On May 25, 2004, Lopez, along with a number of other accomplices, robbed a pawnshop at gunpoint in Sheridan, Colorado, which is part of the Denver Metropolitan Area. It is believed that Lopez was armed with a 9mm semi-automatic pistol. The suspects stole a large number of firearms, cash, jewelry and electronics equipment. Some of the store employees were assaulted during this incident. The suspects fled from the scene in a stolen SUV that was subsequently recovered. The suspects wore light blue bandannas and baseball caps to conceal their identities. It is believed that the suspects, with the exception of one white male, were all male Hispanics in their twenties.
Orfanos is wanted for setting a fire which destroyed a $4.5 million mansion in Sacramento, CA. He is known to have lived in the Atlanta, GA, area as well as in Sacramento, CA. Orfanos has a pronounced Greek accent and speaks “broken English.” A Federal Arrest Warrant (92-312JFM) was issued for Orfanos on December 17, 1992, in the Eastern Judicial District, Sacramento, California. The warrant charges Orfanos with Conspiracy (18 U.S.C. 371), Arson (18 U.S.C. 844(i)), Arson to Commit Felony (18 U.S.C. 844(h)(1)), Mail Fraud (18 U.S.C. 1341), and Interstate Transportation of Fraudulently Obtained Property (18 U.S.C. 2314).
Miguel Martinez, a two-time convicted felon and ranking member of the Insane Deuces street gang, is wanted on Federal charges stemming from his involvement in a conspiracy to commit violent crimes and distribute illegal drugs. Martinez is charged, along with his co-conspirators, with conspiracy to commit multiple shootings, homicides and other firearms-related violent crimes during a gang war with rival gangs in the summer of 2002. Martinez, a former resident of Chicago’s western suburbs, has been reported to still be in the Chicago metropolitan area.