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October 2012 - Fugitive Watch
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Featured Fugitives
ID
Fugitive
Want
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12-275 Raul “Nef ” Torres
Attempted Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . 4
12-276 Jeffrey Barth
Parole Violation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
12-284 Thomas Lee Elkins
Parole Violation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
12-285Unknown
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
12-277Unknown
Fraud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
12-278Unknown
Fraud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
12-286 Godfrey Jamal Jackson
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Movie Critics Corner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
12-271 Hugo Viveros
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Abate el Ejército a Manuel Torres Felix “El M-1”, Líder del
Cartel de Sinaloa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
12-272 Edward Allen
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
12-269 Unknown
Indecent Exposure . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Business Sponsors Web Watch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
12-265 Dylan Lemalie
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Bustin’ Up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
10-69
Fugitive Watch: Comcast on Demand. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
12-280 Mario Calderon
Attempted Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . 15
12-259 Unknown Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
12-282 Angel Padilla
Attempted Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . 18
12-283Unknown
Theft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
PedÕfilos Convictos Lucha Contra ProhibiciÕn de Halloween. . . . . . . . 6
Sex Offenders Fighting Halloween Ban . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Apprehended. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Parenting Teens Just Got Easier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Fugitive Watch Factoids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
In Memoriam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Más Policías Investigados por la EjecuciÕn de José Eduardo Moreira. . . 14
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Raul “nef” Torres
Attempted Murder
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On October 16, 2009 a gang related assault occurred in
Redwood City. An alleged Sureno Gang member was stabbed in the neck by a group
of Norteno gang members. The victim survived but suffered major injuries. Follow up
investigation revealed that one of the suspects is allegedly Raul Torres.
There is a $500,000 arrest warrant for Torres for alleged attempted murder and a gang
enhancement.
Torres, who goes by the moniker “NEF” is a Redwood City Little Mexico Gang Norteno. He
should be considered armed and dangerous.
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jeffrey barth
parole violation
Jeffrey Barth is currently being sought by the Washington State
Department of Corrections on a warrant charging him with failing to
report to the department. He was being supervised for first-degree
kidnapping. Barth had been convicted of kidnapping in connection
with the murder of a young woman that was stuffed into a duffel bag driven to a remote
location and shot dead. Barth who was present at the time of the crime, was allowed to plead
guilty to kidnapping in exchange for his testimony against his accomplices.
Barth faced up to life in prison had he been convicted of the original charges of first-degree
murder, first-degree kidnapping and conspiracy to commit firstdegree kidnapping. By pleading guilty to the reduced charge, he
received a reduced sentenced.
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victim: Rachel Burkheimer
12-284
Thomas Lee Elkins
parole violation
The Texas Department of Public Safety reports that Thomas Lee
Elkins is wanted for a felony charge of Failure to Comply with
Civil Commitment Requirements. According to detectives, Elkins
is identified as a sexually violent predator and fled from an east
Houston halfway house where he was electronically monitored
until October 5, 2012. He has worked as a truck driver and diesel
mechanic. He has allegedly been arrested for Aggravated Sexual
Assault, Assault, Aggravated Kidnapping, Aggravated Rape,
Forcible Rape and Indecent Liberties with Child. Elkins is approximately 6 feet 6 inches
tall and weighs about 200 pounds. He has blue eyes, grey hair, a distinctive “Fu Manchu”
moustache, wears silver glasses for reading only, and walks with a limp. He has also been
known to shave his head and facial hair.
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unknown
robbery
robo
A female clerk was allegedly brutally beat during a robbery of a gas station convenience store
in West Covina and the crime was caught on camera. Police in West Covina have released a
video they say shows a man robbing a gas station convenience store and repeatedly punching
the woman who was working there. The man finally leaves 50-year-old woman when she gets
down on the ground.
The suspect is white, between 30 and 40 years old and between 5’ 8” and 5’ 10,” Lopez said.
At the time of the alleged assault and robbery, he had blond hair, a mustache and a goatee.
He was wearing a baseball cap, dark-colored short-sleeve shirt, light pants and sunglasses.
The video may be seen on the Fugitive Watch web site www.fugitive.com. WARNING VIDEO
IS VIOLENT AND NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN.
