Reward Increased for Jose Angel Cabral, Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive
The reward for a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive has increased.
Jose Angel Cabral, who is reportedly a Barrio Azteca gang member, has an extensive criminal history, and is wanted for parole violation and burglary.
The 58-year-old Cabral has been wanted since 2009 and has 21 aliases. He has family in San Elizario, El Paso, and Dell City.
His criminal history from Texas and California includes robbery, burglary, grand theft auto, resisting arrest, escape, and drug charges.
Cabral was convicted of robbery in El Paso, and was sentenced in July 1997. He was paroled in November of 2009, and subsequently absconded.
Cabral is described as a Hispanic male, 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing approximately 173 pounds. He has an angel tattoo on his abdomen, roses and a peacock on the left side of his chest; a female face, roses, and a dragon tail on his right arm and back; an unfinished woman and an Aztec warrior female figure with sun on his upper back, as well as a scar on his left wrist.
Some of his aliases include Jose Angel Rodriguez, Joe A. Cabal, Jose Angel Cabral-Rodriguez, Arturo Rodriguez Lorera, Angel Montes, Jose R. Carbajal, Jose Minjarez, and Jose Manuel Molina.
Cabral’s criminal history in California indicates that he was deported to Mexico in May of 1979, and is not in the United States legally, and appears to be subject to removal proceedings, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Cabral is considered to be armed and dangerous.
Information leading to his capture during the month of March can bring a reward of $20,000.
Anyone with information can provide an anonymous tip by calling the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-252-TIPS, texting the letters DPS followed by your tip to 274637 from your cell phone, submitting a web tip through the DPS website or the Texas 10 Most Wanted Facebook page.