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Dance teacher Valdez waives hearing in child molestation case A Clovis gymnastics teacher accused of sexually molesting five girls waived his right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday, skipping a chance to hear the evidence against him and moving closer to a criminal trial. Rogelio "Roger" Valdez, 51, now awaits the scheduling of his Fresno County Superior Court trial on 12 counts of child molestation.
Clovis police arrested Valdez Sept. 28 on suspicion of molesting four teen-age girls hired to clean his business, the Roger Valdez Gymnastics and Dance studio on Tollhouse Road. After his arrest, Clovis police said eight other girls, all former students, came forward and accused Valdez of molesting them. Some of those allegations go back to 1984. Valdez was originally charged with nine counts of sexual misconduct involving the girls hired to clean his business. Three other counts were added in connection with one of the students who later came forward -- a 9-year-old girl.
Police Arrest Los Gatos Hispanic Man on Molestation Charges
-MOTHER'S BOYFRIEND ARRESTED LOS GATOS (BCN) Police arrested a Los Gatos man today for allegedly molesting the 13 year-old daughter of his fiance.
Francisco Serrano, 43, allegedly engaged in inappropriate touching with the girl for the past year, according to police. He is currently in custody in Santa Clara County Jail in lieu of $75,000 bail. Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the Los Gatos/Monte Sereno Police Department at (408) 354-6825. JasonBennert715p11/14/00
Second Mexican 'faith healer' arrested By KERRI GINIS
Scripps-McClatchy Western Service November 14, 2000
FRESNO, Calif. - Kings County sheriff's deputies arrested another self-proclaimed Mexican faith healer late Tuesday night on suspicion of having sex with a 17-year-old girl so he could remove evil spirits from her body. Jose Angel Carranza Ojeda, 46, of Coalinga is being held in the Kings County Jail on two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse through fear and fraudulent means and one count of conspiracy. His bail is set at $40,000.
Ojeda's arrest stemmed from an investigation into Fernando Magdalano Flores, who was arrested Nov. 1 on suspicion of sexually assaulting two teen-age sisters.
Flores also called himself a Mexican faith healer.
Ojeda allegedy had sex with one of Flores' victims, said Patrick Hart, Kings County chief deputy district attorney. "Flores kind of set him up with the girl," Hart said. "He would tell her he was busy, but he had this other guy who would take over for the day and then Ojeda would have sex with her." Flores pleaded innocent to one count of forcible rape and six counts of unlawful sexual intercourse through fear and fradulent means last Thursday. His lawyer, Marc Kapetan, said his client is wrongly accused. (VCT)

As many as seven people may have been present at Ramos' murder, which he says happened when Silva, 18, Lopes, 33, and Goans, 23, raped and beat her to death.
Police believe she had been beaten, sexually assaulted and killed sometime between May 29 and June 3, the day her mother reported her missing. Authorities said police had responded to domestic dispute calls involving Silva and Ramos before Ramos' death.
Tempers flared Tuesday at the San Joaquin County Courthouse as one of three men accused in the rape and slaying of a popular Manteca High School junior blamed his co-defendant for murder. "How does it feel to be a killer?" snapped Ty Lopes to Jacob Lee Silva, the former boyfriend of Renee Michelle Ramos, whose body was found in June at a Manteca Home Depot construction site. "How does it feel to be looking at the death penalty?"

