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Gilbert Arredondo Hernandez

Wanted FugitiveUFAP
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Austin Cole Hernandez - Age Progressed as of May, 2021

Suspect Details

Suspect Name
Gilbert Arredondo Hernandez
Suspect Alias
Gilbert Arrendondo Hernandez, Gilbert Arredondo Hernandez, Jr., "Gil", "Junior"
Wanted Fugitive
Wanted For
Connection to Victim
Gilbert Arredondo Hernandez (56) is wanted for abducting his son, Austin Cole Hernandez, from Tehachapi, California, on 04/28/1997.

A local arrest warrant was issued for Hernandez on 05/28/1997, by the Kern County Sheriff's Office following Hernandez being charged with parental abduction.

On 11/04/1997, a federal arrest warrant was issued for Hernandez in the United States District Court, Eastern District of
California, Bakersfield, California, after being charged with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution (UFAP). 

Open source information indicates Hernandez may be in the area of Las Vegas, Nevada; Los Angeles or San Bernadino counties of California, or Mexico.

Physical Description

Age When Reported Missing
Age As of Today
  Hispanic or Latino
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FBI Information

FBI Field Office Division

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