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Joel Emiliano Carranza Wanted for Alleged Murder of Benjamin Smith in Campbell, California

Joel Emiliano Carranza Wanted for Alleged Murder
Joel Emiliano Carranza Wanted for Alleged Murder of Benjamin Smith in Campbell, California

Joel Emiliano Carranza Wanted for Alleged Murder of Benjamin Smith in Campbell, California

ID #99-031

The Campbell Police Department is currently seeking Joel Emiliano Carranza on a warrant charging him with the murder of Benjamin Smith.

Detective Chris Milosovich reports that on January 1st, 1999, Carranza and several accomplices allegedly stabbed Smith to death while he was walking on San Tomas Aquino Road.

ID #99-031 Joel Carranza

ID #99-031 Joel Carranza

Smith and a friend were walking on San Tomas Aquino Road when Carranza and his accomplices confronted them.

Carranza is thought to be in Mexico, possibly in either the Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, or Morelia, Michoacán, areas. He is thought to be married with at least one child, possibly a daughter.

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Carranza has several tattoos on his upper right bicep of the words “Miguel Angel”, with praying hands under the words, a small cross with a glowing halo around it under the hands, and the words “Daddy’s Boy” under the cross. Carranza also has a noticeable widow’s peak on his hairline.

Aliases: Miguel Angel (Last Name Unknown), Joel E. Carranza, Joel Carranza, Jose Angel Ochoa, Miguel Ochoa

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