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February 2014 - Fugitive Watch
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Featured Fugitives
Police K9 “Rocco” Killed in Line-of-Duty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
ID
Fugitive
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Permanent Residents Get a Green Light To Petition for
Immediate Family Members. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
14-39Unknown
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
13-200 Angela Zuniga
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
FBI Offers $10,000 Reward. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
14-32Unknown
Fraud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Siga las Aventuras de los Huevos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
14-33Unknown
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Fugitive Watch Factoids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
In Memoriam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
14-35 Roozbeh Enayati
Failure to Register as
Sex Offender. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
California Condemned Inmate Dies of Natural Causes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
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Karim Willis
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Fugitive Watch Fundraiser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
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Pedro Mateo Lopez
Failure to Appear . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Autodefensas Creen Que Templarios Buscan Huir A Jalisco Y Colima. . 16
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Devin Dwayne Hawkins Sexual Assault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Fuerzas Mexicanas Comienzan Desarme De Grupos De
Autodefensa En Michoacán . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
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Assault . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Movie Critics Corner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
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Darrio Coleman
Weapons Violations . . . . . . . . . . . 21
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Bank Robbery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Bank Robbery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
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Fraud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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Pittsburgh Police K9 “Rocco” Killed in the Line of Duty
Pittsburgh police K9
Rocco succumbed to
stab wounds sustained
two days earlier while
protecting his handler
and another officer,
who were in a violent
struggle with a fugitive.
The subject had
attempted to disarm
a deputy earlier in the
day when an Allegheny County sheriff’s
deputy attempted to
arrest him for failure
to register as a sex offender and home invasion.
The man was able to flee after struggling with the
deputy and fled to the 3700 block of Butler Street,
where he was located several hours later.
Officers located him the basement of a building.
When they entered the darkened room the man
began swinging a 5-inch knife at them, wounding
both officers. K9 Rocco attacked the subject but
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suffered a deep stab wound to the back, which punctured his kidney and spine. Rocco was taken to an emergency animal hospital
where he underwent multiple surgeries and blood transfusions, but
died two days later.
The subject was taken into custody and faces multiple charges.
K9 Rocco had served with the Pittsburgh Police Department for
five years.
Scan the QR code using your iphone or
other hand held mobile device to watch the
video of the police funeral for “Rocco”.
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Robbery
robo
Palo Alto police released a sketch of a suspect in a home invasion robbery in Palo Alto who
made two elderly residents lie on the floor as he stole their property. The robbery was reported
on January 24, 2014, at about 10:40 a.m. in the 400 block of Palo Alto Avenue, Palo Alto police
said. The two residents in their 80s were home alone when the suspects rang the doorbell and
forced their way into the house when one resident opened the door, the victims told police.
They forced the two residents to lie face-down on the floor as they stole wallets, an unloaded
handgun and other property. The suspects then ran from the house and took off in a “boxylooking” beige or white sedan, police said.
Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or text us at
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pueda ayudar a resolver este crimen.
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Angela Zuniga
Murder
asesinato
A Salinas woman was arrested on suspicion of the gang-related stabbing death of a 14-yearold boy, but another suspect remains at-large, a police spokesman said. Leslie Denise Rico,
23, turned herself in at the Salinas Police Department after seeing her photo distributed by
police in the May 17 stabbing of Ricardo Ruiz, Officer Miguel Cabrera said. Rico was arrested
on suspicion of homicide, a street gang enhancement and attempted carjacking, Cabrera said.
Police are still searching for a second suspect in Ruiz’s slaying, Angela Zuniga, 21, a resident
of King City, Cabrera said. Ruiz was stabbed in the neck after answering a question about his
street gang affiliation allegedly posed by Zuniga, Cabrera
said. “It’s a gang-related homicide,” he said. “The motive
involved was a challenge about what his gang affiliation
was.” The boy was transported by a citizen to a hospital
and later died after his family decided to take him off lifesupport. Police released photos of Rico and Zuniga after
the fatal stabbing. The two major street gangs operating
in Salinas are the Sureños and Norteños.
