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Monday, Apr 24 2017
Jose Fernando Bustos-Diaz
Up To $5,000 Reward
White(Hispanic) sex: Male dob: 12/07/88 height: 5'8" weight: 195 lbs. aka: Jose Fernando Diaz, Jose Fernando Bustos, Jose Fernando Bustos-Dias, Fernano Bustos-Diaz smt: Tattoos: Heart with a cross on the webbing of his left hand; "Vanessa' with one dot on the inside of his left wrist; "Lizeth" on the inside of his right wrist. Birthmarks: Upper right and left sides of chest. Scars: Acne scaring on face. fbi #: 713201MC6 sid #: TX07768046 tdc #: 01381271 Wanted For: Flight-Escape (Original Offense: Homicide), Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution Gang(s): N/A cch: Murder Intentionally Cause Death lka: 1459 West Highway 85 lkc: Dilley, Texas
caution: Should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS!
DETAILS:

On January 30, 2005, Jose Fernando BUSTOS-DIAZ was working as a ranch hand at The Oaks of Kendalwood stables in northwest Harris County when he committed a homicide. He pleaded guilty to Murder and received a 35-year sentence in TDCJ prison.

On April 6, 2010, BUSTOS-DIAZ escaped from the TDCJ Briscoe Unit in Dilley, Texas, located in Frio County approximately 70 miles southwest of San Antonio. On the same day, TDCJ and the Frio County Sheriff's Office both issued warrants for his arrest for Escape. On April 13, the U.S. Marshals Service issued a warrant for Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution. 

BUSTOS-DIAZ is believed to have fled to Mexico.



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