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May 2014 - Fugitive Watch
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Table of Contents
Fugitive Watch Saludo del Dia Conmemorativo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Why Fugitive Watch Endorses Kevin Jensen for Sheriff . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
10 Year Old Boy Kidnapped, Sings Gospel, ID 14-230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Autodefensas son Ahora Policía Rural de Michoacán . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Why so Many Polic Officers Attend Police Funerals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Siga las Aventuras de los Huevos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Movie Critics Corner: Under the Skin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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ID
Featured Fugitives
Fugitive
Want
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14-157/8 Eperson & Lee
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
14-223 Michael Carroll
Arrest Warrant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
12-372/3 Barretos
Alleged Manslaughter. . . . . . . . . . 4
14-207Unknown
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
12-166 Fidel Urbina
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
14-241 Monty Timmons
Warrant Violation. . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
14-242 Flash Blanton
Failure to Register. . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
14-214Unknown
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
14-211Unknown
Theft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
14-240 Orville Fleming
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
14-235Unknown
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
14-245 Unknown
Bank Robbery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
14-217Unknown
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
14-224 Eddie VanHouten
Probation Violation . . . . . . . . . . . 13
14-218 Victor Arden Bernard
Sexual Assault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
14-243Unknown
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
14-232/3Spicers
Fraud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
14-234 Tevin Taylor
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
14-231Unknown
Burglary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
12-182 Jeremy Leggett
Parole Violation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
14-229 Unknown
Bank Robbery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
14-248 Luis Tejada
Child Pornography. . . . . . . . . . . . 18
12-187 Richard Sasse
Escape. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
14-228 Unknown
Indecent Exposure . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
wanted
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Fugitive Watch saluda a todos nuestros
caídos del Ejército, Armada, Marina y Fuerza
Aérea Hombres y Mujeres
La historia de un Marina de los EE.UU. Guy
Gabaldón
Guy Gabaldón fue un marina de Estados
Unidos que fue acreditado con la captura (o
convencer de la entrega) de unos 1.500 soldados y civiles japoneses durante la Segunda
Guerra Mundial Batalla de Saipan. Fue nominado para la Medalla de Honor, pero fue en
cambio la medalla Estrella de Plata, que fue
aumentado posteriormente a la Medalla de la
Marina de la Cruz por su valentía.
Guy fue uno de los siete hijos de una familia
mexicano-norteamericana. Se crió en el Este
de Los Angeles, donde como un niño de diez
años iba a ganarse la vida lustrando zapatos.
Guy se mudó de su casa a la edad de 12
años y se mudó con la familia Nakanos, una
familia japonesa-americana que él considera
su familia. Asistió a la escuela de idiomas
todos los días con los hijos de la familia Nakanos, y aprendió a hablar japonés.
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Fugitive Watch Saludo del dia Conmemorativo
Cuando comenzó la Segunda Guerra Mundial,
el Ejército de los EE.UU. puso a la familia Nakanos en un campo de las deslocalizaciones
en el desierto de Arizona. Guy se unió al Cuerpo de Marines de Estados Unidos cuando
cumplio sus 17 años.
Cerca del final de la
Segunda Guerra Mundial, los Estados Unidos
prevista para una invasión a gran escala de
Japón. La captura de Saipán isla el fin de
establecer campos de aterrizaje de los bombarderos B-29 Superfortress que se utilizarían
durante la planeada invasión de Japón. El 15
de junio de 1944, una armada de 535 buques
que transportan 127.570 estadounidenses
que incluyó la segunda y cuarta division de
marines que comenzó la invasión de Saipán.
los soldados japoneses se negaron a rendirse
durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial y fueron
ordenados por sus superiores para matar a
siete soldados estadounidenses por cada
soldado japonés muerto o estaban a cometer
suicidio. Guy empezó a llevar a los presos
en el primer día que llegó en Saipan. La
primera noche de Guy fue en Saipan, salió
por su cuenta y trajo dos presos por hablar en
japonés con ellos. Fue reprendido por sus
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Tavarie Eperson & Kenneth Lee
ROBBERY
Suspects Tavarie Eperson and Kenneth Lee have allegedly been positively
identified in the armed robbery of a 61 year old Southeast Asian male victim.
On March 20th the two suspects drove up next to the victim in the 4900 block
of East Balch where they stopped next to him, opened the victim’s car door,
and then forcefully tried to pull the victim out of his car at gun point. As the
victim fought back, the suspects tore the victim’s wallet out of his pants getting away with over $1500.00 in cash.
