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Thursday, Aug 17 2017
Jesus Alberto Villegas
Up To $7,500 Reward
American Indian sex: Male dob: 06/22/79 height: 5'11" weight: 145 lbs. aka: Pecas smt: Tattoo on back fbi #: 642966DB7 sid #: TX05767256 tdc #: N/A Wanted For: Sexual Assault of a Child, Felony Theft, Prohibited Weapons Violation Gang(s): N/A cch: Theft of Property, Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Driving While License Suspended, Prohibited Weapons lka: 3110 Bickley lkc: Abilene, Texas
caution: Subject should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS!
DETAILS: In August 1996, Jesus Alberto VILLEGAS became involved in an altercation with unkown subjects in Abilene, Texas, during which VILLEGAS was stabbed twice with a knife.

On December 9, 1996, VILLEGAS and an accomplice were arrested in Fort Worth while in possession of a vehicle that had been stolen the previous day from a residence in Abilene.

In 1997, VILLEGAS was arrested for Possession of a Prohibited Weapon after he was found in possession of a 15" sawed-off rifle, which had been concealed in the middle console of his vehicle.

In 1998, VILLEGAS was charged with Sexual Assault of a Child. He absconded shortly after.

The Taylor County Sheriff's Office currently holds warrants for VILLEGAS' arrest for Felony Theft, Prohibited Weapons, and Sexual Assault of a Child. He was last seen in 1998 in Abilene.

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