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UNLAWFUL FLIGHT TO AVOID PROSECUTION - MURDER; ATTEMPTED MURDER
ANTONIO MAGANA CASTRO
Photograph of Antonio Magana Castro

Aliases: Antonio Castro-Lopez, Antonio Lopez-Castro, Antonio Castro Magana

DESCRIPTION

Dates of Birth Used:  September 25, 1967;
September 23, 1967;
September 25, 1968
Hair: Black
Place of Birth: Gabriel Zamora, Michoacan, Mexico Eyes: Brown
Height: 5'7" Sex: Male
Weight: 160 pounds Race: White (Hispanic)
NCIC: W817868614 Nationality: Mexican
Occupation: Migrant Laborer
Scars and Marks: Castro is missing the tip of his right index finger. He also has gold capping on some of his front teeth.
Remarks: Castro has family in both Mexico and in the Orange County, California, area. He has entered the United States illegally on several occasions and has been deported from the United States at least twice. His fellow migrant workers have given him the nickname of "El Loco" because of his violent tendencies. He has a history of violence and drug problems.

CAUTION

On July 20, 1994, Antonio Castro allegedly entered a house that was for sale in San Joaquin County, California, and attacked a real estate agent, stabbing him numerous times. Castro then allegedly stole the real estate agent's vehicle, and fled to Skagit County, Washington. On the morning of July 23, 1994, the stolen car was found near the home of an elderly man in rural Skagit County. The man was found bludgeoned and shot to death inside of his home, while his car and firearms known to belong to him were found missing. The next day, Castro was pulled over in the stolen car in Shasta County, California, but managed to escape by fleeing into the woods and swimming down a river. Further investigation revealed that on July 24, 1994, Castro bought a car in Lakehead, California. This vehicle was later found abandoned near the Mexican border close to San Diego, California.

Castro has been charged with attempted murder in California and first degree murder in Skagit County, Washington. On August 2, 1994, a federal arrest warrant was issued in the Western District of Washington charging Castro with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS

IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS PERSON, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL FBI OFFICE OR THE NEAREST AMERICAN EMBASSY OR CONSULATE.


ROBERT S. MUELLER, III
DIRECTOR
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535
TELEPHONE: (202) 324-3000
 

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