Along with the suspects being
positively identified, the firearm used in the robbery was
described as either a rifle or a
shotgun with a homemade pistol
grip. The vehicle driven by the
suspects has been recovered.
superiores para abandonar su puesto, pero
la noche siguiente salió y lo hizo de nuevo.
Con mucho cuidado se acercó a una cueva,
dispararon a los guardias en el exterior, se
trasladó a un lado de la cueva, y le gritó en
japonés, “Están rodeados y no tienen más
remedio que rendirse. Salgan, y no morirán!
Les aseguro que serán bien tratados. No queremos matarlos! “ A la mañana siguiente regresó con 50 prisioneros japoneses. Después
de eso el oficial al mando de Guy le permitió
seguir saliendo solo. El 7 de
julio de 1944, Guy escuchó
miles de tropas japonesas
preparando para una gran
“banzai” de carga. El ataque
no tuvo éxito y se retiraron
los soldados sobrevivientes
japoneses. Al día siguiente,
Guy capturó a dos guardias
y convenció a uno de ellos
para volver a la cueva con
su mensaje a rendirse. Poco
tiempo después, un capitán
japonés se presentó y aceptó las condiciones de Guy
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de rendirse. Más de 800 soldados japoneses
se rindieron ante Guy y fue conocido como el
“Flautista de Saipán”. Guy siguió capturando
más soldados japoneses hasta que fue herido
en una emboscada de ametralladora. Guy fué
acreditado finalmente con la captura de más
de 1.500 soldados japoneses y fue recomendado para la Medalla de Honor, pero concedió
la Medalla de Estrella Plateada.
La vida de Guy Gabaldón fue retratada en
la popular película de Hollywood “From Hell
to Eternity”. Desafortunadamente Hollywood cambió su
carácter a un hombre blanco
y fue interpretado por un
actor blanco cual nombre es
Jeffrey Hunter.
Guy Gabaldón en el “movie
set” con Jeffrey Hunter,
David Janssen, Vic Damone
-1960
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MICHAEL CARROLL
ARREST WARRANT
Please share this photo of a convicted rapist who told his victim her crying
turned him on. His name is Michael Carroll and he has a $100,000 warrant for
his arrest. This predator lured a woman to his home where he raped her and
beat her with a rope. He told her he had been planning it for days. But, it’s not
his only rape conviction.
“Not long after he got out of prison from that
conviction, he approached another woman on the
street who he didn’t know. He dragged her into his
vehicle, took her to a vacant house and sexually
assaulted her repeatedly,” says King County Sgt.
Cindi West. “He made a comment to her that he
didn’t care if he went back to prison cause he just
got out. This guy is a predator. We’re worried that
he might try to find another victim and we really
need to locate him.”
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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
hotline number (se habla español) or 9-1-1 for an immediate sighting.
12-372 & 12-373
Janet Barreto
Ramon Barreto
ALLEGED MANSLAUGHTER
HOTLINE: 1-800-9CAUGHT
EMAIL: [email protected]
The US Marshal’s Office is currently seeking Janet and Ramon Barreto on warrants charging them with alleged manslaughter in connection with the death of their
2 year old daughter Enna Barreto in Union County, Mississippi in 2008.
They also are accused of abusing eight other children and running a puppy mill. Marshals report that from 2005 to 2006, Barreto and her husband, Ramon Barreto, are suspected of traveling to Guatemala on multiple occasions to purchase children from a local adoption agency.
Upon returning to the United States, the children were allegedly physically abused, malnourished and forced to sleep in deplorable conditions.
The children were purportedly often punished with beatings and on various occasions duct-taped to their beds,
punched in the stomach and forced to endure having their heads submerged under
water.
In 2008, the abuse led to the death of one of their adopted children, a 2-year-old
girl Enna Barreto.
Detectives report they were arrested and then freed on bail. They then fled and are
still at large. They were last believed to be hiding in California.
Janet Barreto needs to use insulin and always wears black clothing. She is
described as being about 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighing about 300 pounds. She
may be using the alias of Victoria or Vicky. She has thin black hair but is known to
wear blond wigs.Ramon Barreto is about the same height as his wife and weighs
close to 140 pounds. He has used the names Ramiro, Juan and Christian.