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Pedófilos Convictos Lucha Contra
Prohibición de Halloween
Los pedófilos convictos están demandando a una ley que limita sus actividades
el dia de Halloween. La nueva ley prohíbe
que agresores sexuales registrados en Simi
Valley muestren decoraciones de Halloween, abran la puerta y repartan dulces a los
ninos, y que tengan alumbrado al exterior de
sus casas después del atardecer el 31 de
Octubre, 2012. A los delincuentes sexuales
incluidos en el sitio de internet, Megan’s
Law, se les requiere que pongan un cartel
en la puerta frontal de sus casas con letras
de una pulgada de altura por lo mínimo que
diga “No dulces o golosinas en esta residencia. Los abogados que representan a
cinco agresores sexuales registrados en la
demanda dicen que los requisitos violan los
derechos de libre expresión. La demanda
pide que un juez federal dicte una orden
judicial para detener que la ciudad cumpla
con la nueva ley.
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Sex Offenders Fighting Halloween Ban
Convicted pedophiles are suing over a
law that restricts their activities on Halloween. The new law prohibits registered sex
offenders in Simi Valley from displaying
Halloween decorations, answering the door
to trick-or-treaters or having outside lighting
after dark on Oct. 31, 2012. Sex offenders
listed on the Megan’s Law website are also
required to post a sign on the front door in
letters at least on inch tall that reads “No
candy or treats” at this residence.” Attorney’s representing five registered sex offenders say in the lawsuit that both requirements violate free speech rights. The suit
will be asking a federal judge to issue an
injunction to stop the city from enforcing the
new law.
Video Newscast with More Details Can
Be Seen at www.fugitive.com
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11-175
Edward Salas
A U.S. Marshals Service 15 Most Wanted fugitive Edward Salas was arrested on
October 4, 2012, in Chihuahua City, Chihuahua, Mexico, by the Policia Federal Ministerial in coordination with the U.S. Marshals Service. A convicted child killer, Salas
and an accomplice Noe Torres escaped from the Curry County Detention Center in
Clovis, New Mexico, in August 2008, and remained at large ever since. At the time of
his escape, Salas was serving a life sentence plus 56 years for his role in the murder of
10-year-old Carlos Perez. According to police, Salas and Torres shot and killed Carlos
as he slept in his bed. They both fled to Mexico, where Salas became a hired assassin
for the Zetas drug cartel.
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Noe Torres
The Policia Federal Ministerial and US Marshals Service tracked Salas down and
arrested him. He was transported to a maximum security prison in Mexico City until he
was transported by Mexican police to the US and handed over to New Mexico State
Police officers.
On January 21, 2012, Mexican police located arrested Noe Torres at a religious
compound in Chihuahua. Torres lead authorities to his location when he wrote a letter
proclaiming his innocence to New Mexico Governor Susanna Martinez. Governor Martinez immediately handed the letter over to Chihuahua Governor César Horacio Duarte
Jáquez requesting his assistance in arresting Torres.
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Coach and Marriage & Family therapist in
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unknown
Fraud
fraude
San Jose police are looking for two men suspected of conning an
elderly woman out of her life savings last month. On Sept. 12, the
woman was walking near South 24th and East San Antonio Street
when a Hispanic man in his 40s approached her and asked for
directions to a business, police said. Then the second suspect, a Hispanic man in his 20s who
was standing nearby joined the conversation, police said. Soon after, the older man allegedly
grabbed the woman by the shoulders and pushed her towards a dark gray minivan parked
nearby, police said.
Then the younger man pulled a lottery ticket out of his pocket,
told the woman it was worth a large sum of money and called
the California Lottery Commission on speakerphone, police said.
On the other line, police said, the woman heard a female voice
saying that the man needed collateral and a person who was a
United States citizen to cash in his ticket.
The woman believed the ruse and gave the suspected a large
amount of money, before being dropped off and left in the area
of South King Road and Virginia Avenue, according to police.
Police say the first suspect is described as a Hispanic man in his
40s, about five feet seven inches tall, with a medium to heavy
build and short brown hair. The second suspect is in his 20s,
about five feet five inches tall with brown wavy hair.
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Well, this summer we’ve reached a new
milestone in the Saso family.
