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Simon Lopez Orozco Wanted for Accessory To Murder in Idaho

ID #02-959 Simon Lopez Orozco Wanted
Simon Lopez Orozco Wanted for Accessory To Murder in Idaho

ID# 02-959 Idaho
last seen with relatives in the area of Avalani and Luby Drives near King and McKee Roads in San Jose.

Simon Lopez Orozco Wanted for Accessory To Murder in Idaho

ID# 02-959 Still at Large

The Elmore County, Idaho Sheriff’s Department is currently seeking Simon Lopez Orozco on a warrant charging him with being an accessory to the murders of his brother’s wife and two infants (2 years old and 3 years old) children.

Detectives report that Orozco brother allegedly shot and killed his wife then shot and killed each infant in a rural area of Idaho.

If that was not despicable enough, Simon and their mother then allegedly then helped conceal him and drive him to San Jose.

They were last seen with relatives in the area of Avalani and Luby Drives near King and McKee Roads in San Jose.

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