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14-207
UNKNOWN
ROBBERY
The Colorado Springs Police Department is asking for the public’s help in
identifying the two suspects in these photos. According to authorities, on
March 21, 2014, these suspects entered the JC Penny Store at the Citadel
Mall and selected merchandise to steal. The female suspect was contacted
by store employees as she was leaving the store.
The male suspect then brandished a handgun
and demanded the employee release the female
suspect. Both suspects then fled in what is
believed to be a silver Chrysler sedan.
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12-166
Fidel Urbina
murder
The Chicago Police Department is currently seeking Fidel Urbina on warrants charging him with two
murders. In March of 1998 Fidel Urbina allegedly
beat and raped a woman in an auto repair garage.
He then forced into his car, took her to his house
and again beat and raped her. She was eventually
able to escape and call police. He was arrested but a judge released him on
bail. While out on bail, he allegedly beat, raped and strangled a second woman
to death. He then put her body in the trunk of a car and lit it on fire. Urbina has
scars pock marks and acne on his right cheek and
may have fled to Durango, Mexico but may have
returned to the US using an alias. He is known to use
the aliases: Lorenzo Maes, Fernando Ramos, Fidel
Bahena, Fidel Urbina Aguirre, Lorenzo Fidel, Lorenzo
M. Maes, Marcos Antonio and Victor Urbina, “Tonorio”.
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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.
14-214
UNKNOWN
14-211
UNKNOWN
Police in Richmond, California are asking
for the public’s help in identifying two people of interest connected to a shooting that
seriously wounded two victims in a strip
mall parking lot. Surveillance images from
the Wingstop restaurant in the strip mall
on MacDonald Ave. show two young men
suspected of involvement in the shooting. A 17-year-old boy and a 23-year-old
man, both from Richmond, were injured in
the shooting and taken to area hospitals.
Police said the shooting suspects’ vehicle
is described as a silver or gray Infiniti FX
SUV.
Newark police are asking for the public’s
help in identifying a suspect they believe
stole several bicycles from Newark Memorial High School. The suspect was caught
on camera taking at least two bikes from
the school at 39375 Cedar Blvd., police
said. The suspect is described by police as
a white man in his late 30s who is about
5 feet 8 to 5 feet
9 inches tall with
brown graying
collar-length hair,
a mustache and
a pock-marked
face. Police said
he was wearing a
tan baseball cap,
a brown jacket,
black pants and black-and-white shoes
when he stole the bicycles.
ROBBERY
THEFT
HOTLINE: 1-800-9CAUGHT
EMAIL: [email protected]
14-241
MONTY TIMMONS
WARRANT VIOLATION
Monty Timmons has two felony warrants for his arrest. He is wanted on
a no bail parole violation warrant. He
also has $115,000 felony warrant for
failing to
register.
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14-242
FLASH BLANTON
FAILURE TO REGISTER
VIOLATING PROBATION
Flash Blanton has two felony warrants for his arrest. He is currently
on probation for failing to register
and has a no bail bench warrant for
violating his probation. He also has
a $15,000 felony warrant for failing to
register.
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14-240
ORVILLE FLEMING
MURDER
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is currently seeking 55-year-old
Orville Fleming for the alleged murder of his 26-year-old fiancee Sarah Jane
Douglas. He allegedly fled in a Cal-Fire pickup truck but the pickup has been
found and impounded.
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14-235
UNKNOWN
ROBBERY
Oakland police are asking for the public’s help in
finding a woman suspected of robbing an elderly
man last month. According to police, the 82-yearold victim was walking near Coolidge and Brookdale avenues in the city’s Upper Peralta Creek area
around 7:15 p.m. on March 28 when he was robbed.
Police describe the suspect as a woman between 40 and 50 years old of
either Hispanic or African-American heritage who is 5 feet 6 inches tall and
weighs between 150 and 180 pounds.
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SUSPECT
ORVILLE FLEMING
VICTIM
SARAH JANE DOUGLAS
14-245
UNKNOWN
BANK ROBBERY
Hayward police are searching for a suspect who
robbed a bank earlier this week while wearing a
t-shirt proclaiming “I have issues.” The suspect,
who was captured on surveillance video footage,
entered the bank at 27000 Hesperian Blvd. in
Hayward shortly before 4 p.m. and approached
the teller window, according to Sgt. Eric Melendez.