After a few years of being empty nesters we now have a full house again. Our
sons moved back home, first one then the
other. Then in June, after our youngest
graduated from UC Santa Barbara, she
returned.
Times are changing.
It is much harder for young adult kids to
make it on their own. At least this is true
in Silicon Valley.
Our boys tried. But the cost of rent and
living expenses made it hard. They tell
us they are moving home to save for the
future and want to get out ASAP.
To help them out with this goal we are
charging rent. It is like a forced savings.
They don’t know this, of course, so please
don’t tell our secret. They are upset with
our decision.
Real parents would never do this!
Well, I’m for real. And life isn’t fair! Rent
is due on the 1st.
It is very different with adult kids at
home than teenagers, yet some things
remain the same.
Complaints about their expectations
of us and their sleep schedules haven’t
changed. My boys are nocturnal, like
night owls, but I no longer feel obligated
to get them on a normal sleep cycle nor
to get them up on time. And as long as
I don’t hear them in the wee hours I’m
okay. So far so good.
We had to adjust to household chores.
It took some time to work out this new
community living arrangement. At first the
kids thought since they were paying rent
they shouldn’t have to help out.
Why do chores when you are already
taking our money! Then move to Motel 6.
They’ll even leave the light on for you.
I have to say, our middle son is becoming quite the gardener. He definitely
inherited the Saso genes. Our gardens
are beautiful thanks to Paul. We may be
the second generation of Sasos to get
garden photos in Sunset Magazine!
There have been some positive unexpected changes.
I could never have planned this, but
there is healing happening between parents and children.
We have had real conversations about
past hurts. It is hard and painful to hear
about my parenting crimes from my son.
But the dialogue has gone both ways
and what has been birthed is a whole
new healthy relationship. Respectful and
considerate.
I enjoy having my kids around now.
When they were all in high school I
hated being a parent. I wanted them all
to go off to college far-far away. I was
even willing to pay!
But times are different now. I have
grown. I have been more honest with
myself about how I placed my agenda
on my kids, even when they didn’t want
me to. It has become clear as a Colorado blue sky my part in all our conflict. I
was blinded by that a few years back.
I do have one serious complaint,
though.
Why can’t three young adult children
in their early twenties, EVER get a new
role of toilet paper back on the holder?
Enjoy the rest of your summer. And
for more good ideas on how to survive
the adolescent years please visit our
parenting resources at SasoSeminars.
com:
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Parenting Teens Just Got Easier
by Patt Saso
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Godfrey Jamal Jackson
Murder
asesinato
On October 15th, 2012, Oakland police surrounded a home after receiving a call about a
dispute there. Some people who were inside the home exited the residence and told officers
that an additional person was inside and was wanted for the alleged murder of Mi Andrew
Rachel in Oakland. The suspect was identified as Godfrey Jamal Jackson, 27, who has a
warrant for his arrest in connection with the Sept. 6 fatal shooting of in the 900 block of West
MacArthur Boulevard. A SWAT team entered the home and after a search concluded that the
Jackson was not inside. Jackson is considered armed and dangerous.
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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Hugo Viveros
murder
asesinato
Two San Leandro men are wanted in connection with the murder of another San Leandro
man in his home, the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office said today. Romeo Weaver, 25, was
shot and killed in his apartment on the 1100 block of Kentwood Lane in unincorporated San
Leandro, according to Sgt. J.D. Nelson. He was found there around 12:15 a.m. on Sept. 16
after deputies responded to reports of shots fired, and was pronounced dead at the scene,
Nelson said. Investigators have identified Hugo Viveros, 18, and Edward Allen, 17, both of
San Leandro, as suspects in the shooting.
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.
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Edward Allen
murder
Asesinato
Two San Leandro men are wanted in connection with the murder of another San Leandro
man in his home, the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office said today. Romeo Weaver, 25, was
shot and killed in his apartment on the 1100 block of Kentwood Lane in unincorporated San
Leandro, according to Sgt. J.D. Nelson. He was found there around 12:15 a.m. on Sept. 16
after deputies responded to reports of shots fired, and was pronounced dead at the scene,
Nelson said. Investigators have identified Hugo Viveros, 18, and Edward Allen, 17, both of San
Leandro, as suspects in the shooting.
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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The Democratic Donkey and the
Republican Elephant
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Ever wondered what the story was
behind these two famous party animals?
The now-famous Democratic donkey
was first associated with Democrat
Andrew Jackson’s 1828 presidential
campaign. His opponents called him
a jackass (a donkey), and Jackson
decided to use the image of the
strong-willed animal on his campaign
posters. Later, cartoonist Thomas
Nast used the Democratic donkey in
newspaper cartoons and made the
symbol famous.
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Washington DC is the richest city in
the US.
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San Jose is the 2nd richest city in the
US.
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Fugitive Watch Factoids
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From 2004 to 2011, Carnival Cruise
Lines paid 1.1% in US federal, state
and foreign taxes on $11.3 billion
dollars in profits.
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Norweigan Cruise Lines has one ship
registered in the US. All other ships
are registered in foreign countries.
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Samhainophobia is the intense fear
of Halloween.
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Halloween is the third biggest party
night of the year, after New Years
Eve and Super Bowl Sunday.
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Pumpkins are actually a fruit.
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Halloween is the 2nd most
commercially successful holiday, with
Christmas being the first.
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Americans spend about $2 billion
dollars annually for Halloween.
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suspect the only reason 110 rounds
was all that was fired was that’s all
the ammunition they had,” he was
not concerned by the number of
shots fired. The suspect had killed a
deputy and a police dog, wounded
another deputy and shot at two
police officers from the Lakeland
Police Department.
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s
Department has over 10,000
deputies, 800 reserve deputies and
400 explorers and 23 sub-stations.
The US is the world’s most heavilyarmed civilian population. One out
of every three Americans knows
someone who has been shot.
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In last 5 years 32,000 guns stolen in
Houston; only 7 percent of the guns
have been recovered.
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The U.S has three gun homicides
per 100,000 people. That’s four times
as many as Switzerland, ten times as
many as India, 20 times as many as
Australia and England.
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When asked by the media why the
suspected killer was shot 68 times?
His deputies fired 110 rounds. Polk
County Sheriff Grady Judd said “I
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In June 1906, 275 mounted troops of
the Arizona State Rangers invaded
Mexico to break-up a strike by
Mexican workers at an American
owned copper mine in Cananea,
Mexico. The Mexican workers were
on strike because they were being
paid half the wage of the American
workers doing the same job.
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Highway Patrol Officer Kenyon
Youngstrom was shot and killed
while making a traffic stop with
another officer on southbound
Interstate Freeway 680, near
Livorna Road in Alamo.
Youngstrom was still speaking
with the subject when the man
suddenly pulled a handgun and
shot him in the head through the
window, knocking him into the
travel lane of the of the highway.
Officer Youngstrom had stopped
on the shoulder of the freeway to
check on a report of a dead deer
near the roadway when the other
officer radioed to him that he
was pulling over a vehicle for an
obstructed license plate. As the
other vehicle approached, Officer
Youngstrom signaled for the
driver to pull in behind his parked
patrol car.
The other officer immediately
returned fire, killing the subject.
After the vehicle stopped Officer
Youngstrom began speaking with
the driver as the other officer
parked behind them. Officer
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Officer Youngstrom was
transported to John Muir Medical
Center where he remained on life
support until succumbing to his
wound.
Officer Youngstrom was a U.S.
Army veteran and had served with
the California Highway Patrol for
seven years. He is survived by his
wife, four children, mother, and
five siblings.
Officer
Kenyon Youngstrom
California Highway Patrol
End of Watch September 5, 2012
On September 29, 2012, Officer
Colvin Georges succumbed to
a gunshot wound sustained four
months earlier while making
contact with a group of men who
were loitering near a car wash in
the Contant area of St. Thomas.
Officer Georges and his partner,
Officer Aaron Hodge were
patrolling the area as the result of
a shooting the previous night.
Police Officer
Colvin Georges
United States Virgin Islands
Police Department
End of Watch September 29, 2012
As the officers approached, one of
the men in the group opened fire
on them. Both officers were able
to return fire, killing one subject
and wounding another.
