Each week, the News 8 Crimefighters help authorities in looking for fugitives in San Diego.
This week’s fugitive is:
DOB: 6/26/1965 (53)
Description: Hispanic male
6’0” tall, 254 lbs.
Black hair, brown eyes
Below is a picture of and details about why he is a wanted fugitive:
Guillermo Tejeda is wanted by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation for failing to comply with the terms and conditions of his parole. Tejeda is considered a parolee at large (no bail). Tejeda is on parole for possession of a controlled substance. Tejeda has previous convictions for failing to register as a sex offender, possession of a controlled substance, and violation of parole. He has also been convicted of sexual assault. Tejeda is known to frequent Downtown San Diego and Southeastern San Diego.
If you have information call CrimeStoppers at (888) 580-TIPS. A reward is being offered for his arrest and remember you can make a tip and still remain anonymous.
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