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September 2012 - Fugitive Watch
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Table of Contents
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Featured Fugitives
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12-234Unknown
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
12-239 Unknown
Sexual Assault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
History of Mexico’s Independence Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
12-240 Jacob Lerman
Attempted Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Capturan a Mario Mendoza Díaz, “El Flaco” líder de
“Los Rojos” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
12-241 Jackie Lerman
Attempted Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . 9
12-244 Unknown
Sexual Assault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Parenting Teens Just Got Easier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
12-247 Joseph Dorsey
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Fugitive Watch Factoids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
12-245 Darnell Washington
Attempted Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . 13
In Memoriam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
12-246 Tania Washington
Attempted Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Good Samaritan Comes to Aid of Police Officer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
12-248 Fernando Minero
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
El Ejercito asegura que Los Zetas pierden fuerza en Nuevo Léon . . . . . . 13
12-250Unknown
Assault . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Movie Critics Corner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
10-250 James Stancampiano
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Caught on Tape. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
95-058 Taylor Morris Teaford
Murder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Secuestran A Empresario, Cobran Rescate De $450 Mil Y Lo Matan. . . 5
Attorney Accused of Allegedly Giving Contraband to Jail Inmate. . . . . . 5
Did San Jose Mayor Mislead Voters? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Business Sponsors Web Watch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Bustin’ Up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Fugitive Watch: Comcast on Demand. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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murder / asesinato
Oakland police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating
two possible suspects in the fatal shooting of a 5-year-old boy
outside his family’s taco truck last year. Gabriel Martinez, Jr.
was gunned down while with his mother and father at their
family business at 55th Avenue and International Boulevard
on Dec. 30 at about 8:45 p.m. Police released sketches of two
possible suspects in the shooting today based on eyewitness
accounts. The two suspects are believed to have fled in a silver
four-door Chevrolet Impala made between 2006 and 2009. Police believe there may have
been additional females in the car as it fled the area. The videos can be seen online at www.
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Jackie Lerman
Jacob Lerman
James Stancampiano
Joseph Dorsey
Murder
Sexual Assault
Tania Washington
Taylor Morris Teaford
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sexual assault / asalto sexual
A male suspect fled after groping a woman in the Stanford Shopping Center parking lot in Palo
Alto Wednesday afternoon, police said. Officers received a report of sexual battery at 12:13
p.m. at 180 El Camino Real, near Stanford University and responded to the scene. The female
victim, who is in her 30s, was walking on the sidewalk between the Nordstrom and Neiman
Marcus shops on Orchard Lane when an unknown male suspect stepped in front of her and
used his hand to grab one of the victim’s breasts over her clothing, according to police.
The suspect ran away and was last see in a parking lot on Welch Road, police said. The victim
called 911 from her cell phone and both Palo Alto police and Stanford Department of Public
Safety conducted an extensive search for the suspect, but were unable to locate him, police
said. The victim was not injured in the attack, police said.
The victim described the suspect as an East Indian male about 30-years-old, wearing a yellow
hooded sweatshirt with the hood up over his head. The victim estimated the suspect was about
5 feet 9 inches tall with a medium build, police said. Palo Alto police believe this case may be
related to a similar sexual battery case that occurred Aug. 20 near downtown Palo Alto.
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Assault
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Secuestran A Empresario, Cobran
Rescate De $450 Mil Y Lo Matan
La Agencia Estatal de Investigaciones
(AEI) indaga el secuestro y homicidio del empresario Damián González del Río, cuyo cuerpo fue encontrado el pasado fin de semana
en el municipio de Salinas Victoria pese al
pago de un rescate por 450 mil pesos.
González del Río, del
municipio de San Pedro
Garza García, quien
a finales de julio fue
secuestrado cuando se
encontraba en su negocio
de maquinaria pesada
para construcción, fue
identificado en la víspera
por familiares en el Hospital Universitario.
Los restos del empresario de 31 años de edad
fueron localizados en el
kilómetro 12 de la carretera a Colombia, sobre
una brecha a la altura del
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Camino al Rancho San Patricio.
El cuerpo presentaba impactos de bala,
aunque no se encontraron casquillos percutidos en el lugar donde fue hallado, por lo que
se presume que fue asesinado en otra parte.
