Local Fugitives

Picture of Ivan Reyes.  A wanted fugitive.

Reyes is considered armed and dangerous. He was previously arrested for carrying or bringing a firearm into a vehicle. He is also wanted for a weapon offense by the Norwalk Sheriff’s Office. Reyes was indicted on charges of Distribution of Methamphetamine and Conspiracy to Distribute Methamphetamine. Additional defendants were indicted as part of the case, with charges including Engaging in the Business of Dealing Firearms without a License, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Possession of an Unregistered Firearm, Sale of a Firearm to a Prohibited Person, Conspiracy to Distribute Methamphetamine, and Distribution of Methamphetamine.

Barry Boyd with glasses and a black and blue jacket (forward facing)

Barry Boyd is wanted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Memphis Field Office.  Boyd is a multi-convicted felon and was arrested on narcotics and weapons violations and has since absconded.  Hewas last seen in the Millington, TN (Memphis) area but has ties and connections to the west coast.  Broad dissemination is requested.

Front facing photo of Jesus Ramirez

Ramirez has lived in the Kansas City area, but also has family in Mexico. Ramirez and another individual, Pablo Ceniceros, were transporting large amounts of methamphetamine to Des Moines, Iowa, and then trafficking and selling it in the Kansas City area. Ramirez was one of the heads of the organization and arranged for the sale of meth and numerous firearms to an ATF Undercover Agent. Ceniceros was arrested. Ramirez is the only member of the organization still at large. Ramirez may be armed and dangerous.

A photo of Tommy Vasquez.

In January 2014, Tommy VASQUEZ was the getaway driver and one of six individuals involved in a “home invasion” robbery, where the occupants of a Bronx, NY apartment were zip-tied and stripped of their money and other belongings.  Vasquez is wanted for violations of 18 USC 1951; Hobbs act, and 18 USC 924c; possession of a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence.