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Thursday, Dec 18 2014
Larry Valdez
Up To $10,000 Reward
White sex: Male dob: 07/25/70 height: 5'9" weight: 185 lbs. aka: Larry Valley, Lorenzo Valentino, Lorenzo Valentins smt: Tattoos: Heart/ribbon/arrow on left side of chest fbi #: 499518JA7 sid #: TX04046864 tdc #: 607566 Wanted For: Parole Violation, Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon, Assault Causes Bodily Injury-Family Violence, Duty on Striking Fixture/Highway Landscape Gang(s): N/A cch: Sexual Assault, Burglary, Unauthorized Use of Vehicle, Resisting Officer, and Trespassing lka: 3001 Lourdes Street lkc: Dallas, Texas
caution: Subject should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS!
DETAILS: On February 9, 1990, Larry VALDEZ was arrested in Dallas County for Sexual Assault of a Child for an incident involving a two-year-old female child. He was convicted and sentenced to five years in TDCJ. He was paroled on February 21, 1991.

On April 26, 1991, VALDEZ was arrested for Burglary of a Vehicle. He was convicted and sentenced to 29 years in TDCJ. He was paroled on August 6, 2004.

In March 2005, VALDEZ assaulted a family member in Dallas County and a warrant was issued for his arrest for Assault Causes Bodily Injury-Family Violence. On June 22, 2005, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles issued a warrant for his arrest for Parole Violation (Original Offense: Burglary of a Vehicle).

VALDEZ is also wanted in Dallas County for Aggravated Asssault with a Deadly Weapon after an incident on August 20, 2006, in which he brutally assaulted a woman and left her for dead on the roadside. The victim survived the assault but is permanently disfigured.

VALDEZ has family in the Dallas area and has previous employment as an iron worker.


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