Motive for murders most likely can be attributed to a criminal enterprise
September 21, 2010
CALIFORNIA FUGITIVE NEWS -- Four Yuba County murder fugitives, Alfredo Valdovinos Chavez, Guillermo Larios, Garcia, Saul Marroquin, and Nicolaus Solano, are most wanted for a triple homicide, which occurred on March 13, 2008, in Linda, California. All four men are charged with three counts of homicide each. No information is available to associate Chavez, Larios, Marroquin, or Solano with a gang, and police have not discussed a motive for the crime. Nonetheless, in most cases of conspiratorial murder, motive is likely to be attributed to a criminal enterprise. Therefore, the lack of information, correlation, or evidence offered the public in this case best describes the motive of an indiscriminate felony murder. A crime motivated by the theft of illegal drugs or the collection of a debt. Although this hypothesis is open to conjecture, it is at least providing a working theoretical explanation of the following synopsis for the triple slaying committed in Linda, California.
On March 13, 2008, Yuba County Sheriff's investigators responded to a triple homicide at the Malvern Apartments on 1485 N Beale Road in Linda. Discovered inside the apartments were the bodies of three Hispanic male victims, 37-year-old Jesus Arreguin-Cardenas, his 31-year-old brother, Jose Arreguin-Cardenas, and 27-year-old, Manuel Robles-Basurto. All three victims died of gunshot wounds as a result of an attack. According to Yuba County Sheriff's Department, witness statements and forensic evidence later revealed the identification of the shooters to be Chavez, Larios, Marroquin, or Solano. Arrest warrants were then individually issued and a public appeal for the location of the four Yuba County murder fugitives described below.
Alfredo Valdovinos Chavez is described as:
Guillermo Larios Garcia is described as:
Fugitive Garcia has used numerous aliases:
Saul Marroquin a.k.a. "Saul Pimenpel" is described as:
Nicolaus Solano a.k.a. "Jose Garcia Romero" is described as:
The Yuba County Sheriff's Department is asking anyone with information about these three homicides, or know the whereabouts of these four most wanted Yuba County murder fugitives, to call 530-749-7777.