Damián González era soltero y durante
las negociaciones con
captores, sus familiares
habían hecho tres pagos
por su rescate que en
suma se acercaban al
medio millón de pesos.
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Erika Jordening, An Attorney Accused
of Allegedly Giving Contraband to Jail
Inmate Aaron Rauls in San Mateo
On August 21, 2012, at 5:46 pm, the
San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, in
collaboration with the San Mateo County
Narcotics Task Force arrested Attorney
Erika Jordening. Correctional deputies
arrested Jordening during her attorneyclient visit with inmate Aaron Rauls at the
Maguire Correctional Facility.
Erika Jordening is accused of giving
contraband (a suspected drug in the form
of pills) to Rauls during this visit. Erika
Jordening was booked into the Women’s
Correctional Center in Redwood City. Her
bail amount is $70,000. The case has
been referred to the San Mateo County
District Attorney’s Office for criminal prosecution.
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History
of
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Mexico’s Independence Day - September 16
In the early nineteenth century, Mexico,
with a little influence from the US and
France, began talking about a revolt
against Spain. Father Miguel Hidalgo
from Dolores, Mexico, was a leader of
one of the rallying groups. Hidalgo and
his officers were planning a revolt for late
fall of 1810. The Spanish people found
out about the revolt which led the Spanish
Government to order the arrest of Hidalgo
and his officers. When Hidalgo found out,
he called a meeting at his church. He
rang the church bell on the night of September 15, 1810 to call his congregation
to mass. Here Father Hidalgo rallied the
people to fight. He gave the speech which
is now known as ‘Grito de Delores’, saying “Viva Mexico” and “Viva la independencia!” These famous words have been
remembered and are said each year at
the Independence Day celebrations.
Everyone fought together, including
the Criollos (wealthy Mexicans of Spanish descent), Mesizos (children born
from the marriage of a Spaniard and an
Indian), and Indians. Armed with clubs,
knives, stone slings, and ancient guns,
they fought as they marched to Mexico
City. A battle took place in Guanajuato
between the Spanish
soldiers and Hidalgo’s
followers. The army
sacked the town,
killing the Spaniards.
They continued to
fight on their way to
the capital. When
they finally reached
Mexico City, the army
hesitated before going
in to fight and some of
them even disserted
the army. Before the
year was over Father
Hidalgo was captured and executed.
Some people continued to fight for the
cause and Father Hidalgo’s Grito de Delores (Cry of Delores) became the battle
cry of the Mexican War of Independence.
The people fought for eleven years before
they finally won their freedom.
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Capturan
a
Mario Mendoza Díaz, “El Flaco”
Elementos de la Policía Federal detuvieron este 3 de agosto en Chilpancingo,
Guerrero, a Mario Mendoza Díaz, alias
“El Flaco” identificado como líder de un
grupo de plagiarios y homicidas al servicio del grupo delictivo “Los Rojos”, así se
informó en un comunicado.
vigilancias fijas y móviles en las inmediaciones de dicho municipio donde se tuvo
conocimiento de la ubicación de Mario
Mendoza Díaz, alias “El Flaco”, quien
circulaba visiblemente armado a bordo de
un vehículo, que al notar la presencia de
la autoridad trató de darse a la fuga.
En seguimiento a la información
obtenida a través de líneas de investigación, se tuvo conocimiento de la zona
de operación de Mario Mendoza Díaz, “El
Flaco”, de 35 años, la cual abarcaba el
municipio de Chilpancingo, donde se desempeñaba como distribuidor de drogas,
encargado de realizar extorsiones, cobro
de piso, robo de vehículos, así como coordinar plagios y homicidios en contra de
integrantes de grupos antagónicos.
De inmediato fue interceptado y detenido en compañía de las siguientes personas: Miguel Ángel Castro Castro, de 29
Por este motivo, elementos de la
Policía Federal realizaron trabajos de
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líder de
años, Jorge Alberto García Agüero, de
28 años y Daniel Sánchez Vargas, de 40
años
Se tiene conocimiento que estos sujetos son presuntos responsables de la
seguridad personal de Mario Mendoza
Díaz, alias “El Flaco”, además de llevar a
cabo extorsiones, cobros de piso, distribución de droga, robo de vehículos, así
como participar en plagios y homicidios
contra integrantes de grupos
antagónicos.