Hispanic man rapes 9-year-old girl walking home from school
Suspect Sketch Released in Peninsula Girl's Sex Assault UKNOWN ASSAILANT EAST PALO ALTO (BCN)
East Palo Alto police today released a sketch of a man suspected of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a young girl while she was walking home from school yesterday afternoon. The girl, described only as under 10 years old, later began screaming and managed to escape, according to Detectove Sgt. Warren Vandersyde of the San Mateo County sheriff's office. He said police were called to the area of Bay Road and Gloria Way around 3:30 p.m.
Officers were told the girl was approached by her attacker sometime between 2:30 and 3 p.m. Monday. He reportedly physically forced her to ride on his bicycle to the area of University Avenue and U.S. Highway 101, where he sexually assaulted her. The suspect has been described as a Hispanic man about 30 years old. He is approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing 180 pounds with a medium build, black hair, brown eyes and a mustache. He was reportedly wearing a yellow jacket and green pants. Anyone with information on this incident is encouraged to call Detective Tracy Frey at (650) 599-7426 or the Anonymous Witness Line at (800) 547-2700.
Alfonso Javier Cazares arrested on suspicion of raping a 14-year-old girl Woodland man held in rape of girl (Published Oct. 24, 2000) Yolo County investigators arrested a 22-year-old man on suspicion of raping a 14-year-old girl last weekend. Alfonso Javier Cazares of Woodland was booked into jail Sunday for investigation of rape and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. His bail was set at $40,000. Sheriff's deputies said the girl and a friend were with Cazares Saturday night. Cazares took the girl and her friend home early Sunday. But after dropping off the girl's friend, he drove to a rural area and raped the girl, deputies said. The girl told deputies she escaped from the car and Cazares drove away. She knocked on doors of homes in the area trying to get help, but nobody answered. She spent the night in a parked car, deputies said, then went home in the morning and reported the rape. Deputies arrested Cazares at his home Sunday night. --Ralph Montaño
Los Altos Pd Arrest spanic Silva in Attempted Rape of Jogger LOS ALTOS (BCN) Los Altos Police today arrested a Campbell man for allegedly kidnapping and attempting to rape a woman jogger. Aaron J. Silva, 21, was arrested at approximately 12:30 p.m. after a neighbor heard screams in the 900 block of S. Springer Road in Los Altos and called police. Officers arrived on the scene and allegedly discovered Silva and the 37-year-old victim struggling in his parked vehicle. Police say Silva approached the victim while she was jogging and forced her into the vehicle. The woman was released without injuries. Silva is currently in custody in Santa Clara County Jail.
Attempted rape earns illegal alien 7 years
The suspected illegal immigrant blames drugs for his attack on the woman, 87
HAYWARD -- A man who pleaded no contest to charges he attempted to rape an 87-year-old Pleasanton woman at a bus stop in July was sentenced to seven years in state prison Friday. Dressed in a blue jail jumpsuit, Francisco Pardinas Hernandez, 28, showed no emotion as Alameda County Superior Court Judge Joseph Hurley read the sentence.
Hernandez also was fined $2,800, $1,400 of which was suspended, and ordered to pay $7,133.80 restitution. Hernandez was accused of trying to rape the woman as she walked to a bus stop on Old Bernal Avenue near Pleasanton city offices shortly after 6 a.m. on July 20. A passerby broke up the attack, but the suspect disappeared into some bushes.

A police dog helped locate Hernandez, about an hour after the incident, at a nearby apartment complex. Before being sentenced, Hernandez blamed the attack on drug use and asked the victim for forgiveness. "I want the lady to please forgive me," he said through an interpreter. "I was on drugs. I had been drinking. I didn't know what I was doing." The judge shot back: "Your statements after the fact indicate that you knew the evil you were doing or about to do," referring to a confession police recorded after Hernandez was arrested.
Hernandez is believed to have entered the country illegally and faces deportation once he is released, which could be in nearly six years, said his attorney, Leonard Ulfelder, an assistant public defender. "This was a bad situation for everyone," Ulfelder said after sentencing
Santa Rosa Police Arrest Spanic on Kidnap Charge SANTA ROSA (BCN) Police reported today that a Santa Rosa man is being held in Sonoma County Jail under no bail following his arrest for allegedly kidnapping and holding an ex-girlfriend in her car at knifepoint. Maximino Pablo Correa, 32, will appear before Superior Court Judge Mark Tansil on Monday to answer to charges of kidnapping, false imprisonment, assault with a deadly weapon and domestic violence. Santa Rosa police arrested Correa after he fled from his exgirlfriend' s car near Kenton Court this morning. Police say Correa was waiting in the woman's car near West Avenue this morning when she took her daughter to school. Police say Correa demanded the woman drive him to various Santa Rosa locations while holding her at knifepoint. The woman alerted Officer F. K. Thomas, who was on patrol, by honking the vehicle's horn. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department and California Highway Patrol joined the search for Correa, who fled through backyards west of U.S. Highway 101, police said. Santa Rosa Sgt. Blaine Hunt said Correa and the woman once lived together but have an estranged relationship. Correa was previously arrested and jailed for vehicle theft, robbery and battery on an excohabitant, according to jail records.

"Gay Latino" tries to kidnap and rape 8-year-old boy
One incident involved an 8-year-old boy walking home from school who was approached by a man in a car at Alma Street and Monterey Road in South San Jose. The man got out of his car and grabbed the boy by the wrist, pulling him toward the car. Several people passing by deterred the man and he released the boy and drove off. The boy described his assailant as Latino with short black hair and a mustache. He wore a white jacket and drove a light blue midsize vehicle.
"Latino" and white hobo pair try to kidnap and rape 10-year-old girl.
A second incident occurred earlier in the day Thursday when a 10-year-old girl walking to school near Reed and South Eighth streets reported that she was chased by two men. She did not make any contact with the two but said they frightened her. She described them as looking like transients. One was a Latino man in his 30s, with a thin build and long, shoulder-length hair, she said. The other was a white man with short hair and a beanie cap.

Eduardo MariscalIllegal Mexican migrant little-girl rapist escapes from San Quentin
Calif. (AP) -- A convicted sex offender apparently used a blanket and pair of gloves to scale a fence topped with razor wire and escape from San Quentin State Prison before dawn Monday. Eduardo Mariscal was missing when guards came through. Mariscal was behind bars for sex crimes involving minors. He was sentenced to prison in May 1994 and had a tentative release date of July 2001.
Update:San Quentin Escapee Being Sought Marical, convicted of molesting a 12-year-old Santa Rosa girl was sent to San Quentin in May 1994. An Immigration and Naturalization Service hold was placed on Marical, who then violated his parole and was returned to San Quentin on July 21, Crittendon said.

  • Lenard Alvarez - Girl's Basketball Coach Arrested For Sex With Student
    San Jose police report today they have arrested a girl's basketball coach at Yerba Buena High School for allegedly having sex with a 16- year-old student. Lenard Alvarez, 27, surrendered to police yesterday on a $25,000 arrest warrant. Alvarez allegedly had sex with a female student on the last day of school in 1999 after giving her a ride home. He had given the victim a ride home on several previous occasions but on June 15, 1999 the two stopped at his Kinross Way home and allegedly had sex, according to Sgt. Steve Dixon. The victim in the case was not a member of the basketball team. Police are seeking any other possible victims in this case or girls who may have been approached by Alvarez. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Sgt. Dave Hewitt at (408) 277-4102. Those wishing to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at (408) 947- STOP.
  • Mexican National Lucia Ruiz-Garcia Confesses to Adbandoning Buried Baby
    Ruiz-Garcia told investigators that she didn't want her boyfriend to know she had become pregnant by another man. The woman, who is a Mexican national, has four other children: a three-year-old son who lives with her and three others living in Mexico. Ruiz-Garcia was booked into the Santa Rita Jail tonight following a medical examination.
  • Molest charges for gay bisexual pedophile Pablo Benitez Mora Pablo Benitez Mora, 40, was charged with one felony count of child molestation and one felony count of annoying or molesting a child, according to the Ukiah Police Department. Mora was arrested after a 7-year-old boy and a 9-year-old girl filed complaints with the police. The 7-year-old boy alleged that Mora showed him pornographic magazines and touched him inappropriately. The 9-year-old girl also told police that Mora touched her inappropriately.
  • Bakersfield youth minister Sanchez accused of having a sexual relationship with an underage girl is expected to appear in Kern County Superior Court Sept. 14 for a preliminary hearing. Guillermo "Willie" Sanchez, 39, faces 11 felony charges, including allegations of lewd touching, sexual intercourse, oral copulation and sodomy. All of the charges stem from a relationship Sanchez allegedly had with an underage girl from 1995 through 1999 while she was a member of his youth group at Westside Church of Christ on Stockdale Highway. The girl is now 19 years old. Sanchez has pleaded innocent to all of the charges.
  • Ricardo Jose Faxas on charges of sexual assault with a foreign object, spousal abuse.
    A 42-year-old Bakersfield man agreed to drop a motion to withdraw a no contest plea, setting the stage for him to be sentenced on charges of sexual assault with a foreign object and spousal abuse. Ricardo Jose Faxas agreed to withdraw the motion Thursday morning after securing a new lawyer and is now set to be sentenced Sept. 8. He could face up to six years in prison. Faxas was arrested in May on several charges related to a 1998 sexual assault and kidnapping in the Rosedale area. Charges of kidnapping and terrorist threats were dropped in July, when Faxas pleaded no contest to the remaining two allegations.
  • Carlos Ordaz, accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a developmentally disabled 14-year-old girl from Bay Meadows today beat a possible life sentence by pleading no contest to a reduced charge. The case caused a stir this spring, when the teen-ager vanished from the San Mateo racetrack while visiting on a Sunday afternoon with her grandparents and older brother. She turned up in the company of Carlos Ordaz at a Caltrain station the next morning. Ordaz, a 26-year-old Burlingame man, was arrested and charged with five felonies that could have led to a life sentence had he been convicted on all counts.