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Fraud
fraude
Police are looking for a woman who allegedly tried to fill a fraudulent prescription for painkillers in Petaluma. The woman passed the prescription for Norco and Oxycodone on Jan. 13 at a
CVS on East Washington Street, police said. The CVS pharmacist became suspicious because
the prescription was written for a male patient and could not verify its authenticity, police said.
The pharmacist refused to give the woman the drugs
and she left the store. Police said the pharmacist later
found out that the prescription note had been stolen
from the John Muir Behavior Health Clinic in Concord.
Police are trying to find the woman, who is described
as a black woman between 25 and 30 years old,
standing 5’ 6” tall, weighing about 200 pounds with
shoulder-length black hair. She was wearing a dark
jacket and green shirt at the time.
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Robbery
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Police are asking the public for help in locating a suspect in an armed robbery that occurred
at a convenience store in Livermore. A male suspect entered the 7-Eleven store at 1339 N.
Vasco Road, police said. After all the customers had exited the store, the suspect approached
the counter, brandished a handgun and demanded money from the cash register, according to
police.
The store clerk complied and the suspect fled with about $150 in cash. The clerk was not
injured in the robbery, police said.
The suspect was described as a Hispanic man about 20 to 21 years old, 5’ 10” tall and roughly
150 pounds. He was wearing a blue baseball hat and a blue pattern hooded sweatshirt.
Investigators have released surveillance images from
the 7-Eleven in the hopes that someone can identify
the suspect.
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Permanent Residents Get a Green Light To Petition for Immediate Family Members
By Richard Hobbs,
Immigration Attorney
For the first time in decades any person
in possession of a green card (“sponsor”,
or “petitioner”) can petition for a spouse
or minor child (“beneficiary”) and that
spouse or child has absolutely no wait in
the preference system.
For example, until last month a beneficiary had to wait at least two years in the
preference system. Now there is no wait
at all. Green card holders should apply
now for their wife, husband, or minor child
and take advantage of this unusual opportunity.
Below are some common questions
and answers regarding the family-based
immigration system, which accounts for
nearly 80% of all legal immigration to the
United States.
What is the USCIS?
USCIS stands for U.S. Citizenship
and Immigration Services. It is the key
agency of the U.S. government responsible for matters dealing with immigrants in
the United States. USCIS has jurisdiction
over immigrant petitions for family based
Immigration. Prior to March 2003, the
USCIS was called the Immigration and
Naturalization Service (INS).
Who can be a Sponsor?
A United States Citizen (USC) or Lawful permanent Resident (LPR) can be the
sponsor of a family based immigration
petition. The sponsor has to meet some
requirements and legal obligations, such
as executing a legally binding affidavit of
support for the beneficiary. The sponsor
must guarantee to maintain the standard
of living of the beneficiary at a level not
lower than 125% of the national poverty
level.
Who can a USC sponsor?
A USC 21 years of age or older can
immediately immigrate his or her parent,
minor child under 21, or spouse. US citizens under 21 can petition for a spouse
also under certain circumstances. As
“immediate relatives” there is no waiting
period for these persons.
Is there a wait for those who are not
immediate relatives sponsored by a
USC?
Yes. In the preference system a US
citizen can also petition for unmarried
children over 21 years old, married children over 21 years old, and brothers or
sisters. In these cases the waiting period
is 7-12 years for immigrants from Latin
America and most of the world. Mexicans
have a 17-20 year wait.
Who can an LPR sponsor?
As mentioned above, all LPRS from
anywhere on the planet can immigrate
their spouse or minor child under 21 immediately, for the first time in decades.
In addition, an LPR from Latin America
and most of the world can sponsor an
unmarried child over 21. There is about
an 8 year wait. For Mexicans the wait is
about 19 years.
If you have any questions you can
contact the law office of Richard Hobbs,
408-642-7404.