He gave the teller a note stating that he was armed and robbing the bank,
and the teller gave him cash from her drawer. The suspect then left the bank
through the front door and left the scene, Melendez said. The suspect was
described as a white or Hispanic male in his 20s, 5 feet 8 inches and weighing
around 185 pounds. He was wearing a t-shirt that read “I have issues” during
the robbery. No firearm was ever actually seen during the robbery.
14-217
UNKNOWN
ROBBERY
Santa Cruz police report a violent robbery that
badly injured an 86-year-old woman when two male
suspects tried to snatch her purse. The robbery
happened near the intersection of Center and
Church streets in the downtown area.
The suspects knocked her to the ground and attempted to grab her purse. Unable to take the purse, they fled the scene on foot.
The woman suffered a fractured pelvis and other serious injuries and has
been undergoing hospital treatment. Police said the suspects are described
as white or Hispanic males in their mid to late teens with dark hair.
The person depicted in the sketch is the one who was the predominate attacker. He is described as a white male in his mid teens. Brown Hair and
brown eyes.
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Why
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Fugitive Watch Program Endorses Kevin Jensen
of Santa Clara County
The Fugitive Watch Program helps
law enforcement locate dangerous
fugitives by featuring them on our
television program, newspaper and
the internet free of charge to law
enforcement saving tax payers millions of dollars. Under the previous
sheriff, Charles Gillingham, Fugitive
Watch had the full participation and
cooperation of all federal, state and
local law enforcement agencies, including the sheriff’s department.
Thousands of arrest warrants are
held by the sheriff’s department
and the sheriff has a responsibility to arrest people wanted by these
warrants. Under the administration
of Laurie Smith, the sheriff’s department’s participation became virtually non-existent. When we asked for
an appointment to meet with her to
discuss how we could re-energize
the sheriff’s department’s participation and take advantage of our free
service, she refused to meet with us
without explanation.
Being sheriff is a leadership position and being a leader is the most
conducive
to running a
successful
organization.
Having the
title does not
make you a
leader. She
has been
described as
a person that
manages her
employees through fear and intimidation and rarely if ever wears her
uniform.
Her endorsements listed on her website come primarily from politicians.
Almost 100% of the thousands of
law enforcement officers throughout
Santa Clara County, including her
own rank and file, refuse to endorse
her and describe her as a failed
leader and worse.
On the other hand,
we met with Kevin
Jensen and spoke
with him at length
about his visions
and ideas to improve the sheriff’s
department. We
also spoke with
many law enforcement officers throughout the county
who describe him as a true leader
with the talents needed to revitalize
the sheriff’s department and return it
for
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Sheriff
to its full potential .
Almost 100% of the thousands of
law enforcement officers throughout
Santa Clara County, including the
sheriff’s department’s own rank and
file, endorse him and describe him
as a leader and exactly the person
we need as sheriff.
We believe one the most important
needs our men and women, who risk
their lives for us, must have is leadership. Kevin is a man of integrity
with a strong work ethic and a proven leader. This is why it is an honor
for us to endorse Kevin Jensen for
Sheriff of Santa Clara County.
This Op-Ed is the opinion of
Steve
Ferdin, CEO and Scott Castruita,
President
Fugitive Watch Productions, Inc.
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14-224
EDDIE VANHOUTEN
PROBATION VIOLATION
Eddie VanHouten has been on the run
since late 2005, after police in California say he violated his probation. In
2004, Eddie Monroe VanHouten was
arrested for despicable crimes: molesting two young girls ages 6 and 7.
Once in custody, he pled guilty to two
felony counts of felony child molestation. VanHouten was granted 10 years
probation and ordered to register as a
sex offender.
14-218
VICTOR BARNARD
SEXUAL ASSAULT
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
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A nationwide manhunt is underway for
Victor Arden Barnard wanted for 59
counts of Child Rape. He was the leader of religious sect and likened himself
to Jesus Christ. Pine County Sheriff’s
Office in Washington reports Barnard
began having sex with a couple girls
as young as 13.He allegedly told them
he represented God’s flesh, it was OK
and not to tell anyone.
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Kimberly Langley Spicer
Todd Spicer
FRAUD
The Financial Crimes Unit needs help locating wanted subjects Kimberly Langley Spicer and Todd Spicer. They are also wanted for questioning in connection
to a major fraud ring in Tulsa. The fraud ring is
suspected of supplying and producing fraudulent
checks and ID’s.
Suspect Information:
Kimberly (Langley) Spicer, 04/17/1966, W/F,
5’05”, 120 lbs. with blonde hair and blue eyes.
Wanted on one outstanding misdemeanor warrant for Larceny from Retailer.
Todd Spicer, 02/16/1969, W/M, 6’04”, 195 lbs.
with brown hair.
Wanted on three outstanding
misdemeanor warrants for traffic violations.
Suspect Vehicle: Ford Explorer 4 door bearing
OK 354-JQK maroon in color.
HOTLINE: 1-800-9CAUGHT
EMAIL: [email protected]
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14-243
UNKNOWN
ROBBERY
Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety is asking for
the public’s help in identifying the man in this sketch.
Detectives report that on 05/03/2014, at about 3:00
pm, this man committed a home invasion robbery in the 1000 block of Syracuse. Investigating officers found that an elderly couple had been robbed at
gun point, and the suspect had fled the area.
The victim stated the suspect had been on her property at the front door the
previous day to the robbery. The victim saw the suspect walk up to her front
door and crouch down. The victim believing the suspect was delivering a
package opened the door. The suspect stood up and appeared to be saying
something about a “job”. The victim could not understand the suspect and
closed the door.
The suspect was described as a Hispanic male between 35-40 years of age,
5’7”, with an average build. The suspect was wearing a green t-shirt, possibly
wearing a dark colored jacket, and dark pants. The suspect was further described as having a full beard that was trimmed, and had a Hispanic accent.
14-234
TEVIN TAYLOR
MURDER
Stockton, California police detectives have identified Tevin Taylor, a 23 year old man, as the second
suspect who fled from the suspect vehicle after
the fatal traffic collision on April 24, 2014 at West
Lane and West Lane Frontage Road. Tevin Taylor is
wanted for robbery and homicide.
Police say Taylor and the driver, Brittney Tamayo allegedly robbed a
woman. As the fled the scene they crashed into a car killing a man
and his girlfriend. They both fled the scene but Tamayo returned to
the scene and was arrested.
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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burglary
04/25/2014 at 2:10 PM, a burglary occurred
in the 26000 block of Snell Court in Los
Altos Hills. The suspect in the photo rang
the door bell. When no one answered he
went around the back of the residence and
entered through an unlocked bathroom
window. Attached is a photograph of the
suspect captured on the resident’s surveillance system.
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JEREMY LEGGETT
PAROLE VIOLATION
The California Department of Corrections reports that
Jeremy Leggett has allegedly failed to comply with
terms and conditions of his parole. He is now considered a parolee at large. Leggett knows that he is in
violation and has made no attempts to turn himself in.
Leggett has multiple Sex convictions with minors. He is young in appearance and associates with younger crowds. Leggett is believed to be in
Modesto, California but is also known to frequent the San Jose and East
Bay areas of California.
Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or
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BANK ROBBERY
A man robbed a bank in Larkfield Thursday
afternoon and the suspect remains at large
despite a search of the area, sheriff’s officials
said. The Exchange Bank at 500 Larkfield
Center was reported to have been robbed at
about 12:20 p.m., according to the Sonoma
County Sheriff’s Office. A man who appeared
to be in his 20s walked into the bank and demanded cash.
He was given the money and put it in a grocery bag and ran out of the bank and
southeast through the Larkfield Center parking lot, sheriff’s officials said. His
picture was captured on surveillance video. Deputies searched the surrounding area but were unable to locate the man and he remains at large, sheriff’s
officials said.
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10-Year-Old Boy Kidnapped,
Boy Sings Gospel for 3 Hours
Until Kidnapper Releases Him
Willie Myrick said he was in his front
yard and bent down to pick up money
when somebody grabbed him and
threw him in a car.
“He told me he didn’t want to hear a
word from me,” Myrick said. That’s
when Myrick began to sing a gospel
song called “Every Praise.” The kidnapper started cursing and repeatedly told
Myrick to shut up, but he
wouldn’t. He sang the song
for about three hours until the
kidnapper got so sick of him
he threw him out of the car.
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Autodefensas
son ahora
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Policía Rural
de
Michoacán
La ceremonia de legalización celebrada
en Tepalcatepec estuvo encabezada
por el comisionado de seguridad del
Estado, Alfredo Castillo y por Estanislao Beltrán, conocido como “Papá
Pitufo”.
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El comisionado Castillo pasó revista
y saludó uno por uno a los nuevos
policías, que regresarán a sus actividades normales y actuarán como
reservistas voluntarios si la autoridad
los convoca para alguna situación de
emergencia.
Aseguró que al ser quienes inician con
la legalización, deben darle el ejemplo
al resto de autodefensas, para que no
se salgan de control.
manera legal”, dijo Beltrán, mientras a
sus compañeros les iban entregando
una pistola Beretta 9mm y un fusil de
asalto R-15.
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child pornography
Luis Tejada was indicted on October
29, 2010, by the United States District
Court, District of Maryland, Greenbelt, Maryland, for distribution of child
pornography and a federal warrant was
issued for his arrest. It is alleged that
Tejada distributed child pornography images and video via the Internet.
Tejada speaks fluent Spanish. He has
ties to New York, Maryland, and El Salvador. Tejada is a citizen of the United
States and has a U.S. Passport.
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“Ya somos parte del Gobierno, ya
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La Policía Rural operará de forma
inicial en los municipios de Buenavista
Tomatlán y Tepalcatepec, en la región
de Tierra Caliente de Michoacán, los
dos primeros en contar con grupos de
autodefensa.
El Gobierno federal legalizó a los grupos de autodefensa de Michoacán el
mismo día en que se cumplía el plazo
para que éstos entregaran las armas.
Los autodefensas, que antes hacían
frente al crimen organizado con una
camisa blanca con la leyenda “autodefensas”, ahora lo harán con uniformes
azul marino y la leyenda “Policía Estatal, Fuerza Rural”.
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“Estamos logrando objetivos concretos
en la creación de instituciones sólidas
que respeten a la gente y son ustedes
quienes tienen la responsabilidad de
defender a sus vecinos de la delincuencia y el crimen organizado”.
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Why So Many Police Officers Attend Police Funerals
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Law Enforcement Does Not Have Arlington Ladies: Law Enforcement Officers Have Their Families And Each Other
As National Police Week gets underway next
week, we take some time to think about fallen officers even more that we do during the rest of the
year. In my career, I attended many law enforcement funerals — more than I wanted to, and fewer
than I should have.
Many civilians question why so many officers attend another officer’s funeral — they seem to not
understand why officers go to pay their respects
to someone they didn’t know. Some civilians might
be pessimistic and think it is just to attend a big
party following the funeral. Others might believe
it is just to obtain a day off from work. Both ideas
are incorrect.
Hell, there are probably some officers as well who
don’t fully understand why they have to be there
— they just somehow, somewhere, deep down in
their hearts know it is the proper thing to do.
The History of the Arlington Ladies
Recently I
was watching a program on The History Channel
about Arlington National Cemetery. The documentary took the time to visit and explain many of
the special memorials and monuments within the
hallowed grounds. The show gave a list of requirements that must be met in order to be buried in
Arlington National Cemetery.
It also told of the hierarchy of entitlements, as
well as the significance, of the many rituals and
ceremonies that are performed. For example,
the riderless horse and the artillery caisson are
reserved for military officers, but the survivors
of every buried veteran
receive an American
flag, folded in a triangle.
This represents the
tri-cornered hat of our
patriotic Revolutionary
War soldiers. It does
not matter how big or
small the funeral. Nor is
it important whether the
veteran is being carried
in a casket or placed in an urn. Each deceased
veteran receives a full honor guard — something
to which he is entitled.
Another special part of the ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery was explained in a rather
sad but poignant way; at a funeral, one man in a
suit stood alone at a grave site. There were four
empty chairs behind him. The honor guard mem-
ber presented him with the folded American Flag
and thanked him on behalf of our country. From
the corner of the television screen, came another
gentleman escorting a woman. He presented
her to the survivor. The woman was one of the
“Arlington Ladies.”
day on, no veteran ever again would go to his
grave alone in Arlington. That is why the Arlington
Ladies were organized. The Arlington Ladies are
special people who should be honored and cherished for what they do — they pay final homage to
our fallen veterans.
Each funeral at Arlington
is attended by an Arlington Lady. They pay their
respects to the bereaved,
and give a handwritten
note of condolence to
the family. They attend
the funeral and pay their
respects even if the
veteran has no family or
friends in attendance.
We Don’t Have Arlington Ladies
These special
ladies make it easy to see why so many law
enforcement officers attend a fallen comrade’s
funeral. Law enforcement does not have Arlington
Ladies — law enforcement officers have their
families and each other.
