Welder Dubon- New Jersey- 2007 (CAPTURED) Jun 22, 2015 2:09:34 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Jun 22, 2015 2:09:34 GMT -5
Fugitive Profile as of June 22nd, 2015: (based on FBI.Gov wanted poster)
Full Name: Welder Dario Morento Dubon
Date(s) of Birth Used: December 19, 1985
Place of Birth: Guatemala
Weight: 160 pounds
Race: White (Hispanic)
TIPS: If you have any information concerning this person, please contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.
Welder "Dario" Dubon was aired on the September 12th, 2009 episode of America's Most Wanted and is among the FBI's Most Wanted for violent crimes and murders. Although the archive no longer works, I found a relatively recent local article that does a good job at going into detail on the case:
A New Jersey family is issuing a desperate plea to solve the murder of a young man engaged to be married, before being brutally beaten to death.
His accused killer is on the run, and is now on the New Jersey State Police list of most wanted felons.
The FBI and U.S. Marshals are also looking for 27-year old Welder Morente Dubon.
He has managed to hide for nearly seven years and could be anywhere. The suspect has some very distinctive features.
He is extremely short: 5'2", and has a crooked right eye. He's also known to be extremely violent.
No one knows that better than the family of Joey Tremarco of Millington, New Jersey, viciously murdered with no chance to fight back.
"There is just a sadness. A terrible sadness. Every day, every night, he's the first and last thing I think about," said his mother Debbie Tremarco.
For Joey Tremarco's parents, it's not just that they lost their 23-year-old son, it's how that haunts them.
Joey Tremarco, who worked in the family scrap metal business, was making a pick-up in Plainfield, New Jersey, in March of 2007; he suspected an employee, Welder Morente-Dubon, an illegal Guatamalan immigrant, had been stealing. The two argued.
"He was bending down to pick something up and he was struck with a baseball bat across the back of his head. And he continued to beat him," Debbie said. "This person just has no regards to human life," Debbie said.
Joey, who lived with at home with his parents in Millington, was engaged to be married to his high school sweetheart, Carmela Gramaglia.
"I still hear his laugh, I still remember his laugh, and I can still most importantly remember his smile," said Gramaglia.
She also remembers that day. They were all gathered at the family house.
"I just heard everybody was screaming. People were running into the house. Running out of the house. And it was said they found Joe. And he was dead," Carmela said.
Dubon seemingly disappeared. He is the subject of a national and international manhunt, and on the New Jersey State Police 12 Most Wanted list.
"It is one of the most violent crimes that have taken place in the state of New Jersey in which the felon has not yet been apprehended," said Justin Blackwell of the New Jersey State Police.
Agents have chased leads on Welder in and out of the country.
('Any idea where he could be?') "Mexico, Guatamala, Panama. It's also possible he snuck back into the United States," said deputy U.S. Marshal Christopher Manna.
"He doesn't know the damage he has done. And that is just one thing that I wish one day we could see him and let him know what he truly has done," said Carmela. "My life was shattered right before me, a young girl whose dreams were to marry your high school sweetheart. The man that you knew was the guy for you. It was all taken away in seconds. There is never going to be an answer that is going to fulfill my broken heart."
"And they always say, oh time heals all pain, well it doesn't. It puts a patch over a big open wound in your heart. And, it's hard," Debbie Tremarco said.
Thoughts? Considering a federal warrant was issued in 2011 and the brutality of the crime, I think Dubon would actually make a great addition to the FBI's Top 10 list should a spot ever open up.
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