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Jose Lopez Garibay Wanted for Alleged Sexual Assault in Mendocino County

ID #21-164 Jose Lopez Garibay
ID #21-164 Jose Lopez Garibay

Jose Lopez Garibay Wanted for Alleged Sexual Assault in Mendocino County

ID #21-164

Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

Suspect: Jose Lopez Garibay

Subject possibly has the name “Garibay” tattooed on his back and possibly suffering from deep laceration to right side of stomach and right side of face or neck.

On 07/26/08 Deputies were dispatched to the Boonville area for a report of a rape on a 14-year-old female. During the course of the investigation, it was learned the suspect, JOSE LOPEZ GARIBAY, had sustained major lacerations to the stomach and face as a result of the victim defending herself and eventually escaping her attackers.

The Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking JOSE LOPEZ GARIBAY. He is currently wanted and should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS. It is believed GARIBAY is still in the Boonville area.

This case is currently under investigation by the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Detective Unit.

Gender: Male
DOB: 05-12-1979
Weight: 150
Height: 5′ 7 ”
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Brown

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