The Merced County Sheriff's Department is looking for Gabriel Mora Amezcua, who is wanted on a felony charge of sexual battery and evading law enforcement. His bail is listed at $80,000. Amezcua, 36, who is Hispanic, is 5-foot-6, 150 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo of a girl on the left side of his chest, the name "Amezcua" on the right side of his chest, and a mole under his left eye. He has been known to associate with criminal street gangs, the sheriff's department said. 

Amezcua was last seen in the Merced area. If you have information, call the sheriff's department at (209) 385-7616.
The Merced County Sheriff's Department is looking for Gabriel Mora Amezcua, who is wanted on a felony charge of sexual battery and evading law enforcement. His bail is listed at $80,000. Amezcua, 36, who is Hispanic, is 5-foot-6, 150 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo of a girl on the left side of his chest, the name "Amezcua" on the right side of his chest, and a mole under his left eye. He has been known to associate with criminal street gangs, the sheriff's department said. Amezcua was last seen in the Merced area. If you have information, call the sheriff's department at (209) 385-7616.
The Merced County Sheriff's Department is looking for Gabriel Mora Amezcua, who is wanted on a felony charge of sexual battery and evading law enforcement. His bail is listed at $80,000. Amezcua, 36, who is Hispanic, is 5-foot-6, 150 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo of a girl on the left side of his chest, the name "Amezcua" on the right side of his chest, and a mole under his left eye. He has been known to associate with criminal street gangs, the sheriff's department said. Amezcua was last seen in the Merced area. If you have information, call the sheriff's department at (209) 385-7616.

Merced County's Most Wanted: Gabriel Mora Amezcua

March 29, 2011 11:12 AM

UPDATED March 29, 2011 11:58 AM

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