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The person's listed below are of interest to the Fullerton Police Department. They are either wanted for crimes committed in the city of Fullerton or missing under suspicious circumstances. We hope their photographs and information may lead to locating them and the apprehension of criminals.


WANTED

Juan Manuel Lopez

Want: Murder (187 P.C.)

Description: Date of Birth 03/09/71, Male, Hispanic, 5'6", 130 lbs., brown Hair, brown eyes (Description and photo 1989)

Additional Information: A warrant is outstanding for the arrest of Lopez in connection with a stabbing death that occurred on 6-25-89 near the intersection of Vista Del Mar and Acacia in Fullerton. It is believed that Lopez has fled to Mexico. Any one with information on Lopez or his whereabouts should contact Det. Barry Coffman at (714) 738-5361

  Jose Guadalupe Lopez

Want: Assault with a deadly weapon (245(a)(1)P.C.

Description: Date of Birth 01/21/73, Male, Hispanic, 5'8", 165 lbs., brown hair, brown eyes ( Description and photo from 1989)

Additional Information: Lopez is wanted along with his brother, Juan, in connection with a stabbing death that occurred on 6-25-89 near the intersection of Vista Del Mar and Acacia in Fullerton. It is believed that Lopez has fled to Mexico. Any one with information on Lopez or his whereabouts should contact Det. Barry Coffman at (714) 738-5361.

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MISSING PERSON (Suspicious Circumstances)

Jaime Rodrigo Daza

Description: Date of Birth 12/7/59, Male, Hispanic, 5'7", 120 lbs., black hair, brown eyes, 8 inch surgery scar over left elbow. Description and photograph from 1990.

Additional Information: Daza was reported missing to the Fullerton Police Department in April of 1991 but he was actually last seen in Fullerton sometime in June of 1990. His car was found abandoned with the doors open near a Border Patrol checkpoint in the Camp Pendleton area on 7-29-90. Any one with information about Daza is asked to call Det. Rob James at (714) 738-6728.


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FPD Seeks Public Assistance in Cold Case Homicide

On 05/28/2004, members of the “Sexy Banging” dance crew hosted a party at the Sunny Hills Racquet Club, located at 1900 Camino Loma, Fullerton, California. The party was advertised with fliers and on an internet site; an estimated crowd of approximately 300 people went to the party location.  Due to the large number people that showed up, the party was closed down by Racquet Club management.  As the party was being disbursed, several fights broke out in the parking lot between various groups divided along racial lines, mainly African-Americans against Hispanics.  JAMES POTTER was stabbed to death after he walked away from some of his friends in order to talk to a girl.

The investigation into the incident revealed that a gang member from the Los Angeles area may have been responsible for the stabbing of POTTER. A suspect was arrested for POTTER’s murder; however the case was subsequently dismissed due to insufficient evidence.

The Fullerton Police Department and the Orange County Homicide Task Force is requesting anyone with information with regard to the murder of JAMES POTTER, Fullerton Police Case #04-8210, contact: Fullerton Police Department Sergeant Matt Rowe, (714) 738-6776 or Orange County Homicide Task Force Detective Ed Contreras, (714) 738-3320. You can also submit a tip to the Orange County Task Force at www.ochtf.org under the heading “Do You Have A Tip?”      

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