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Kidnapping And Parole Violation,California Dep. Corrections Alejandro Alcala

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California Corrections ID# 07-248

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The California Department of Corrections is currently seeking Alejandro Prado Alcala on a warrant charging him with Parole Violation. Agents report that Alcala has allegedly absconded parole supervision and is now considered a Parolee-at-Large. On February 8, 2007, Parolee Alcala was deported from the U.S. to Mexico. At sometime shortly thereafter, he returned to the U.S. illegally. On April 26, 2007, Alcala was spotted by San Jose police officers, and failed to yield to a car stop. He fled the officer and eluded capture. On June 25, 2007, in the evening, he was spotted in Sunnyvale by a police officer at the Fair Oaks Inn. The parolee fled into a mobile home park and entered one of the mobile homes, confronting a 76-year old female resident. The elderly female was assaulted, and the subject stopped when confronted by the elderly resident’s son. He fled and then entered another residence, obtained a set of car keys, and stole a vehicle. The parolee was spotted by officers driving out of the mobile home park, and a vehicle pursuit ensued. The pursuit ended in a crash in the Lake Cunningham area of San Jose, with the parolee escaping on foot. Parolee Alcala has a history of knives, methamphetamine use, vehicle theft, burglary, and the current offenses.

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