  • Chowchilla Man Facing Felony Charges - Ruben Valdez is suspected of beating his pregnant wife, Rebecca Valdez, last Thursday afternoon in Madera County.
  • Napa Sheriff Looking For Hispanic Molestation Suspect The Napa County Sheriff's Department is looking for a man suspected of molesting a four-year-old girl. A department spokesman said Porfirio Juares, 25, is wanted in connection with an incident involving a four-year-old girl on Friday, Aug. 11. He was last seen by the victim's father in the Napa area on Sunday Aug. 12.
    Juares, who is also known by the last names of Santos, Cruz, Ramirez and Moroy,
    has relatives in San Francisco and Salinas, but police do not know his current address. He is described as a Hispanic adult male with brown eyes and short black hair worn combed back. He is 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighs 165 lbs., and is said to have an involuntary smirk, according to the spokesman.
  • Erika Cruz15-year-old Lodi girl who was abducted last week is in Mexico
    arranging a wedding to her alleged kidnapper.
    Meanwhile, a 15-year-old Lodi girl who was abducted last week apparently is in Mexico arranging a wedding to her alleged kidnapper, Dean said. "They're reportedly in the same village (the victim's) mother is in and planning a wedding, according to family members," Dean said.
    "We have to have Mexican authorities make contact to verify this."
    Erika Cruz was forced into a van near a Lockeford Street liquor store on Aug. 6, allegedly by Lodi's Miguel Higuera with the help of two accomplices.
    Up to 15 Lodi officers, plus members of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, searched for the alleged abductors and Cruz for several days before learning the girl's relatives had failed to reveal subsequent contacts with Higuera.
    Cruz previously told family members that Higuera had threatened to kidnap her in order to develop a romantic relationship. Gregorio Maldonado-Flores and Sabas Santos-Flores are wanted for questioning in connection with the alleged kidnapping.
  • Missing Fresno sisters found; spanic arrested, charged - Johnnie Paul Marquez, 22, faces several molestation charges. - Authorities have charged a 22-year-old man with several molestation felonies after two Fresno girls missing for nearly a week were found early Monday morning. Johnnie Paul Marquez was arrested and booked into Fresno County Jail on charges of concealing the girls from their parents, lewd and lascivious acts with at least one of the girls, lewd and lascivious acts while acting as the girls' caretaker and willful cruelty to at least one of the girls.
  • Ricardo Jose Faxas Sentencing delays in sexual assault and spousal abuse case.
    The sentencing of a Bakersfield man in a sexual assault case was delayed Monday by his request to withdraw his plea bargain. But Ricardo Jose Faxas may also decide to stick with the plea bargain, said defense attorney Rod Williams, who joined the case Monday.
    A decision is expected at an Aug. 25 hearing. Faxas now contends he pleaded no contest to sexual assault and spousal abuse while sick and under pressure and that he didn't make an informed decision. A judge must approve any scrapping of the plea bargain. Faxas, 42, faces a potential prison term of six years under the plea. The case stems from alleged incidents in 1998 involving his estranged wife. He was arrested at the border this year after having spent two years in Mexico.
  • Juan Alvarado Arrested in South Carolina on San Rafael Rape Charge San Rafael Police say a man suspected of raping a 17-year-old girl in his Novato apartment has been apprehended in South Carolina. Police say Juan Alvarado, 25, tried to flee a house and claimed that he was Juan Mendez when arrested. But police had to look no further than the suspect's chest for identification, where he had Alvarado tattooed. Alvarado is charged with rape, unlawful sex with a minor, false imprisonment, and domestic violence.
  • Northern California Hispanics kidnap their brides and take them to Mexico
    Susana Sixtos, 15, of Stockton was allegedly abducted by her cousin Aniceto Sixtos, 22, and taken to Southern California. San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office investigators spoke a few days ago to the girl, now in Mexico, and were told she wants to stay there to marry.
    Three days after Susana Sixtos was taken, Miguel Higuera, 27, and a friend allegedly threw Erika Cruz, 15, of Lodi into a van and sped off. Family members say Higuera and Cruz are heading toward Mexico to meet with Cruz's mother, who lives there, so Higuera can ask for the girl's hand in marriage.
    "In most of the cases that I hear about, the guys kidnap them," Kosan said, "and have sex with the girl." While some of the men have intentions of marrying, she said, most girls are raped and deserted. That means the girls lose the virginity that within their culture is "a commodity that must be valued," she said, adding that even in cases of rape, for some a girl who is not a virgin brings shame on her family and community. "If (the father) believes, 'Oh, my daughter has been dishonored,' that's dishonoring the whole family," Kosan said. "There have been cases where they prefer that she get married than see their daughter stay like that, ruined, because that's how they see it."
  • Sketch Released of Hispanic Cupertino Sexual Assault Suspect
    SEXUAL ASSAULT SUSPECT CUPERTINO - Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office investigators today released a sketch of a suspect wanted in connection with a sexual assault at Vallco Shopping Center in Cupertino. Authorities say the assault occurred at approximately 9 p.m. on Aug. 1. as the 19- year-old female victim was walking to her car.
    The suspect approached and told the victim he had a gun, while simulating a weapon in his pocket. He then forced the victim to drive him to several locations where he sexually assaulted her.
    The suspect got out of the victim's light colored Toyota Sport Utility Vehicle near Stevens Creek Boulevard and Wolfe Road at about 11:45 p.m. and was last seen walking eastbound on Stevens Creek Boulevard. The suspect is described as being a Hispanic male approximately 23 years old. He stands 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs approximately 150 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a lightweight ``Raiders'' jacket, tan pants, a ribbed tank top and a black nylon covering his hair. Anyone with information about this case is asked to call Sgt. Karen Burgess at (408) 867-9715 ext. 7321 or Sgt. Jamie Evans at (408) 299- 2211.
  • Two woman said they were both raped by a Hispanic male they called ``Chico.''
    Vacaville Man Arrested on Multiple Rape Charges BCN63 -RAPE ARREST VACAVILLE (BCN) Vacaville police arrested a man this morning in connection with the rape of two women on Monday. Sgt. Randy Weaver said officers were called to a residence on the north side of town on Monday, where two woman said they were both raped by a Hispanic male they called ``Chico.'' The women were taken to a hospital for treatment, and further investigation collected some evidence at the scene. Police served a search warrant at 312 Brown St. at 9:30 a.m. today and arrested 24-year-old Charles Sanchez. He has been booked into the Solano County Jail on rape charges. Weaver said the case is still under investigation, and more arrests are expected.