En esta acción se les aseguró armas de fuego, 50 bolsas de plástico transparente
que contenían una sustancia
con las características propias de la cocaína en piedra,
un vehículo marca Honda,
sub marca CVR, color rojo,
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“Los Rojos”
sin placas de circulación.
Resultado del cruce de información
en el Centro de Inteligencia de la Policía
Federal se pudo conocer que dicho vehículo cuenta con reporte de robo.
Los detenidos y lo asegurado este fueron puestos a disposición del Agente del
Ministerio Público de la Federación quien
se encargará de las investigaciones correspondientes.
Cabe señalar que esta acción tuvo
lugar en el marco del operativo “Guerrero
Seguro”, estrategia que fue puesta en
marcha por el Gobierno Federal bajo la
coordinación de la Secretaría de Seguridad Pública federal con el objetivo de
desarticular la estructura de todas las
organizaciones criminales que operan en
dicha entidad.
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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.
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.
Patt Saso assists people back into harmony in
their relationships. She is a Parenting Coach and
Marriage & Family therapist in Milpitas, CA. Patt
& Steve Saso are authors of 10 Best Gifts for Your
Teen and Parenting Your Teen with TLC. For more
parenting tools visit their web at www.SasoSeminars.com and sign up for their free eNewsletter, Parenting Teens Just Got Easier. Or call 408.262.6837
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Jacob lerman
Attempted murder
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Jackie lerman
Attempted murder
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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.
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!
FUGITIVE WATCH 1-800-9CAUGHT
By Patt Saso
www.ParentingTeensJustGotEasier.com
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Parenting Teens Just Got Easier
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Police are attempting to locate a husband and wife who allegedly beat and stabbed a woman
in Martinez last weekend, police said today. Around 3 a.m. Saturday, a 20-year-old woman
arrived at the Contra Costa Regional Medical Center’s emergency room with stab wounds and
facial injuries, police said.
Police learned that the woman had been beaten and stabbed earlier that morning at a home
in the 900 block of Court Street in Martinez, near the county jail. Further investigation led
officers to serve a search warrant around 11 a.m. Saturday at the residence where the alleged
assault occurred, according to police.
Officers found several pieces of evidence at the home but did not locate the suspects, Jacob
Lerman, 42, and his wife, 30-year-old Jackie Lerman, police said. Martinez police obtained
probable cause arrest warrants for the couple, who are believed to be armed and dangerous.
An investigation into the alleged assault is ongoing.
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12-247
Joseph Dorsey
Murder / asesinato
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is currently
seeking Joseph Dorsey on a warrant charging him with
murder. Deputies report that Dorsey allegedly killed his
girlfriend Christine Stewart and then putting her body in
a suitcase. He then drove her body to San Diego County
and left it in a Poway motel. Dorsey was last seen driving
a dark blue Ford Explorer with grey primer on the hood and
California license plate 6UDY773.
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
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Victim
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sexual assault
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The Pleasanton Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect
in this police sketch. Detectives report that this man impersonated a police officer and
committed a sexual assault. The woman was driving alone on Valley Avenue near Bernal
Avenue near the Alameda County Fairgrounds. She said he pulled up behind her and she heard
a loud chirp similar to the type on police cars. The suspect then ordered her out of the car and
handcuffed her. He then drove her to a secluded area and sexually assaulted her.
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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A 5 year study about voter fraud
under the President Bush administration uncovered 86 cases out of 196
million votes cast.
Speakers at the 2012 Republican
National Convention used the words:
• Business:
84 times
• Afghanistan: One time
• Our troops: Zero times
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Fugitive Watch Factoids
As of this point in their presidency,
the following presidents have taken
this many vacation days:
• President Reagan 112 days
• President Clinton 28 days
• President Bush
180 days
• President Obama 61 days
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It took 8 years for US troop deaths to
reach 1,000 dead.
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50,000 Hispanics in the US turn 18
years old every month.
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It took 27 months for the US troops
to lose another 1,000 dead.