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The FBI is making a limited time offer
at 12 of its field offices across the nation from Albuquerque and Los Angeles
to New York City and Washington, D.C.:
During the next 60 days, if you help them
catch someone aiming a laser pointer at a
plane, the FBI is offering rewards of up to
$10,000.
“If you think this is a prank, I can assure you it is not,” John Kitzinger, chief of
the FBI Violent Crimes Unit, said today.
“This is a felony—a federal crime—for
which you can be placed in federal prison
for up to five years.”
That penalty became federal law in
2012. Last March, a man in California
was sentenced to 30 months in prison for
pointing a laser at a small jet.
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FBI Offers $10,000 Reward
The FBI, along with the Federal Aviation Administration and the Air Line Pilots
Association International, a union representing nearly 50,000 pilots, is also starting a campaign warning of the dangers
of pointing laser points at pilots. The
campaign will
warn the public about the threat of lasers
to aircraft via public service announcements and billboards.
Powerful lasers can
temporarily blind
pilots. The FBI
says pilots have
compared it
to a camera
flash going
off in a car
traveling at
night. But
pilots keep
cockpits
dark
when
flying
at night
so they can see the instruments
clearly and there is no ambient light from
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street lights, says Bruce Landsberg,
president of the Aircraft Owners and
Pilots Association’s Air Safety Foundation. He says that makes the effects more
disorienting for pilots and there is nothing
pilots can do to prepare for something
like this.
“This is sort of like people shooting at
the airplane, except they’re using light
instead of bullets,” he says.
Landsberg says the federal agencies
are doing the right thing by aggressively
going after the people who do it. In a
statment, the FAA says reported laser
incidents have gone up by more than
10 times since it started collecting data
in 2006. Last year, there were 3,960 reported incidents.
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Roozbeh Enayati
Failure To Register As Sex Offender
Por No Registrarse Como Ofensor Sexual
Roozbeh Enayati was previously convicted of lewd and lascivious acts on a child, and he is
required to register as a sex offender by State and Federal law. Enayati has not registered as
a sex offender or checked in with his parole agent. He has also been identified as a primary
suspect in a counterfeiting and forgery case in South San Francisco. Enayati is believed to be
hiding out in the Bay Area.
Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at
1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or text us at 408355-0999 to send a confidential email tip, if you know
his whereabouts.
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1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) o texto en 408355-0999 o envia un email a [email protected], si
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Sex expert Dr. Ruth was once a
sniper in the Israeli Army.
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More than 84,000 American military personnel are still reported as
missing in action.
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In 2014 it cost $ 2.1 million a year
to keep a soldier in Afghanistan.
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Only Ireland and Japan sent
condolence telegrams to the Nazi
Reichsministry when Adolph Hitler
committed suicide
A scientific study warns that 8:38
am is the time when people who
are texting while walking, are most
likely to walk out in front of a car.
The next most dangerous time of
the day is 6:22pm.
99.9% of species ever to inhabit
the earth are now extinct.
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Karim Willis
Robbery
robo
Karim Wills is currently sought after by Salinas Police Department for an alleged 2006 Robbery.
Detectives say that on June 16, 2006, at approximately 8:00 PM, officers responded to an
alleged robbery at an AM/PM gas station at 385 East Alisal Street.
Officers arrived to find that the suspects had already fled the scene. The cashier stated he
was helping a customer with a transaction and opened the cash register. At that time, Willis
allegedly entered the business, pointed a black and silver semi-automatic handgun and took
the whole cash register drawer and fled the business in a gold colored or bronze colored Chevy
Lumina.
Police report Wills has a long history of robberies going back to 1993.
Fugitive Watch Factoids
Scientist biochemist Otto Rössler
warns that physics experiments
being conducted now in Switzerland should be stopped because
they could cause the creation of a
“Black Hole” that will destroy earth
within 2 years.
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During the American Civil War,
the Union Army purchased 32,000
drums.
Kalfin Jewelers sells a baby pacifier encrusted with rare black diamonds for $50,000. It is reported
that the Kardashian family purchased one for their baby.
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An audit shows the US Army paid
out $16 million in paychecks over
a 2 ½-year period to Deserters or
soldiers designated as AWOL.
