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    Guess who's on the 10 MOST WANTED List

    Most wanted: apprehending fugitives on its top-10 list

    Crime Stoppers posts notices in hopes public will have tips

    By Pauline Repard
    San Diego Union-Tribune Staff Writer
    April 19, 2009

    San Diego Police Department's 10 MOST WANTED

    1. Abdi Jama Adan: Suspicion of murder
    Adan, 41, is suspected of killing his sister-in-law, Tigist Mohammed, 23, on Sept. 9, 1998. The two are believed to have argued while walking in City Heights. Police said Adan chased her into the street, where a car struck her. He then stabbed her in the back and neck, police said. Adan, a Somali, may have fled the country.

    2. Ivan Javier Alvarado: Suspicion of murder
    Alvarado, 31, is suspected of shooting Manuel Eduardo Chavez, 19, on Jan. 23, 2006, in Oak Park. San Diego police said Chavez was at a home and smoking methamphetamine when Alvarado came out of a bedroom and saw Chavez, sitting on a sofa, pull his hands from his waistband. Alvarado drew a gun and shot Chavez, police said. Alvarado allegedly told friends he thought Chavez had a gun.

    3. Juan Carlos Bracamontes: Suspicion of kidnapping, rape, assault
    Bracamontes, 28, with Jardiel Romero, is suspected of raping a woman July 24, 1999. The victim, 31, was walking home when two men abducted her, took her to a vacant lot in San Marcos and raped her. Romero was convicted in 2000 of assault with intent to commit a sexual assault and was sentenced to a year in jail.

    4. Fidel Rowan Flores: Suspicion of child molestation
    Flores, 45, is suspected of molesting his girlfriend's 10-year-old daughter in 1997 and for the next four years while he lived with them in City Heights.

    5. Guy Emmett Fulkerson: Suspicion of child molestation
    Fulkerson, 59, is suspected of molesting a child for two years. San Diego police said he befriended a woman, who then arranged for him to tutor her 8-year-old son in math in 1988. Fulkerson was arrested in 1991 on suspicion of molestation and released on bond. He fled to the Bahamas and may have later lived in Rio de Janeiro.

    6. Julio Cesar Jacobo-Curiel: Suspicion of murder
    Jacobo-Curiel, 59, is suspected of strangling Mimi Rohwer, 75, whose body was found Jan. 23, 2008, at her home in San Marcos. Rohwer had allowed Jacobo-Curiel, an undocumented day laborer from Mexico, to live with her.

    7. Chang Chi Kao: Suspicion of murder
    Kao, 29, is suspected of shooting David Dobson, 19, on Sept. 13, 1998, in San Carlos in a case of mistaken identity. About a dozen men went looking for a white teen who had kicked at one man's car. The mob came across Dobson, then beat and stabbed him before Kao shot him, police said.

    8. Imeldo Molina Laurel: Suspicion of murder
    Laurel, 55, is suspected of shooting co-workers Maria Martinez, 38, and Manuel Alvarez, 46, on Dec. 18, 2005. Laurel and Martinez had had an affair before she broke it off, investigators said. The victims were on a work break outside Polaris Pool Systems in Vista. Laurel saw Martinez with Alvarez and shot them, investigators said. Laurel is believed to have fled to Mexico.

    9. Jorge Alberto Naranjo: Suspicion of murder, robbery
    Naranjo, 24, and David Garcia are suspected of strangling Lee Woodard, 57, on Oct. 24, 2007, at the Economy Inn in San Ysidro, where Woodard was staying. Naranjo and Garcia took property from Woodard and then strangled him, police said. Garcia was arrested Dec. 5, 2007, in Chula Vista and is awaiting trial set for May 6.

    10. Elio Sosa aka Elio Arriola Correa: Suspicion of murder, kidnapping
    Sosa, 32, is suspected of shooting Herman Lucas Castaneda, 33, on March 18, 1995, in Bonsall. Sosa, Castaneda and a third man, all illegal-immigrant workers, shared a small residence. The third man said he was outside when he heard gunshots indoors. Sosa then forced the man to drive him away. The man crashed the vehicle, and Sosa ran into an orchard. He is believed to be in Mexico.

    Online: For more information on Crime Stoppers, go to

    Julio Cesar Jacobo-Curiel, suspected of strangling a 75-year-old woman last year, is one of the county's most wanted fugitives.
    Guy Emmett Fulkerson is another. He is suspected of molesting a child 18 years ago.

    Both men occupy spots on the San Diego County Crime Stoppers 10 Most Wanted list, created to draw public attention to especially coldblooded, unsolved crimes when investigators run out of leads.

    Choosing a suspect for the 10 Most Wanted follows no set criteria or formula. A San Diego police officer and a sheriff's deputy assigned full time to the nonprofit Crime Stoppers make the selections.

    “I pick the cases investigators have shown great interest in,

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    How many of the people on this list are illegal aliens?

    How many are legal non-citizens.

    How many are anchor babies?

    How many are naturalized citizens?

    How many are real, born in the U.S.A,. citizens?

    Why will the S.D.U.T. never tell us these things?

    (Maybe the new owners of the S.D.U.T. will.)

    Don't reward the criminal actions of millions of illegal aliens by giving them citizenship.

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    Use the Freedom of Information Act and ask them. Never hurts to try.

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    How many of the "top 10" are ILLEGALS now hiding in their "home" countries or hiding among other ILLEGALS in the United States? Our FAMILIES are at the mercy of ILLEGALS and their Anchors being murdered, raped, infected with disease, or robbed. We can see the results of the ILLEGAL invasion in our courts every day! But NOT to worry the Chamber of Commerce will get their "cheap labor" increasing "their privatized" PROFITS while socializing the "benefits" for their ILLEGALS on the back of United States Citizens, thanks to our past and current Presidents, the Congressional Leadership(?), and local elected and appointed officials!!

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    FBI Top Ten

    Edward Eugene Harper

    Usama Bin Laden

    Jason Derek Brown

    James J. Bulger

    Emigdio Preciado Jr

    Robert William Fisher

    Victor Manuel Gerena

    Glen Stewart Godwin

    Jorge Alberto Lopez-Orozco

    Alexis Flores
    287(g) + e-verify + SSN no match = Attrition through enforcement

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    How many of these scum bags are living right here in the states under a new Identiy...

    Identy theft doesn't seem to bother this government or homeland security!
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