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Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps
ate 12,000 calories a day before the
Olympics
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Stephen Wiltshire was born in 1974
and has an Eidetic memory. Stephen can look at a target once and
then draw an accurate and detailed
picture of it. He once drew the whole
City of New York after one helicopter
trip above it.
The correct word is Maya not Mayan
when referring to the ancient civilization or indigenous people. The word
Mayan is used only when referring to
their language.
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Since 1978 when California reinstated capital punishment, 57
condemned inmates have died from
natural causes, 21 have committed suicide, 13 have been executed
in California, one was executed in
Missouri; and six died from other
causes. There are 728 offenders on
California’s death row.
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The earliest archeological evidence
for the consumption of soup dates
back to 6000 BC, and it was hippopotamus soup.
Refried beans are only fried once.
The reason for this misconception is
a translation error. The originals are
frijoles refritos which actually means
“well fried beans” – not re-fried.
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“Tamale” is the incorrect (many
people consider offensive) pronunciation of the Spanish word Tamal (A
popular Mexican food). The correct
singular term is Tamal for one and
the plural is Tamales for more than
one Tamal.
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in memoriam
St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Brandon Nielsen &
Deputy Jeremy Triche
Deputy Sheriff Brandon Nielsen and Deputy Sheriff Jeremy Triche were shot and
killed in LaPlace, Louisiana, by members of a domestic terrorist group known as the
Sovereign Citizens. They were shot while investigating an earlier ambush shooting that
wounded a sheriff’s office investigator.
The investigator was working an off duty security detail at a remote parking lot used by a construction company for contract employees at about 5:00 am
when someone opened fire on him as he sat in his department vehicle.
Responding units located a car they believed had been involved in the early shooting in a nearby trailer park. As Deputy Triche, Deputy Nielsen, and a
third deputy questioned two men outside of a mobile home a third man suddenly exited the home and opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle, striking all three
deputies. Deputy Nielsen and Deputy Triche both died as a result of the wounds. The third deputy, who was related to Deputy Triche, was seriously wounded.
Seven subjects were arrested and held in connection with both separate shooting incidents.
Deputy Nielsen had served with the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office for one year. Deputy Triche had served with the St. John the Baptist Parish
Sheriff’s Office for four years.
Good Samaritan Comes to the Aid of
Police Officer in Gunbattle with Killer
and Shoots the Gunman
Good Samaritan Vic Stacy came to the
aid of Texas Police Sgt. Steven Means
who was in a gunbattle with a heavily
armed killer. Charles Ronald Conner had
just killed two people and their dogs in a
Texas trailer park when Sgt. Means
encountered him. Conner began
shooting at Sgt Means with a high
powered rifle. Stacy says he’s not a
hero — he just did what had to be
done. Stacy saw that Sgt. Means
was in a gunbattle with Conner and
couldn’t get a good shot at the gunman. Stacy then picked up his own
357 Magnum pistol began shooting
at the gunman. “I thought he’s fixin’
to kill that boy,” said Stacy. “And
that’s why I squared off and hit him
in the leg and knocked him down.”
Stacy fired 4 rounds and struck the
gunman 4 times killing him. Police estimate Stacy was shooting from as much
as 150 feet away.
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darnell washington
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Tania washington
assalt with a deadly weapon
& carjacking
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department is asking for the
public’s help in locating Darnell and Tania Washington.
Detectives report that on August 28, 2012, Tania allegedly
helped Darnell escape from jail. Later, on September 3, 2012,
a sheriff’s deputy spotted them in South El Monte. Darnell
began shooting at the deputy with a shotgun as he and Tania
carjacked a car to flee. They then shot a second deputy
in another gun battle before carjacking another car. They
were last seen fleeing the scene in a stolen light blue 1996
Plymouth Grand Voyager, with the California license plate
3PHK484.
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 their whereabouts.
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Fernando minero
Murder / asesinato
The Gilroy Police Department is currently seeking Fernando Minero in connection with the
murder of Martin Rojas. Detectives report that on July 22,at about 10:30 p.m. Martin Rojas
was dropped off at Saint Louis Regional Hospital with a single gunshot wound. Rojas later
died at the hospital. Gilroy police consider Minero 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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El Ejercito Asegura Que Los Zetas Pierden
Fuerza En Nuevo Léon
El general de división diplomado del
Estado Mayor, Noé Sandoval Alcázar,
comandante de la Cuarta Región Militar,
afirmó este día que la presencia del grupo
delictivo denominado Los zetas en Nuevo
León se está debilitando.
