Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution - Accessory to Commit First Degree Murder After the Fact, Conspiracy to Act as an Accessory to Commit First Degree Murder After the Fact
|Date(s) of Birth Used
||January 17, 1985, November 17, 1985
|Place of Birth
||San Salvador, El Salvador
|Scars and Marks
||Argueta has a tattoo of the letters "MS" written on his upper chest. (Shown Above)
Victor Alfonso Argueta and Carlos Flores Garcia are wanted for their alleged involvement in a double murder in Baltimore County, Maryland. On January 8, 2006, the men, all members of the MS-13 street gang, were at a club in South Baltimore when they met the two male victims. It is believed the murders occurred because the suspects thought they saw one of the victims flash a rival gang sign. Law enforcement investigation revealed that the victims had no gang affiliation. When the two victims left the club, they were approached by the suspects and agreed to meet them behind a local school. The two male victims were then stabbed multiple times with knives and died.
Argueta was charged in the District Court of Maryland for Baltimore County with accessory to commit first degree murder after the fact and conspiracy to act as an accessory to commit first degree murder after the fact on September 11, 2006. A federal arrest warrant has been issued for Argueta and he has been charged with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.
SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS