Marshal's Most Wanted: Carlos Esparza
SAN ANTONIO —
U.S. Marshals need your help to find Carlos Esparza. According to Deputy U.S. Marshal Christopher Bozeman, Esparza who was doing time for drug dealing and has multiple drug charges and broke the rules of his supervised release.
"In January 2004, Esparza was sentenced to 120 months in a Federal Prison on charges involving possession with intent to distribute cocaine," said Bozeman.
He was also ordered to serve 8 years of supervised release.
"Esparza allegedly violated the conditions of his supervised release, because he tested positive for continued use of cocaine and meth amphetamines," said Bozeman.
Esparza has the words "Loyalty," "Pride," and "Betrayed" tattooed on different parts of his body.
"He has multiple identifiable tattoos on his chest, abdomen and both arms. He also has an extensive criminal history that involves evading arrest, theft and multiple drug charges," said Bozeman.
39 year-old Carlos Esparza is 5'9 and weighs 175 pounds.
His last known address was on the east side.
If you have more information on this fugitive, you are asked to call the Lonestar Fugitive Task Force at 210-657-8500.
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