Sin ofrecer más detalles, el mando
militar sostuvo que las autoridades de los
tres niveles de gobierno mantienen una
lucha permanente en contra de las bandas
del crimen que operan en la entidad.
“Estimamos que sí, efectivamente se
ha debilitado la presencia de los zetas”.
¿Se ha fortalecido la presencia de
otros grupos?
“La presencia del personal militar,
de las autoridades estatales, municipales
y federales están precisamente luchando
por aplicar la ley en contra de la delincuencia común y organizada.”
Sandoval Alcázar acudió esta
mañana a la entrega de equipo táctico y
patrullas a elementos de Fuerza Civil,
acción que destacó al advertir que es en
beneficio de los ciudadanos del estado.
“Claro que es un gran paso, todo
este esfuerzo que está haciendo el Gobierno del Estado, es fundamental porque
la seguridad cuesta, pero la inseguridad
cuesta mucho más.”
Indicó que existe un trabajo desde
hace tiempo para limpiar los cuerpos
policiacos y reconoció que se ha logrado
abatir la corrupción y la impunidad en las
fuerzas del orden.
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unknown
attempted kidnapping
secuestro
Santa Cruz County sheriff’s investigators have released a sketch of
a man who attempted to grab a 16-year-old girl in Boulder Creek
last month. The girl had just gotten off of a bus in the 12000 block
of state Highway 9 around 11 p.m. on July 26 when a man tried
to grab her from behind, sheriff’s officials said. The man was only
able to grab the girl’s hair, and when she screamed, he fled in a white Toyota truck, according
to the sheriff’s office. After the girl told her father what happened, he went to the area where
the attempted assault occurred and saw a white 1993 or 1994 Toyota 4x4 pickup truck with
a missing tailgate. The father said the truck looked slightly lifted and had new tires, deputies
said. The victim described the suspect to investigators as a tall, thin white man in his 30s who
stood about 6 feet tall. He had a bump on his nose, scruffy facial hair and light brown or blond
hair, and was wearing jeans and a white tank top, deputies said. The girl told the sheriff’s
office she had never seen the man before.
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James Stancampiano
Murder / Asesinato
The Tracy Police Department is currently seeking James Stancampiano on a No Bail Allowed
warrant charging him with murder. Detective Timothy Bauer reports that Stancampiano was
allegedly involved in the September 15 2010, homicide of Kevin Prater. According to family
members, the whereabouts of Stancampiano is unknown.
According to detectives, Stancampiano uses the moniker of Flaco and is a documented WST
Norteno gang member. He was last known to be living in the 400 block of Wagtail Drive in
Tracy.
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Taylor Morris Teaford
Murder / asesinato
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The Oakland Police Department is currently seeking Taylor Morris Teaford on a warrant
charging him with the alleged 1969 murder of a woman at the St. Louis Hotel in Oakland.
Detectives report that Teaford allegedly entered the hotel which was located at the current
site of the North Alameda County Jail. While in room #15, he allegedly beat her beyond
recognition and then strangled her to death with an article of her own clothing. In 1967,
Teaford was also accused of allegedly murdering his own
grandmother, wounding his sister and shooting at a Madera
County Deputy Sheriff during his escape. Madera County
had a warrant for his arrest but it has since been recalled.
The victim in the Oakland murder case has never been
identified. One photo is of Teaford about the time of the
murder and the other photo has been age enhanced. The
third sketch is of the unknown victim.
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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Movie Critics Corner: The Trip
Roger Cormon, and Dennis Hopper, who
also has a role, wished to make an accurate depiction of the subject matter, and
all took acid to prepare for production.