Budweiser paid $1.2 billion dollars
to have Bud Light beer named the
Official NFL beer.
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In 2013, credit card fraud costs
consumers $12.4 billion dollars.
In today’s numbers, the equivilant
of 7 million Americans were killed
during the American Civil War.
It cost $4 million for 30 second
commercial spot on the Super
Bowl.
85 people have the same amount
of money as 1/2 of the world’s
population combined. That is 3.5
billion people.
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It is estimated that there still 27
million people still in slavery.
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286 members of the United States
Congress are millionaires.
.01% of Americans have an average annual income of $24 million.
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90% of Americans have an aver-
age annual income of $30,000.
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In the 1500’s California suffered a
100 year long drought.
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In 1861 it rained for 43 days in a
row in California. The Central Valley and San Joaquin Valley including the city of Sacramento flooded
under 8 to 10 feet of water.
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The Maya of Mexico discovered
the concept of Zero by the 4th
century AD. The Europeans did not
discover it until 800 years later.
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About 16 million people living today
are descendants of the ancient
Mongol ruler Genghis Khan.
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It has been calculated that Honey
Bees are so efficient they could
fly 5 million miles on one gallon of
honey.
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Deputy Sheriff Jonathan Pine was shot
and killed while responding to reports of
car break-ins in a gated community off of
South Apopka Vineland Road.
When deputies arrived shortly after 11:00 pm one subject fled on foot.
Deputies located the subject shortly after
midnight near the intersection of South
Apopka Vineland Road and Westminster
Abby Boulevard. The man began to flee
on foot again and then fired several shots,
striking Deputy Pine.
Deputy Sheriff
Jonathan Scott Pine
Orange County Sheriff’s Office
Florida
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The subject then ran a short distance
away and committed suicide. Deputy Pine
was transported to Orlando Regional
Medical Center where he was pronounced
dead.
The man’s girlfriend, who was also at
the scene, was arrested and held in connection with the incident.
Deputy Pine had served with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office for two years.
He is survived by his wife and three young
children.
in memoriam
in memoriam
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Condemned Inmate Dies of Natural Causes
Before He Could Be Executed
Condemned inmate Wilbur Lee Jennings, 73, was pronounced dead on February 11, 2014. He died of natural causes
while being held at the Sacramento
County Main Jail, where he was awaiting trial for the 1981 murder of 17-yearold Debra Chandler. Chandler’s beaten
remains were spotted by a passer-by
near a water-filled roadside ditch about 15
miles from her Sacramento home on July
15, 1981. Jenkins was transferred from
San Quentin’s Death Row to stand trial
in Sacramento County after a suspected
DNA match.
Jennings was sentenced to death on
November 20, 1986, by a Fresno County
jury for the 1984 first-degree murders of
Linda Johnson, Olga Cannon and Jacqueline Frazier, and the 1983 second-degree
murder of Karen Robinson. He was also
convicted of numerous other felonies
against these and three other victims,
including forcible sexual assaults, robberies, arsons, and kidnapping for robbery.
Jennings had been on Death Row since
November 25, 1986.
Fresno County deputies nicknamed
Jennings the “ditch-bank killer” because
his victims were often found in canals or
stuffed in irrigation pipes.
Since 1978 when California reinstated
capital punishment, 63 condemned
inmates (including Jennings) have died
from natural causes, 23 have committed
suicide, 13 have been executed in California, one was executed in Missouri, six
have died from other causes, and one
the cause of death is pending. There
are 746 offenders on California’s death
row. Most of those offenders are housed
at San Quentin. Of those 746, 20 are
women, 21 condemned male inmates are
either out to court, in medical facilities or
in custody in other jurisdictions.
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Fuerzas mexicanas comienzan desarme de
grupos de autodefensa en Michoacán
Fuerzas federales mexicanas comenzaron a desarmar a los grupos de
autodefensa que actúan en el estado de
Michoacán que, sin embargo, prometieron resistirse a la acción gubernamental,
informaron fuentes del Gobierno estatal y
de las agrupaciones irregulares.
