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Samuel A. Gallardo Wanted for 1994 Escape from Nevada State Prison

Samuel Gallardo
Samuel Avalos Gallardo

Samuel A. Gallardo Wanted for 1994 Escape from Nevada State Prison

Samuel Gallardo

Samuel Avalos Gallardo

UPDATE: Samuel A. Gallardo has been arrested by Mexican police and has been extradited back to the U.S.

ID #99-154

The Nevada State Prison System is currently seeking Samuel A. Gallardo on a warrant charging him with escape.

Authorities report that Gallardo was driving at three times the legal limit for blood alcohol when he drove in the wrong lane and struck head-on a car driven by 18-year-old Gary Selby, which killed him and severely injured his three passengers.

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One year later, in 1993, Gallardo was found guilty in the DUI death of Gary Selby and for the serious injury to the other passengers, for which Gallardo was sentenced to 40 years imprisonment.

Victim Gary Ray Selby, Jr.

Victim Gary Ray Selby, Jr.

On February 25th, 1994 after only six months in jail, Gallardo escaped and remains at large. The Selby family still hopes that he will be recaptured to serve out his sentence to give them some peace of mind.

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