There are 150 of these special women. They
are wives, widows, and mothers of military
personnel. The organization was started in 1972,
at the request of General Creighton Abrams.
The general was passing a funeral in progress
and saw that nobody was in attendance but the
honor guard.
General Abrams was upset. He vowed from that
Members of the law enforcement community will
not let a fellow officer go alone to his final resting
place. Law enforcement officers look after their
own until the end.
Maybe if the American public took the time, they
could learn how important honor and respect really
are, from their law enforcement officers. Maybe
if the public had the same sense of courtesy and
respect that law enforcement officers do, there no
longer would be a need for the Arlington Ladies.
Written by Keith Bettinger, Suffolk, New York
County Police Officer (Retired)
ESCAPE
The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office is currently
seeking Richard Sasse on a warrant charging him
with allegedly escaping from jail. According to
deputies,Sasse escaped from the medium security
jail known as Rountree Detention Facilities outside
Watsonville and was discovered missing the next morning.
Through further investigation, the sheriff’s office learned that Sasse was part of
a cleaning crew in the jail’s inmate cafeteria and was able to escape through
the kitchen after manipulating a locked door. When the inmate was discovered
missing, the sheriff’s office put out an alert to all law enforcement in the area.
Before Sasse escaped, he was in custody awaiting sentencing for carjacking,
burglary, armed robbery, possession of narcotics, carrying a concealed weapon
and possession of a firearm. The sheriff’s office said Sasse is fluent in English
and Spanish and they believe that he may be heading to Mexico or Washington,
where he has family. Sasse is described as 6 feet tall, 155 pounds, with brown
medium-length hair and blue eyes.
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INDECENT EXPOSURE
Santa Cruz police today released a sketch of a man
suspected of committing lewd behavior in front of
two young girls on a neighborhood street in Santa
Cruz on April 8. The man was driving his car at
about 7:20 p.m. that day when he went by the two
girls, ages 8 and 13, as they walked near the corner
of Dufour Street and Graham Avenue, Deputy Police Chief Steve Clark said.
The suspect circled back, pulled his car up beside the girls and rolled down his
passenger window to get their attention, Clark said. As the girls looked into his
car, they noticed that he was wearing only a gray shirt and he was looking at
them while masturbating in the car, according to police. The girls later told police
that they screamed and ran away. The man was described as 40 to 50 years old,
with a “large belly, fat thighs and skinny ankles.”
The license plate on his car may have had an “H” and the number 7 on it, police
said. The girls said his car was white and looked similar to a Toyota Prius.
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Movie Critics Corner: Under
the
Skin
leaves the entirety of the plot’s exposition
upon the audience’s interpretation.
Adapted jointly by British and American
studios from Michel Faber’s 2000 novel of
the same name, 2013’s Under the Skin stars
Scarlett Johansson as an extra-terrestrial
impersonating a woman as she travels about
Scotland luring men to their demise with her
attractiveness. English director Jonathan
Glazer’s is blatantly Kubrick-esque in his
directing style in the sense that the film’s cinematography is visually allegorical and dense
while his own method of storytelling, concerning the plot, is fairly minimalistic.
After an initial viewing one would get the impression that this movie is fairly hostile to the
casual audience as verbal dialogue is rather
sparse and conversations between characters are few and far between. However, this
is compensated through the extensive use
of body language and visual representation
which communicates much more frequently
than the characters themselves. One of the
film’s most noteworthy attributes would be the
soundtrack which works effective because it is
so captivating and memorable; Mica Levi film
score is hauntingly eerie creating a sense of
tension and dread acoustically complementing
Don’t expect to fully comprehend the entirety
of the movie after a single viewing which
leaves more questions than answers. In what
is perhaps a clever marketing ploy, you’re
initial response after the credits begin to flash
is to immediately re-watch what you’ve just
experienced in an attempt to make sense of
it. Visually and acoustically memorable, Under
the Skin demands a lot of effort from its audience but those who are interested in the niche
genre of art-house horror will find themselves
with a unique viewing experience.
By Steven Ferdin Jr.
the onscreen action. In addition to exceptional
audio, this movie’s visuals are also just on
par if not superior, constantly developing from
scenic Scottish landscapes and interiors to
sequences of figurative surreal dreamscapes
which quickly turn into nightmare fuel. Under
the Skin is considerably disturbing largely
due to its cryptic method of storytelling which
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