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Search for Drug Fugitive

Robert D. Grant, Special Agent-in-Charge of the Chicago office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is asking for the public’s help for information leading to the location and arrest of SAUL MARTINEZ, whose last known address was 4854 South Pulaski in Chicago.

MARTINEZ has been the subject of a nationwide manhunt, coordinated by Chicago FBI since April, 2009, when he was charged in a criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Chicago with violation of federal drug laws.

MARTINEZ is a known member of the Latin Kings street gang and is charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine. MARTINEZ was among numerous individuals charged as the result of an investigation code named “Operation Broken Dreams” which focused on wholesale cocaine distributors in the Chicago area. MARTINEZ is believed to be hiding in the Little Village area with other gang members. MARTINEZ is one of only five defendants from this case who is still at large.

MARTINEZ is described as a Hispanic/male, 35 years of age, 6’1” tall, weighing approximately 240 pounds, black hair and brown eyes. MARTINEZ has “King” with a five-point crown tattooed on his chest; “Martinez” on his back; and other tattoos on his forearms and right hand. MARTINEZ has an extensive criminal record and should be considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone recognizing MARTINEZ or having any information as to his current whereabouts is asked to call the Chicago FBI at (312) 421-6700.

The public is reminded that a complaint is not evidence of guilt and that all defendants in a criminal case are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Copies of the wanted flyer or the criminal complaint filed in this case are available from the Chicago FBI’s Press Office at (312) 829-1199.

 

Seeking Public’s Assistance in Locating Two Fugitives

The FBI, the Pennsylvania State Police, and the Hazleton Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance to locate two subjects who were charged today in the Middle District of Pennsylvania in a drug investigation. As per the attached press release from the United States Attorney’s Office, eight individuals were charged in this investigation today, and two remain at large after a series of arrests and searches in Hazleton, Pennsylvania earlier today.

The two fugitives are identified as Andres Gonzalez described as a Hispanic male, 35 years of age, 5’8″ tall, 130 pounds, and Herman Ayala, described as a black male, 28 years of age, 5’7″ tall, 150 pounds. Photographs of these two subjects are below.

Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to call the FBI at 570-344-2404, the Pennsylvania State Police in Hazleton at 570-459-3890, or the Hazleton Police Department at 570-459-4940.

These subjects are considered armed and dangerous.

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UPD seeks sex assault suspect

Posted on October 12, 2009 at 11:52 pm Newstreamz San Marcos

STAFF REPORT

Texas State University Police (UPD) are looking for the assailant in a Monday morning sexual assault on campus.

According to police, a female student reported that she was forced into a car at knife point in the Pleasant Street Garage some time between 10:40 a.m. and 11 a.m. Monday.

The victim said the vehicle was a small four-door sedan of unknown color. The actor was described as a big, tall male, unknown race, wearing a beanie over his hair, a windbreaker and surgical gloves.

UPD asks that anyone with information call (512) 245-2805 or call Campus Crime Stoppers at (512) 245-STOP.

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Using Digital Billboards to Track Fugitives
Help us find John Doe #8, wanted for sexually abusing children, who is being featured on digital billboards in the area.
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