While Jack Nicholson’s screenwriting
They incorporated their experiences into
career may have been short lived, he did
the dream world of the alternate reality
manage to write a rather noteworthy film
in 1967 called The Trip. Set in the counter shown onscreen, bordering on nihilism
and to Paul’s fascinated reactions to the
culture drenched Los Angles of the late
60s, a young Peter Fonda plays commer- ordinary and trivial of reality. Significant
portions of this film are essentially meancial director Paul Groves, who experiments with LSD in an attempt to cope with ingless in context to what little plot there
the divorce of his adulterous wife with the is, making their interpretations open as
assistance of a guide (Bruce Durn) to lead to where they derive from in Paul’s mind.
him through his first acid journey. The trip The film is a very visual experience, with
turns briefly horrifying and Paul abandons several scenes set to kaleidoscopic pathis guide out of fear, wandering aimlessly terns, flashing lights, fluorescent colors
and even audio accompaniment by The
down Sunset Strip alone, unable to comElectric Flag. The Trip is an interesting
prehend his situation or surroundings.
The origins of the film stem from a brief piece in film history and was the dawn or
prime of several great careers. Anyone
stint when Nicholson wrote screenplays
who enjoys vintage, Avant-garde, or the
to compensate his then struggling acting
later works of anyone involved should
career and his divorce from his first wife,
Sandra Knight. Nicholson, Fonda, director watch at least once for its historic significance.
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Crimes Caught
on Tape
by Steven Ferdin, Jr.
Videos can
be seen at
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• Robbers with Assault Weapons Shoot at Victim
• 46 People Shot, 9 Killed Over the Weekend in
Chicago
• Citgo Gas Station Robbery
• Boynton Beach Police Shootout
• Wichita Police Shoot & Kill Robber
• Money for Kids with Cancer Stolen
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Did San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed Mislead the Voters by Citing an Exaggerated
$650 Million Dollar Figure to Sell the Need for “Pension Reform”?
San Jose Director of Retirement
Services Russell Crosby stated
that he took the $650 million
dollar figure off the top of his
head and had nothing to
support the figure.
San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed is
confronted by NBC Reporter Jenna
Susko about the California State
Auditor’s report that his use of a $650
million dollar pension cost projection
“was unsupported and likely
overstated”.
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At least until you get arrested. A man
in Minneapolis was caught walking along
the intersection of a road…wearing a pair
of high heels. And. Nothing. Else. To sicken your mental picture even further, he’s
63 years old. According to SouthwestMinneapolisPatch, he ran through the snow
and hopped in his car when he saw the
police following. Luckily, they tracked him
down and arrested him before he showed
up on the cover of Vogue.
Protection: You’re Doing It Wrong
Some people say age is just a number….then again, is jail just a room? If 3
is a magic number, then why are there 7
dwarf’s? Is 42 really the meaning of life?
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Is the root of all evil really 25.8069? Numbers are so contradictory.
At least there’s strength in ‘em.
However, a man in Denver chose to
ignore that simple fact. When a group
of about 100 police officers showed up
at his apartment, he decided the best
course of action would be to open fire
out his bedroom window. In fact, he had
been doing this for a while already. According to Westword, he claimed that a
man he was with at a friend’s house had
beaten him up while demanding money
for drugs. Next thing he remembered, he
was shooting bullets out his bedroom window to protect himself. Ahh, he may have
been a little drunk. But hey, 6 drinks is a
relatively small number.
Be Sure To Floss Twice A Day!
How could anyone possibly want
to be a dentist? First, you stare at the
inside of peoples’ mouths all day. Not my
idea of fulfilling. Although, I guess you’re
rewarded by the amusement gained from
poking things into their mouths and watching them talk. (“So, what are your plans
for this weekend?” “Well, I’m going down
to the lakehouse to sjfoweiurwaudsfjlwuoeur.” “Woah, keep it PG.”)
But then you have to deal with patients like this. A man in Miami, tripping
out on bath salts (a new faux-cocaine
trend), starting knocking on neighbors’
doors saying he needed an ambulance.
He was frustrated when the police showed
up, and caused even more trouble. According to New Times, he scraped his
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teeth across the hood of a police car after
being handcuffed. It surprisingly made
quite a scratch. However, I think the real
damage is on his dental bill.
Big Check
In Forth Worth, about a week ago, a
man tried to cash a check at a bank.
He had stolen the check from his
mother-in-law and then wrote in the
amount.
The teller immediately realized something was up, and contacted the police,
who found the 21-year-old bank customer
with a gun in his possession and some
marijuana.
Oh, the amount of the check? $360
billion dollars.
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