 80th Street, Los Angeles. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip, if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a fugitive.com, si usted sabe su paradero. FUGITIVE WATCH CAUGHT jose corona-abad attempted robbery / robo Police are asking for the public s help in finding a teenage gang member sought in connection with an attempted robbery of a man and his two small children outside of an apartment complex in Gilroy last month. Jose Corona-Abad, 19, is wanted for the robbery attempt, which was reported around 4:50 p.m. on Dec. 21 in front of the apartment complex at 185 Southgate Court, according to police. A man and his small children were getting the mail when they were approached by two suspects, one of whom pulled out a knife and allegedly threatened to stab the man and his children if he failed to hand over his money, police said. The suspect tried to stab the man, who was able to keep himself and the children from the attack, according to police. The suspects fled when someone in the apartment complex reported the robbery in progress. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip, if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a si usted sabe su paradero. 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20 Fugitive Watch News march unknown Felony Hit And Run / Delito Por Ir De Escena De Un Accidente De Tráfico On February 6, 2011, at approximately 2:37 A.M., San Jose Police officers responded to the area of Fontaine Road and Tierra Buena Drive on a report of a person down. Officers arrived and determined that Erika Luna had been struck by a motor vehicle. Erica was taken to Regional Medical Center in San Jose, where she was admitted for a crushed hip and serious injuries to her left leg. The investigation has since revealed that Erika had been dragged approximately 1900 feet by the suspect vehicle, causing her to sustain serious injuries. Erika remains hospitalized in critical condition at Regional Medical Center. Detectives have released a sketch of the suspected driver, along with additional details about the vehicle involved in the hit-and-run collision. The vehicle is described as a newer Silver or Grey Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) or minivan with a black roof rack. The vehicle possibly has damage to the left front bumper, along the left undercarriage, and the left wheel wells. The vehicle s license plate number is unknown. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip to if you know the name of this man or have any information that can help solve this crime. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a si usted tiene alguna información que pueda ayudar a resolver este crimen. FUGITIVE WATCH CAUGHT sean Sullivan murder / asesinato The Oakland Police Department is currently seeking Sean Sullivan on a warrant charging him with murder. According to detectives, at about 6 p.m. on Nov. 3, two Tracy residents, Alex Amin and Joshua A pe, confronted 33-year-old Sean Sullivan about an outstanding debt at a house in the 7800 block of Outlook Avenue in Oakland. Sullivan allegedly got into a heated argument with Amin in his basement before firing multiple close-range shots at him. A pe heard the gunfire and ran to the basement to help Amin, but before he could reach him, Sullivan allegedly shot A pe in the back of the head. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Though Amin survived, he suffers chronic paralysis from the waist down. Sullivan fled after the shooting and is still at large. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip to fugitive.com, if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a fugitive.com, si usted sabe su paradero deshawn devon daniels theft / robo The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety is currently seeking Deshawn Devon Daniels. Detective Michael Mendoza reports that on November 22, 2010, California Highway Patrol officers attempted to make a traffic enforcement stop on Interstate 880, near Hayward. The Suspect vehicle then led the them on a high speed chase until they crashed. Deshawn Daniels and two other suspects allegedly fled on foot. Alameda County sheriffs deputies eventually tracked Daniels down and arrested him. It was then determined that the suspect vehicle allegedly contained over 25 laptops and video projectors belonging to Tropos Networks in Sunnyvale, California. Sunnyvale police officers then discovered a commercial burglary at Tropos Networks. A $50,000 warrant has now been issued for Daniels arrest. Daniels was last known to be living in the 1400 block of Sunshine Court and the 1700 block of Seminary Drive in Oakland. Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at CAUGHT ( ) or text us at or send a confidential tip, if you know his whereabouts. Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en CAUGHT ( ) o texto en o envia un a fugitive.com, si usted sabe su paradero. a l l p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication a r e presumed to be i n n o c e n t u n l e s s p r o v e n g u i l t y in a c o u r t o f l aw. d o n o t attempt u n d e r a n y c i r c u m s ta n c e to a p p r e h e n d a n y p e r s o n s depicted in t h i s publication. all persons may be considered armed and dangerous by law enforcement. please call the fugitive hotlinenumber (se habla español) or for an immediatesighting.
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