SALEM, Ore. -- Murder suspect Jose Rosendo Carrillo-Padilla, wanted for a 2001 murder, was recently spotted in the Salem area. Carrillo-Padilla has been on the Salem Police Department "most wanted" list since 2001 and is sought in connection with the shooting death of Miguel Ochoa-Ochoa in September of 2001.
Carrillo-Padilla was spotted on February 22 in the area of Lancaster Drive NE and Sunnyview Road NE in a red car. He is described as an Hispanic male, 5-foot 4-inches tall, weighing 150 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Carrillo-Padilla has tattoos of teardrops on his face and the letters "VL" on his right forearm. He has unknown tattoos on his left and right ears, right arm, and left hand.
|2001 photo of murder suspect Jose Rosendo Carrillo-Padilla, fbi.gov photo|
The suspect may be associated with a heavy-set white female in her 40s with blonde "poofy" hair.
He should be considered armed and dangerous and anyone who sees him should immediately call 911.
Anybody with information as to Carrillo-Padilla's whereabouts is asked to call Salem Police Detective Mark Remily at 503-588-6050, extension 7152.
The Salem Police Department maintains a link on our website with their Most Wanted Suspects -- suspects from various types of Salem Police investigations who have not been located. To access, please go to http://www.cityofsalem.net/departments/police/ and click on "SPDs Most Wantedâ€ť.