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Two state prison inmates escaped the Salinas Valley state prison, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation confirmed Sunday.

Two state prison inmates escaped the Salinas Valley state prison, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation confirmed Sunday.

Richard P. Almanza, 23, and Jonathan J. Damiano, 35, were reported missing around 8:55 a.m. from the minimum-support facility after they were seen running through a nearby vineyard. The Salinas Valley state prison officials confirmed the two escaped after conducting an emergency count. KCRA3 reported.

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Almanza is 5’8” tall and weighs 134 pounds with brown eyes and black hair, officials said.

Damiano is 5’11” tall and weighs 225 pounds with brown eyes and brown hair.



CDCR said Almanza came from Santa Barbara in August 2016 on a four-year, eight-month sentence for first-degree burglary and manufacturing and possession of blackjack as a second striker. Damiano is serving a three-year sentence for second-degree burglary.

Lt. Eduardo Mazariegos said both inmates were projected to be released sometime next year.

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“It’s a minimum facility. It’s for people getting ready to be released. They’re in an area a lot more privileged — they have a lot more leeway — why throw all that away?” Mazariegos said.

Anyone with information leading to the location of the inmates is encouraged to call law enforcement or 911.

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FBI seeks suspects for Chase ATM robbery

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Two people robbed a Chase ATM outside of a bank Thursday afternoon in south suburban Calumet City, Illinois.

Two people robbed a Chase ATM outside of a bank Thursday afternoon in south suburban Calumet City, Illinois.

About 3:47 p.m., two male suspects robbed the Chase ATM outside the bank branch at 1783 River Oaks Drive in Calumet City, according to FBI Chicago spokeswoman Special Agent Janine Wheeler.

Two people robbed a Chase ATM outside of a bank Thursday afternoon in south suburban Calumet City, Illinois.

One of the suspects stood between 5-foot-9 and 5-foot-11, weighed 150 to 160 pounds and had a light complexion, the FBI said. The other was between 5-foot-10 and 6-foot-1, weighed 150 to 175 pounds with a thin build and had a dark complexion. Fox Chicago reported.



They both wore all black clothing and used handguns during the robbery, according to the FBI.

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Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to call the FBI’s Chicago Field Office at (312) 421-6700. A reward of up to $1,000 is being offered for information leading to their arrests.

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Mexican drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero added to FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list – REWARD $20 million

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A Mexican drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero convicted in the 1985 murder of a DEA agent was added to the FBI's list of 10 most wanted list fugitives.

A Mexican drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero convicted in the 1985 murder of a DEA agent was added to the FBI’s list of 10 most wanted list fugitives.

Rafael Caro Quintero was mistakenly released from a Mexican federal prison in 2013 while serving a 40 years sentence for the kidnapping and killing of DEA Special Agent Enrique Camarena Salazar.

“We believe he is still in Mexico,” FBI Deputy Director David Bowdich said at a conference.

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Bowdich said the most wanted list is “one of our most valuable tools,” and that 484 of the 518 fugitives who were on the list have been captured.

The FBI also increased the reward for Caro Quintero’s arrest to $20 million. James Walsh, a deputy assistant secretary in the U.S. State Department, said the amount is the highest offered by Narcotics Reward Program and the highest among the 33 active fugitives.

A Mexican drug lord convicted in the 1985 murder of a DEA agent was added to the FBI's list of 10 most wanted list fugitives.

No Mexican officials attended the conference, but DEA acting administrator Robert Patterson said: “Our working relationship with Mexico at our level is superb.”

Also, federal officials unsealed an additional indictment against drug lord Rafael Quintero, accusing him of trafficking in methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, and marijuana from 1980 until 2017.

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Rafael Quintero has controlled the Sinaloa Cartel along with Ismael Zambada Garcia aka “El Mayo” since the arrest of Joaquin Guzman aka “El Chapo”

Federal authorities say it’s the first time that a suspect sought by the DEA has been added to the FBI’s list.

If you have any information in regards this person, please contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI or your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate, or you can submit an anonymous tip online.

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San Jose police seek man who stole guns and threatened to kill people in San Francisco

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A Bay Area-wide manhunt is underway for someone who authorities say threatened to kill people in San Francisco. San Jose police believe Dustin Hamilton is armed with a revolver and shotgun he stole from his parent's house.

A Bay Area-wide manhunt is underway for someone who authorities say threatened to kill people in San Francisco. San Jose police believe Dustin Hamilton is armed with a revolver and shotgun he stole from his parent’s house.

The 44-year-old Dustin Hamilton apparently made those threats in a note that he left behind at the scene of the crime. ABC7 News reported.

There’s a sense of disbelief among residents in the quiet Willow Glen neighborhood in San Jose. Residents there say they’re very shocked by the allegations.

“He’s too good of a kid to do something like this, that’s why I don’t understand it,” said Willow Glen resident Thomas Smith.

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San Jose police are looking for Hamilton, who they say broke into his parents’ home on Husted Avenue on Tuesday and stole several of their guns while they were out of town.

Police issued a warning after discovering Wednesday night that Hamilton had written a note threatening to kill people in San Francisco and law enforcement in general.

“We’ve been working on it actively since last night, and we’re warning the public and also asking them for their help,” said Sgt. Enrique Garcia.



Police tell ABC7 that Hamilton has 2 outstanding warrants out of San Francisco for assault and vandalism. 3 additional warrants have since been added for what happened in San Jose including burglary, criminal threats, and felon in possession of a firearm.

Sources say Hamilton has been homeless for nearly a decade despite offers of help over the years from friends and family.

“Makes me nervous, especially with everything that’s going on in the world today,” said Willow Glen resident Michelle Mesita.

Neighbors hope Hamilton turns himself in before anyone gets hurt.

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“I hope this brings him back around to where he’s getting the help that he needs,” said Smith.

At this point, police tell us Hamilton could be anywhere in the Bay Area.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or contact Detective Matt Brackett and Detective Emilio Perez of the San Jose Police Department’s Assaults Unit at (408) 277-5283.

Persons wishing to remain anonymous can either call the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at (408) 947-STOP (7867) or submit a tip online.

Persons providing information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect may be eligible for a cash reward from the Crime Stoppers (408) 947-STOP (7867).

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