Caris Ayala- Georgia- 2012 Jan 9, 2013 15:44:11 GMT -5
Post by HeadMarshal on Jan 9, 2013 15:44:11 GMT -5
(Above photo credit: FBI.Gov)
Fugitive Profile as of August 19th, 2014 (Based on FBI.gov profile):
Aliases: Caris Ayala-Rivas, Caris Ayala, Karis Ayala, Caris Evendi Ayala Riva
Date(s) of Birth Used: September 5, 1985
Weight: 140 pounds
Race: White (Hispanic)
Remarks: Ayala may have ties to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Mexico. She may be traveling with her husband, Noe Castillo-Ramirez, and their young daughter in a black Toyota T-100 pick-up truck with Georgia license plates BKM9384. Castillo-Ramirez, who is wanted on a local arrest warrant and is charged with hindering the apprehension of a fugitive, is described as a Hispanic male, 5'10", 160 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes, and a date of birth of April 25, 1980.
Who to call if you've seen her: Local FBI field office or embassy or submit a web tip at tips.fbi.gov
I know that only eight women have ever been added to the FBI MW List and they get added for specific reasons, however today I shall bring up the case of Georgia fugitive Caris Ayala and explain why I feel she is a decent contender for the FBI List.
Ayala failed to make an interview appointment set up by authorities in Fulton County, Georgia on Oct 9, 2012. Ayala was then charged with Cruelty To Children after beating a five-month old boy she was babysitting. After the boy was removed from life support and died on Oct 26, 2012, Ayala was charged with murder.
I shall now present reasons as to why I feel she would be a good candidate.
#1: Caris Ayala's case is rather similar to that of Genero Dorantes (who spent nearly 3 years on the FBI MW List). Both involved murders of young children in their care, and both went on the run with other children. Not only were the murders obviously horrific, but authorities had every reason to be concerned about the child that Dorantes and his girlfriend Martha Paltan abducted, and the same goes for Ayala and her nearly one-year old baby.
#2: Ayala is believed to be travelling with her husband, Noe Castillo-Ramirez. Now people can recongize either of the two which should result in the apprehension of both of them.
#3: Ayala's crime is much more recent when compared to nearly all of the more recent Top Ten fugitives (at the time they were added to the list). With capture numbers dwindling in the past couple of decades, the FBI may see it being worthwhile to add more recent fugitives to their list. After all, the more time a fugitive remains on the run, the more difficult he or she becomes to capture.
#4: The FBI could show that they pursue female fugitives like they do with male fugitives.
Admin Note #1: In April of 2015, Ayala was aired as a PSA on the national antenna crime channel "Justice Network", therefore she has been moved to the fugitives on tv section.
Admin Note #2: Admin Note: If you have any (news-related) updated information on this case, please contact us here: amwfans.com/thread/1662/website-contact-form