During the shootout Officer
Georges suffered a serious
On September 5, 2012 at
about 8:20 am, California
gunshot wound to the neck which
paralyzed him from the neck down
and Officer Hodge was shot in the
hand. Officer Georges was flown
to a hospital in Miami, Florida,
where he remained in critical
condition until succumbing to his
wounds.
Officer Georges had served with
the United States Virgin Islands
Police Department for two years.
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unknown
indecent exposure
exibicionista
sexual
Scotts Valley police are asking for the public’s help in tracking down a man in connection with
indecent exposure. On Friday at about 6:30 p.m., the man, described as a tall, heavy set white
male in his late 20s or early 30s with a buzz cut and sideburns, pulled up in his car alongside a
girl on Pinecone and Baja Sol drives, according to police.
The man rolled down the passenger side window of his vehicle, described as a new, small
black car, and asked the girl to get in the car, police said. Police believe the man involved
in Friday’s incident may be associated with a report of indecent exposure from Sept. 14,
according to police.
On that day, at about 5:50 p.m., a 15-year-old girl walked past a small, black car on Estrella
Drive when a man, described as white, overweight, about 26 to 28 years old, with a buzz cut,
opened the door and was masturbating, according to police. The girl fled the scene and the
man sped away in his car, police said. That man was last seen wearing a black shirt, police
said.
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dylan lemalie
murder
asesinato
Police arrested an 18-year-old suspect Thursday in connection with a homicide in San
Francisco’s Mission District Sunday, police said. San Francisco resident Adrian Landers was
arrested at the San Francisco Hall of Justice in connection with the shooting death of Jesus
Solis, police said.
Jesus Solis, a man in his 20s, was fatally shot during an altercation shortly before 4 p.m.
Sunday in the 1200 block of Treat Street. Police are searching for a second suspect, identified
as Dylan Lemalie, 20, of San Francisco. A $5,000,000 murder warrant has been issued for
Lemalie’s arrest.
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Más Policías Investigados por la Ejecución
José Eduardo Moreira
La Procuraduría de Justicia de
Coahuila informó que 39 agentes de
la Policía Preventiva de Acuña, que se
encontraban de turno en el momento en
que fue ejecutado José Eduardo Moreira
Rodríguez, hijo del ex Gobernador
Humberto Moreira, fueron trasladados a
Saltillo donde serán sometidos a pruebas
de evaluación de confianza, polígrafo y
exámenes toxicológicos.
La Procuraduría informó a través de
un comunicado que el traslado se hizo
mediante un operativo coordinado con la
Policía Federal.
Los 39 policías trasladados laboraban
en la Delegación Fundadores, sector
donde se ubica el lugar donde fue encontrado el cuerpo de la víctima.
“Los policías serán sometidos a pruebas
Las unidades salieron del edificio
de evaluación y de confianza, polígrafo y
central de la Dirección de Seguridad
examen toxicológico”, informó la Procura- Pública Municipal, y fueron escoltadas
duría.
por elementos de la Policía Federal, de
la Operativa y de la Policía Investigadora
El traslado de policías inició a las 18:00 de la Procuraduría General de Justicia
del Estado.
horas desde la Delegación de la Policía
Preventiva Municipal y se utilizaron autobuses de pasajeros.
“Los oficiales son trasladados a la
capital de Coahuila en calidad
de presentados”,
informó la Procuraduría.
Los 39
elementos
trasladados se
suman a los 7
agentes que ya
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de
habían sido llevados a Saltillo para su
investigación, entre los que se encuentra
el subdirector de la Policía de Acuña,
Rodolfo Castillo Montes.
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Mario Calderon
attempted Murder
assalto
Santa Clara County sheriff’s investigators are looking for a
suspect believed to have shot one man and hit another over
the head with a hammer early this morning. Around 3:05 a.m.,
deputies responded to 911 calls about a shooting near Peebles
Avenue and Calle Moniz in a rural area of unincorporated Morgan
Hill.
The caller told 911 dispatchers that a 45-year-old man had been
shot in the arm and a 25-year-old man had been hit in the head with a hammer, according
to the sheriff’s office. When deputies arrived, they found the two victims, but the suspect,
identified by the sheriff’s office as 33-year-old Mario Calderon, had fled. He is now wanted
for attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon, according to the sheriff’s office.
