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Police seek public’s help in locating fugitive in 2012-2013 homicides


Luis Omar “Omar Cabeza” Noble Álvarez is presumed armed and highly dangerous.

By The Star Staff


Police on Saturday requested citizen cooperation in the effort to find Luis Omar “Omar Cabeza” Noble Álvarez, accused in absentia late last week for allegedly being part of a criminal organization responsible for multiple murders in Caguas.


According to police, Noble Alvarez was charged in absentia along with Rafael “Kikuet” Miranda Tolentino, Ángel Luis “Juni El Rapero” Resto Mojíca, José Ovidio “Obi” Reyes del Valle, Juan “El Manco” Quiñonez Meléndez, for the murders of Juan Díaz Ortiz, 27, Jesús Díaz Ortiz, 25, Christopher Gómez González, 29, and Jeremy González Morales, 19, committed between Dec. 18, 2012 and March 14, 2013 in the municipalities of Gurabo and Juncos.


The 87 charges filed against the group include first-degree murder, conspiracy, carrying and using firearms without a license, illegal possession or use of long weapons, shooting or pointing firearms and the Organized Crime Act.


Caguas Superior Court Judge Ingrid Caro determined cause for arrest and imposed an overall bail of $65,250,000.


Noble Alvarez is presumed armed and highly dangerous. Anyone with information that can help determine his location can contact the Homicide Division of the Caguas Region Criminal Investigations Corps at 787-744-7252 extensions 1250, 1251, 1252 or through the Confidential Line at 787-343-2020. Calls will be treated with strict confidentiality.

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