Post by HeadMarshal on Nov 1, 2018 14:32:21 GMT -5
Photo Credits: KAKE News
--- On July 7, 2018, authorities in Wichita, Kansas found Lucy Mojica who was suffering from several gunshot wounds. She was rushed to a local hospital but tragically, she died from her injuries. Her estranged husband, Juan Caballeros-Yescas was named the primary alleged suspect and a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Right after Lucy's murder, Juan had left Kansas in 2010 Volkswagen Beetle, with Minnesota license plate 119TDG. He returned a few hours later and allegedly committed an armed robbery. He has not been seen or heard from since.
Based on crime location, it is advised to contact the local Crime Stoppers in Wichita at 267-2111 if you have any information on Juan Caballeros-Yescas's whereabouts.
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-- Thoughts? As of today, November 01, 2018, it appears that Juan Caballeros-Yescas is still at large since there was an article done about the manhunt on October 4th. More importantly, his name comes up in the search results for the Sedgwick County Most Wanted page. Of course as seems to be the case for certain US websites, it doesn't come up on either my laptop or phone, most likely because I'm out of Canada. If someone can check the Sheriff's site and/or the Segdwick County Warrants page, it would be appreciated.
Post by HeadMarshal on Mar 26, 2019 12:52:08 GMT -5
I apologize if I have any of this wrong, but I notice either a relative or a friend of Lucy Monica has been spreading the word on this manhunt on the In Pursuit with John Walsh FB page.
Special alert to readers in the following locations as Juan could be hiding out in your area according to the posts. El Paso and Garland in Texas, Ciudad Juarez and Ciudad Durango in Mexico as well as a location in Mexico called “Francisco I Madera”. Google searches indicate that may actually be the town of “Francisco I Madero” in the Mexican State of Durango.