Autodefensas creen que templarios buscan
huir a Jalisco y Colima
Integrantes de los Caballeros Templarios estarían huyendo a poblaciones de la periferia de Michoacán para alcanzar los estados de Colima y Jalisco, advirtió el llamado
“Comandante Cinco”, quien coordinó la toma de Apatzingán.
Ayer, los grupos de autodefensas ingresaron a la comunidad indígena “Santa María
de Ostula”, en el municipio de la Coahuayana, donde colocaron retenes y barricadas
en colaboración con habitantes de Aquila y Chiniquila.
La toma de Ostula representa el ingreso de las autodefensas a la zona Sierra–Costa de Michoacán, a donde, aseguran, varios líderes de la organización criminal se han
replegado con la intención de trasladarse a entidades vecinas.
“Los Templarios están huyendo para las orillas del estado, porque pretenden pasarse a otros estados como Colima y Guadalajara [en Jalisco]”, aseguró el llamado
“Comandante Cinco”.
Desde el pasado 21 de enero, seis estados colindantes con Michoacán, (Colima,
Jalisco, Guanajuato, Querétaro, Edomex y Guerrero), acordaron con el Gobierno federal mecanismos de blindaje.
De acuerdo con las fuentes del Gobierno de Michoacán, miembros del Ejército
y la Marina comenzaron el desarme en la
localidad de Nueva Italia, en el municipio
de Múgica, así como en las localidades
de Parácuaro y Antúnez, en el municipio
de Parácuaro.
Estanislao Beltrán, uno de los principales líderes del grupo de autodefensa
de Tepalcatepec, que días recientes se
ha extendido a otros municipios de Michoacán, declaró que su agrupación se
resistirá al desarme.
“Aquí estamos con el Ejército. No
vamos a entregar las armas. Aquí nos
vamos a morir. Aquí nos vamos a morir
todos”, dijo
Beltrán con
voz agitada
desde Nueva
Italia.
El secretario
mexicano de
Gobernación,
Miguel Ángel
Osorio Chong,
exhortó a los
grupos de
civiles armados que se
integren en los cuerpos policiales o, de lo
contrario, dejen sus armas y regresen a
sus lugares de origen.
Poco después, diversos líderes de los
grupos de autodefensa respondieron al
Gobierno que antes de dejar las armas
deberán ser detenidos los principales
líderes de la organización criminal Los
Caballeros Templarios.
El Gobierno “está empezando al revés,
quiere que nosotros dejemos las armas.
Los ‘templarios’ vienen y nos ‘chingan’,
primero que se deje ir el Gobierno sobre
ellos y nosotros con gusto nos retiramos”, dijo Hipólito Mora, líder del grupo
de autodefensa de Buenavista Tomatlán.
Beltrán, del grupo de Tepalcatepec,
argumentó que no pueden regresar a
sus pueblos “porque no se ha detenido a
ninguno de los cabecillas de Los Caballeros Templarios”. Recordó que su “objetivo principal, desde el inicio de la lucha,
es limpiar del crimen organizado los 113
municipios” de Michoacán.
La organización de Los Caballeros
Templarios nació en diciembre de 2010
como escisión del cártel de La Familia
Michoacana y desde entonces ha aumentado su poder en la región.
Además del tráfico de drogas hacia Estados Unidos, la agrupación es
acusada de delitos como extorsiones,
secuestros y homicidios.
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Pedro Mateo Lopez
Failure to appear in court
Por No Presentarse En Corte
The Mt. View Police Department is currently seeking Pedro Mateo Lopez on a “No Bail Allowed
bench warrant for allegedly failing to appear in court. Lopez was originally arrested for allegedly
making Criminal Threats and Domestic Violence. He has a scar on his right 5-5 tall and 190 lbs.
His last known address was in the 600 block of Escuela Avenue in Mt. View.
Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or text us at 408355-0999 to send a confidential email tip, if you know his whereabouts.
Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en
1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) o texto en 408-3550999 o envia un email a [email protected], si usted sabe
su paradero
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all persons depicted in this publication are presumed to be innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. do not attempt under any circumstance to
apprehend any persons depicted in this publication. all persons may be considered armed and dangerous by law enforcement. please call the fugitive
hotline number (se habla español) or 9-1-1 for an immediate sighting.
HOTLINE: 1-800-9CAUGHT
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Devin Dwayne Hawkins
Sexual Assault
Asalto sexual
Vallejo police reported on January 30, 2014, that they have identified Devin Dwayne Hawkins,
20, of Vallejo as the man who is suspected of raping a 19-year-old woman in a vacant house
on Beverly Drive in Vallejo on May 19.
Hawkins, 5’ 5” and 150 pounds, has prior arrests for sexual battery, Sgt. Joe Iacono said. A
warrant was issued in December for his arrest for the May sexual assault.
Hawkins is known to be homeless and often rides a bicycle in south Vallejo.
Police have not recovered the handgun used in the sexual assault, and Hawkins should be
considered armed and dangerous.
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Bank Robbery
Robo de banco
Santa Rosa police are looking for a man who robbed a bank on Wednesday January 29, 2014.
The suspect is a white man in his 50s who is 5’ 11” tall with a stocky build, blue or green eyes
and a mustache. He was wearing a white jacket, blue jeans and a white baseball cap when
he entered the Exchange Bank at 499 Stony Point Road in west Santa Rosa around 4 p.m., Sgt.
David Linscomb said.
He left the bank with cash from a teller and fled south through the parking lot of the shopping
center. No one was injured in the robbery. Santa Rosa police have released a photo of the
suspect, who did not use a weapon in the robbery.
Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or text us at
408-355-0999 or send a confidential email tip, if you know the name of this man or have any
information that can help solve this crime.
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408-355-0999 o envia un email a [email protected], si usted tiene alguna información que
pueda ayudar a resolver este crimen.
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apprehend any persons depicted in this publication. all persons may be considered armed and dangerous by law enforcement. please call the fugitive
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Assault
asalto
Oakland police are asking for the public’s help in tracking down a person of interest in connection with a shooting in the city earlier in January 2014.
The shooting was reported on the evening of Jan. 15 near Dover and Aileen streets, about a
block from Shattuck Avenue, police said.
Police responded to calls about numerous gunshots
in the area and a ShotSpotter alert.
No one was injured or killed in the shooting, police
said.
During their investigation, police conducted a probation search at a home in the 5500 block of Dover
Street and arrested 26-year-old Lemmle Kelly on an
outstanding felony warrant, according to police.
Police said the home where Kelly was arrested is
known for gun violence and other activities. Police
believe residents or frequent visitors at the home are
connected with the Jan. 15 shooting.
Police released a photo of someone described only as
a person of interest in the shooting.
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all persons depicted in this publication are presumed to be innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. do not attempt under any circumstance to
apprehend any persons depicted in this publication. all persons may be considered armed and dangerous by law enforcement. please call the fugitive
hotline number (se habla español) or 9-1-1 for an immediate sighting.
HOTLINE: 1-800-9CAUGHT
HOTLINE: 1-800-9CAUGHT
EMAIL: [email protected]
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Darrio Coleman
Weapons Violations
Posesión Illegal De Armas
The Oakland Police Department is currently seeking Darrio Coleman, 25 years-old, on a $75,000 warrant charging him with allegedly being an ex-felon in
possession of a firearm. Detectives report that Coleman is known to frequent north Oakland
near the Oakland/San Pablo city limits.
Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or text us at
408-355-0999 to send a confidential email tip, if you know his whereabouts.
Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) o texto en
408-355-0999 o envia un email a [email protected], si usted sabe su paradero
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Bank Robbery
robo de banco
The Fremont Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect in this
photo.
According to detectives, on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at about 12:20 pm, this suspect walked
into the Wells Fargo Bank on Paseo Padre Parkway. Once inside, he handed a robbery demand
letter to one of the employees. The employee complied with the note and the suspect fled the
bank on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. Multiple officers and robbery detectives
responded to the area, but the suspect was not located.
Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or text us at
408-355-0999 or send a confidential email 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 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) o texto en
408-355-0999 o envia un email a [email protected], si usted tiene alguna información que
pueda ayudar a resolver este crimen.
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Lego, the well known series of popular
construction set toys, has released it’s
first theatrical film treatment this year to
near critical acclaim. The Lego Movie is
a visually engrossing movie that delivers everything you could want and would
expect in a movie about Legos including a
talented voice cast, an engaging storyline
and thousands of plastic bricks being assembled and constructed in an endless
variety of creative ways.
An ordinary Lego figure Emmet Brickowski (voiced by Chriss Pratt) becomes
involved with a team of master Lego builders in a attempt to falter the tyrant Lord
Business (voiced by Will Farrel) and his
plan to freeze the entire Lego universe in
place using super glue. While the Lego
toys themselves have practically no back
story, The Lego Movie borrows heavily
from the company’s licensed products
where several characters from established
franchises, in Lego form, make numer-
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Movie Critics Corner: The Lego Movie
ous cameos. Although the intermingling
of characters across different intellectual
properties can be disastrous, it doesn’t
detract at all from the experience because
those Lego sets exist in actuality and the
visual uniformity of the Lego characters
blend well together onscreen.
Without a doubt, the high point of The
Lego Movie would be it’s visual presentation. While the majority of the film is
computer animated, with a brief live action
segment, the animators took diligent
effort in creating the animation reminiscence of a stop motion film reminiscent
the numerous home made movies fans
have made online with their own Legos,
but with an exponentially higher production value. The computer rendering of the
miniature plastic bricks and Lego people
look unbelievably realistic because the
meticulousness level of detail put into the
visuals. Ironically, its the small imperfections that make the movie look so good;
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the dents, scratches, and chips in the
plastic all make for a fastidious level of
detail in which I often forgot I was watching something made on a computer.
The only criticism I would have for The
Lego Movie is that the movement is constantly fast past that rarely slows down
and I felt some of the scenes could have
benefited from a breather at times. But
besides that, its a perfect movie for any
demographic that will keep Lego enthusiasts and those unfamiliar with the toys
equally engaged. I highly recommend
The Lego Movie.
by
Steven Ferdin, Jr.
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Fraud
fraude
The Hollister Police Department would like to request the assistance of the community in
identifying this person of interest for possible involvement in a fraudulent credit card case.
The victim called the Hollister Police Department to report her purse missing. The victim
later discovered that her credit cards were used throughout town without authorization. The
investigation has revealed this person may be involved in this incident.
Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or text us at
408-355-0999 or send a confidential email 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 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) o texto en
408-355-0999 o envia un email a [email protected], si usted tiene alguna información que
pueda ayudar a resolver este crimen.
FUGITIVE WATCH 1-800-9-CAUGHT
all persons depicted in this publication are presumed to be innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. do not attempt under any circumstance to
apprehend any persons depicted in this publication. all persons may be considered armed and dangerous by law enforcement. please call the fugitive
hotline number (se habla español) or 9-1-1 for an immediate sighting.
HOTLINE: 1-800-9CAUGHT
EMAIL: [email protected]
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William Jones
Robbery
robo
The Santa Cruz Police Department is currently seeking William Jones for allegedly stabbing a
victim during a robbery. Police say that on February 9, 2014, the victim confronted Jones while
Jones was allegedly in the process of stealing his bicycle in front of 115 Coral Street.
During the confrontation, Jones severed the victim’s bicep. Jones is on parole for murder out of
Idaho and managed to get himself on probation in Santa Cruz without being sent back to prison
in Idaho. He has a warrant for his arrest for violating his probation in Santa Cruz.
Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or text us at
408-355-0999 to send a confidential email tip, if you know his whereabouts.
Por favor llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) o texto en
408-355-0999 o envia un email a [email protected], si usted sabe su paradero
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