  • Molester Tony Alvarado nabbed after getting hit
    A Fresno man was arrested Tuesday night after he broke into a home near Roeding Park and molested a woman and her daughter and attempted to kidnap an 18-month-old child, Fresno police reported Wednesday. Sgt. Richard DeJong said Tony Alvarado, 38, was arrested after he ran from the home, either fell or lay down in the street and was run over. Alvarado suffered minor injuries and was treated at University Medical Center and then booked into the Fresno County Jail on suspicion of sexual battery, child molestation, attempted kidnapping and being under the influence of drugs.
    According to police, Alvarado broke into the home in the 300 block of North Pacific Avenue, took off his clothes and fondled a woman and her daughter before the woman's husband surprised him and attempted to hold him for police. Officers said Alvarado broke free, grabbed the 18-month-old child and tried to run out the house, but the father took the child back. Alvarado was lying on his stomach in the middle of the road when he was run over by the car, whose driver did not stop.

  • Ramon Gaytan Sanchez Sentenced For Attempted Murder of common-law wife
    The Santa Cruz County District Attorney's Office said a Watsonville man was sentenced today in Santa Cruz County Superior Court to two life terms for trying to murder his common-law wife early last year. Assistant District Attorney David Rabow said Ramon Gaytan Sanchez, 32, would not be eligible for parole for approximately 40 years. Rabow said Sanchez was convicted of shooting his former partner in the face in February of last year, in the same room where the couple's children were sleeping, because she refused to resume their relationship.
    She ran from the room and into a neighbor's yard while her roommate dialed 911. Sanchez confronted the roommate with his gun, according to Rabow, and forced her to stop making the call. The roommate fled the house, and Sanchez followed outside to pursue his victim. They struggled with the gun, and another shot was fired into the air.
    When Watsonville police arrived on the scene they found Sanchez a short distance away with a cut to his neck, where he had apparently attempted to cut his own throat. According to Rabow, he told police he had planned to kill his former partner and himself. Sanchez was convicted of attempted premeditated murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, child endangerment and other felony charges and special allegations.