Investigators believe Calderon may be fleeing to Mexico in a white 1994 Acura Integra with a
license plate number 6VDL974.
He is described as 5 feet 6 inches tall and 180 pounds, with a shaved head. The victims’
injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
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Erasmo Garcia Inguanzo
sexual assault
asalto sexual
The Fremont Police Department is currently seeking Erasmo Garcia Inguanzo on a warrant
charging him with Sexual Assault. According to Detective Ricardo Cortes on February 23,
2010 a 10 year old victim reported that Inguanzo, had allegedly sexually assaulted her.
Immediately after the disclosure, Inguanzo disappeared.
It is believed a family member told him about the on going investigation. Family members
have said they have no further information on his whereabouts. He has likely fled to Mexico
but may return to the U.S. He may live or visit family members in Union City, Patterson, or
Fremont.
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unknown
murder / asesinato
The Santa Clara County medical examiner-coroner’s office is seeking the assistance of the
public to help identify a woman who was fatally stabbed in San Jose on Aug. 13, according
to police. The 60-year-old woman, who went by the name of Gail was found on a sidewalk
near the corner of West San Carlos Street and Meridian Avenue shortly after 6:31 p.m. Police
believe the woman’s last name may be Hayden.
The victim did not have a California’s drivers license and had never been arrested, police said.
She was suffering from at least one stab wound when police arrived. She was pronounced
dead at the scene. Police have not yet determined the motive or circumstances of the stabbing.
The woman killed in the stabbing is believed to have been homeless and formerly from New
York, police said.
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Movie Critics Corner: Moon
by Steven Ferdin, Jr.
Duncan Jones made his 2009
directorial debut with his high concept
science fiction film Moon. It is almost as
minimalistic as a movie can be, with a
budget of about $5 million, with a cast of
about eight people in total, and a shooting
schedule of only thirty-three days. Moon
puts all of its few resources to good use,
creating a movie almost on par in terms
of quality with its several obvious sci-fi
inspirations, most obviously Kubrick’s
2001. Duncan also borrows several other
themes from some of the other greatest
science fiction works, such as the concept of synthetic humans earlier explored
onscreen in Ridley Scotts Blade Runner,
the intrigue of company conspiracy and
some of the visual cues found in the Alien
series, just to name a couple.
Set on a desolate moon station,
Sam Bell (played by Sam Rockwell) and
his only companion, the artificial intelligent GERTY, (voiced by Kevin Spacey)
oversee the mining and shipment of the
chemical compound helium-3 used for
supplying most of Earth’s energy needs.
Just as his three year contract is about
to conclude, Sam suffers from a hallucination, crashes his rover, and loses
consciousness. Eventually Sam awakens
in the infirmary with no memory of the
accident and explores the surface of the
moon, discovering the wrecked rover and
discovers another Sam Bell inside. The
two begin to speculate with each other on
their origins and thus the plot thickens.
Moon is an easy recommendation for anyone who admires the science
fiction genre. It may borrow heavily from
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the sci-fi movies of the past that practically defined the genre, mostly those of
the 70s to early 80s, but it never drifts
into cheap knock off territory. It explores
some of the same concepts but in its
own subtle perception. It is also a visually
impressive looking film, with a preference
for use of models over computer animation, something I find more convincing in
appearance. Overall, Moon is a success
in every example of filmmaking from
directing, writing, acting, and visuals.
But what I appreciate most about Moon
is that the people involved in production
sincerely cared about the quality of their
work and it shows palpably.
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Angel Padilla
Attempted Murder
asalto
Phoenix police are currently seeking Angel Padilla after he allegedly kidnapped the mother
of his child in front of their child and then shot at a police officer with an assault rifle when
the officer tried to stop him as he was driving away. Padilla then dropped off the victim in a
neighborhood and is still at large. Police later found Padilla’s pickup with an SKS assault rifle
in the bed.
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unknown
theft
robo
Police in El Cerrito are asking local residents to keep an eye out for potential mail thieves after
a string of recent mail thefts. A suspect this week has stolen packages and outgoing mail
from several different locations in El Cerrito, police said. Most of the thefts occurred in broad
daylight, according to police. Police said multiple residents over the past week captured video
footage of a suspected mail thief. A still photo of the alleged man has been released.
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Abate
el
Ejército
CULIACÁN.- Un enfrentamiento entre
pistoleros y elementos del Ejército arrojó
como saldo un presunto sicario abatido
en las inmediaciones de Oso Viejo y
La Loma de Redo, en la sindicatura de
Quilá.
Un alto mando del Ejército confirmo
que la persona muerta en el tiroteo
fue identificado como Manuel Torres
Félix, conocido como “el M-1” o “el
Ondeado“.
Familiares de esta persona acuden
en estos momentos al Servicio Médico
Forense para corroborar su identidad.
De acuerdo con datos recabados,
los hechos ocurrieron alrededor de las
2:00 horas de hoy sábado cuando los
militares se enfrentaron a balazos con
un grupo armado.
a
Manuel Torres Felix “El M-1”, Líder
Tras la refriega, los militares levantaron
el cadáver de esta persona y lo trasladaron al Semefo de esta capital, donde
permanece bajo fuerte resguardo, para
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del
evitar un posible episodio de robo de
cadáver como el producido tras la muerte
de Heriberto Lazcano “El Lazca”, jefe del
cartel de Los Zetas.
Manifestó que al
individuo fallecido se
le aseguraron más de
9 mil dólares y 28 mil
pesos, así como una
bolsa con un polvo
blanco en su interior al
parecer cocaína.
Manuel Torres “El
M1″ es hermano de Javier Torres “El JT” quien
está preso en Estados
Unidos por narcotráfico,
quien fuera el lugarteniente del líder del cartel
de Sinaloa, Ismael “El
Cartel
de
Sinaloa
Mayo” Zambada, hasta que cayó preso
en 2004.
Tras la detención de su hermano,
Manuel Torres presuntamente se convirtió en un importante sicario del Cartel
de Sinaloa, al mando de “El Mayo” y de
Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, el fugitivo
más buscado de México.
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An Amherst Ohio woman applied for
a job as a police dispatcher. When they
did a background check, police found
she had 17 traffic convictions, including
seven speeding tickets and two citations
for driving without a license. The police
called and invited her in for an interview.
When she arrived, she was arrested and
charged with failing to appear in court and
driving without a license.
One way not to open a safe.
Police said two would-be robbers were
arrested early Sunday morning in the
parking lot of a Swiss Chalet restaurant in
Ajax, Ontario (just east of Toronto), after
spending more than half-an-hour trying
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to open a safe they had stolen from the
restaurant by driving back and forth over
it with a car.
The two men, and a third still being
sought, police said, forced two cleaners
leaving the Swiss Chalet back into the
restaurant at gunpoint, then bound them
with duct tape, robbed them, and kicked
one cleaner in the head.
Then they dragged out the restaurant
safe, loaded it into the trunk of one of the
cleaners’ cars and headed out.
That’s when they hit the speed bump
in the restaurant parking lot. Out tumbled
the safe.
What to do? They decided the safe
would open if they drove over it with the
car. They did. If didn’t. The frustrated rob-
bers tried again. And again. And again.
Damage to the car was extensive but
the safe was barely harmed.
A half-hour later, one of the cleaners
finally freed himself and called 911. When
the police showed up, the men were still
busy in the parking lot with the reluctant
safe.
Police dogs ran down two suspects
aged 18 and 19, who face a variety of
charges. Police are still looking for a
21-year-old male suspect.
Four Times
This woman filed for bankruptcy. Unfortunately, she just happened to “accidentally forget” about the $200,000 piece of
real estate that she sold to her father for
$1.00 the day before filing her Chapter
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7 bankruptcy petition. When she got to
the courthouse, she found herself being
ripped apart by the federal trustee for
bankruptcy fraud. So, believing that she
just needed to “explain herself” to the
judge, she decided to take the stand in
her own defense.
The line of questioning went as follows:
Q: “Do you know that bankruptcy fraud is
a felony?”
A: “Yes I do.”
Q: “Have you ever previously been convicted a felony?”
A: “Yes I have.”
Q: “How many times have you been convicted of a felony?”
A: “I have been convicted three times.”
She then stopped and pondered for
about two seconds before continuing:
“And this will be four!”
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