Post by HeadMarshal on Oct 31, 2015 13:40:55 GMT -5
(Above photo credit: fortsmithpd.org)
Fugitive Profile based on Fort Smith (Arkansas) P.D. website:
Race: Hispanic Gender: Male Height: 5'5" Weight: 150 lbs. Eyes: Black Hair: Brown DOB: June 15, 1970 (AKA August 18, 1977)
According to Fort Smith P.D. website, anyone with information about Antonio Diaz-Garcia or know of his whereabouts is asked to call the Fort Smith Police Department at (479) 709-5000 or dial (479) 78-CRIME.
At midnight on December 25, 2010, Antonio Diaz-Garcia had attended a Christmas party in Fort Smith, Arkansas. 67-year old Aaron Ortiz had made a toast at the party that Antonio took the wording as offensive. The two men got into an altercation in which Aaron's 42-year old son joined to help his father. Aaron and his son went outside to confront Antonio who fired five to six bullets at them, killing Aaron and seriously wounding his son. In 2011, Antonio's gun was located at a chicken farm, ballistics testing revealed that it was the same weapon used in the double shooting. As of 2012, Antonio has believed to been traveling back and forth between Mexico, Oklahoma and Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Thoughts? I'm not aware of the exact wording that Aaron Ortiz used during his toast at a festive party, but if Antonio can try to kill two people over a toast, I feel he is a danger to everyone around him.
Unfortunately, I'm seemingly still waiting on that toast to Diaz-Garcia's capture as he is still listed as one of Ft. Smith's most wanted as of 2/17/2018. That site has a 2017 time stamp which means he was at least wanted as of last year.
Post by Scumhunter on Oct 21, 2019 21:26:03 GMT -5
There is no longer an active Fort Smith wanted listing (only an archived listing) and I oddly can't find Diaz-Garcia in Sebastian County Arkansas warrants search despite finding some other Fort Smith fugitives in there.
I'm going to assume Diaz-Garcia is still at large as of this update (10/21/2019) since I've seen nothing online to suggest otherwise, however I currently have no officially way of continually confirming this. Of course, if anyone has any updates/proof-of-updates, they are always more than welcome to let us know.