Sunday, September 21, 2003

Murder warrants issued in 3 slayings



The Associated Press

RICHMOND, Ky. - State police obtained murder warrants Saturday for a man they believe killed three Texas men in April and dumped their bodies in the Kentucky River.

State police said Julio Cruz Camacho, 20, is likely in the Nashville, Tenn., area and is considered armed and "extremely" dangerous, according to a statement from state police in Richmond.

Camacho is wanted in the slayings of Juan Manuel Moreno, 29, of Fabens, Texas; Cruz Rincon Alcaron, 37, of San Elizario, Texas; and Manuel Amnendariz, 49, of El Paso, Texas.

Their bodies were found April 28 wrapped in tarps and floating in the Kentucky River near the Clark-Madison county line.

They each died of gunshot wounds.

State police said Camacho, who is 5-foot-6 and 210 pounds, has several concealed firearms in his vehicle, a Chevrolet Avalanche. Camacho is often know as "Palone," and also goes by Ivan Garcia or Antonio Sanchez, and "his wife's name is possibly Yolanda," state police said.




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