  • San Jose Teacher Suspected of Molestation Arrested BCN30 -DUARTE ARRESTED SAN JOSE (BCN) A San Jose fifth grade teacher wanted on child molestation charges has been arrested in New Mexico. Police have been searching for Mario Otilio Duarte, 49, since July. He allegedly molested five female students between the ages of 10 and 11 at San Jose's Ann Darling Elementary School where he worked from September 1998 through June of this year.
    Duarte was arrested on August 2 in Tucumcari, New Mexico after a routine traffic stop along Interstate 40. He is currently being held in New Mexico and awaiting extradition to San Jose. Police are continuing to search for possible additional victims in the case. Anyone with information about this case is asked to call Detective Connie Solma at (408) 277-4102. JasonBennert420p8/03/00
  • San Jose Police Say Hispanic Teacher Allegedly Molested Fifth-grade girls The San Jose Police Department today reports at least five fifthgrade students have allegedly been molested by a teacher at Ann Darling Elementary school since the 1998 school year. Sgt. Steve Dixon said the June 13 investigation to date has uncovered five victims, all girls ages 10 and 11, who police say were molested in Mario Otilio Duarte's fifth grade classroom between Sept. 1998 and June 2000.
    Dixon said because of the predatory nature of the suspect's actions, police believe there are other victims that have not yet come forward. Dixon said the police department's efforts to arrest the 49-yearold suspect have been unsuccessful and a no-bail warrant has been issued. Duarte is described as a Hispanic male with black hair and brown eyes, 5 feet and 11 inches tall, and 204 pounds. Dixon said the suspect is known to use several aliases including Mario Duarte Cifuentes, M. Otillo Duarte, Pedro Escamilla Jr., Pedro Villa Escamilla and Mario Rojas Fuentes.
    Anyone with information helpful in locating Duarte or in locating any additional victims is asked to call the San Jose Police Department Child Exploitation Detail at (408) 277-4102 or Crimestoppers at (408) 947-STOP.
  • John Peral held in gay sex assault on boy TURLOCK -- Police arrested a Livingston man Thursday night in connection with the kidnap and sexual assault of an 11-year- old Turlock boy. Peral, described as the brother of a friend of the boy's family, drove the boy to an orange grove outside of town and sodomized him.
  • Spanic Stalker shoots Gabriela Garcia, then turns gun on self
    DELANO — A man and woman were in very critical condition late Tuesday after the man reportedly shot the woman at least twice and then turned the gun on himself.
    Family members said the man had been stalking Delano resident Gabriela Garcia, 22, after she rebuffed his advances in recent weeks. She was shot in the chest and abdomen by the man just outside her home on Garces Highway about 5:05 p.m. Garcia was reported in very critical condition after surgery at Delano Regional Medical Center late Tuesday.
    According to Delano police, the man shot Garcia before shooting himself in the head. Garcia's cousin Carolina Ayon said she and Garcia were heading back to their house after checking the mail when the man grabbed Garcia and pulled her to the side of the house.
    She said the man had been stalking Garcia for the past several days. Ayon said she ran into her home and called the police. "Then I heard gunshots," Ayon said in a shaky voice.
    Delano police Chief Jack Griggs said Garcia and her assailant were arguing in the parking stall next to the home before the suspect fired. Ayon said Garcia didn't know the man well. "He wanted to be her boyfriend, but she didn't want to," Ayon said.
    Garcia lived with her cousin and stayed inside the house often because the man they suspected to be stalking her would drive up and down the street, according to family members. Police officials couldn't immediately confirm that the man had been stalking Garcia.
    Neighbors who described their neighborhood as being safe were caught off-guard by the incident. "I heard three shots," neighbor Sal Ornelas said. Garcia and her assailant were taken to Delano Regional Medical Center by paramedics with unknown injuries. After initial treatment, the man was taken to Kern Medical Center for further treatment. He was in very critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head late Tuesday. Detectives are investigating the shooting.

  • Area boxer faces charges in domestic violence case
    Sacramento boxer Diego Corrales
    , who has a history of domestic violence,
    will be arraigned today on charges of felony spousal abuse, assault and possession
    of a sawed-off shotgun, prosecutors said Tuesday.
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Ramirez, Ramirez, Ramirez, Ramirez Wanted by the FBI
The 'NAFTA' railroad serial killer Ramirez
"The Railroad Killer"
Rafael Resendez- Ramirez,
a Mexican national,
was put on FBI 'Top 10'
Eumir Ramirez
Kidnapping, Rape
Jaime Ramirez
Kidnapping, Rape
Juan Ramirez
Kidnapping, Rape
Richard Ramirez: Los Angeles transient known as
the Night Stalker killed 16+
Ramirez, Vincent
Lewd and/or 
lascivious act
Carlos Ramirez
for Murder
Ramirez, Marco Antonio wanted for Murder
in El Paso
Some recent highlights fro Southern California 

 * Mrs. Soto Convicted Of Murdering husband as he slept and dismembering him
   Updated 5:42 PM ET December 23, 1999
  (VENTURA) -- An abused spouse who shot her husband and dismembered him is found
  guilty of first degree murder. It took a Ventura county jury less than three days of
  deliberations to conclude that Gladis Soto planned and carried out the killing of her
  husband, Pedro Alba, as he slept. Her attorneys had hoped for a manslaughter conviction.
  She faces a possible sentence of 50 years to life, with more time added for assault with a
  deadly weapon, and for ramming the car of her husband's lover.

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