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    Mexican Mafia Slaying Suspect Walks Out of Jail

    Slaying Suspect Walks Out of Jail
    Slaying Suspect Assumes Cellmate's Identity, Walks Out of Texas County Jail


    In this undated photo provided by the Bexar County Sheriffs Department, David Sauceda, 27, is shown. Sauceda, who is facing charges of murder, aggravated robbery and burglary with intent to commit assault escaped from Bexar County Jail on Sunday after assuming the identity of another inmate, officials said. (Bexar County Jail via San Antonio Express-News/AP Photo)

    SAN ANTONIO Oct 29, 2007 (AP)


    A slaying suspect escaped from a county jail by assuming the identity of another inmate and was on the loose for more than six hours before authorities realized he was gone, officials said. He was still at large Monday morning.

    The man who escaped, David Sauceda, 27, walked out of jail early Sunday morning when he gave the name, address, Social Security number, birth date and system ID number of his cellmate, Michael Garcia, according to the sheriff's department.


    An unidentified person had posted bond for Garcia, who is in jail on a felony auto theft charge. Tafolla said officers went to retrieve Garcia, but when they called Garcia's name, Sauceda stepped forward and repeated his cellmate's personal information.

    Authorities from San Antonio south to the Mexican border were searching for Sauceda, who is considered armed and dangerous.

    "He had it down pat," Bexar County Sheriff Roland Tafolla said Sunday night.

    Tafolla said Sauceda and Garcia are members of the Mexican Mafia.

    Sauceda and his brother, Jesse Sauceda, were charged in the November 2006 killing of a San Antonio man, and with robbing a 59-year-old woman after binding her with duct tape.

    Tafolla said the department will review its jail release procedures to figure out what went wrong. "We made an error," he said.

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory?id=3789069

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    How pathetic is this, what , they have no picture on their ID! Well i guess they better issue picture ID's



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    The common American citizen in being forced into biometrics and all that crap while things like this can happen?

    The law abiding citizen is to be treated more suspect and with tighter ID security that INCARCERATED CRIMINALS?

    WTF?

    Drop the interstate passports for citizens until you can ID and monitor the convicts, then we'll talk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orchid_noir
    The common American citizen in being forced into biometrics and all that crap while things like this can happen?

    The law abiding citizen is to be treated more suspect and with tighter ID security that INCARCERATED CRIMINALS?

    WTF?

    Drop the interstate passports for citizens until you can ID and monitor the convicts, then we'll talk.
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    Unbelievable.
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    This is so ridiculous! This is something Barney Fife would fall for in Mayberry. Oops! I released the wrong man. Andy!!!!!........

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    Escaped Murder Suspect Almost Caught Before Crossing Into Mexico
    Reported by: Ryan O'Donnell

    Last Update: 10/30 6:55 pm


    The murder suspect who escaped from the Bexar County Jail was almost caught right after the escape.

    As it turns out, David Sauceda's escape was well planned, and Sauceda's girlfriend was in on it from the beginning.

    It started with Sauceda's cellmate, Michael Garcia. Garcia gave personal information to Sauceda. Sauceda then gave the information to his girlfriend, Angela Jaime, who had the money to post bail for Garcia.

    Sauceda then tricked jail personnel by using his cellmate's information and walked out. From there, he and his girlfriend headed to Nuevo Laredo. However, Sauceda and Jaime were almost caught on the way. The pair and another couple were pulled over in Cotulla, but were released just as the word of his escape was being broadcast.

    Once in Nuevo Laredo, Sauceda and Jaime were picked up on video surveillance cameras at the border crossing into Mexico with who investigators believe are two of Jaime's children.

    Jaime has 3 other children in San Antonio that she left behind. The children said they haven't seen their mother in months.

    The U.S. Marshals and the Bexar County Sheriff's Department are working with their sources in Mexico, hoping to find and bring Sauceda and Jaime back to the U.S.

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