The Massachusetts State Police added five new suspects to its Most Wanted Fugitives list on Thursday, March 19.
Anyone with information about any of these suspects is urged to call the State Police at 1-800-KAPTURE (1-800-527-8873) immediately.
Wanted for Murder
Aliases: Mario Rivera, Rene Agusto Rivera, Mario Rene Garcia Rivera, and Mario Robles.
Description: 5’4” tall, 120 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes
Garcia allegedly stabbed a man in Attleboro on November 16, 1991, during a fight, who later died.
Garcia is a native of Guatemala with ties to Connecticut, Georgia, and Utah.
There is another warrant for Garcia’s arrest related to an assault and battery that also took place in Attleboro. The incidents are unrelated.
Wanted for Murder and Firearms Offenses
Description: 5’6” tall, 150 pounds, black hair, brown eyes
Tattoos: Cross under the corner of his right eye and a tear drop under the corner of his left eye, a cross on his right chest, the letters KC on his neck, and additional ink on his arms and left lower leg.
Law enforcement alleges that Veiga took part in a shooting in Brockton on October 13, 2020. A second man wanted by police related to the incident was quickly arrested.
The charges Veiga with murder, carrying a loaded firearm, carrying a firearm-2nd offense, assault and battery with a firearm, and committing a firearm violation while having a prior conviction.
Veiga previously had an armed confrontation with Boston Police. His prior convictions include assault and battery on a police officer and possession a large capacity firearm.
He has extensive ties to Boston.
Wanted for Rape of a Child, Statutory Indecent Assault and Battery on Person 14 or Over
Aliases: Typically goes by his middle name, Keen.
Description: 5’11” tall, 200 pounds, light brown hair, blue eyes.
He may be altering his appearance by changing the length, color, and style of his hair, and he may have grown a beard.
The warrant for Grant is for sexual assault in 2012 in Yarmouth. Police believe Grant provided alcohol to an underage victim and then committed the assault while the victim was intoxicated. He was subsequently charged with statutory rape of a child and indecent assault and battery on a person 14 or over. He did not show up for a court date in November 2014.
He is also the subject of a separate arrest warrant issued out of Newton District Court for assault and battery and assault stemming from a 2010 domestic assault.
Wanted for Armed Assault with intent to Murder, Home Invasion, and a Firearms Offense
Description: 5’10” tall, 150 pounds, black hair, brown eyes. Tattoos on his arms
Aliases: May go by Jordan, his middle name
The warrant for Alcin is in connection to a home invasion in Salem on January 24, 2021 that left a woman with nine gunshot wounds and a man with three. Both victims survived. An accomplice in the home invasion is in custody.
The warrants charge Alcin with two counts of armed assault with intent to murder and single counts of home invasion, carrying a loaded firearm, and discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a building.
Malden Police also seek Alcin for multiple firearms offenses in connection with a Jan. 1, 2021 shooting.
Wanted for Aggravated Rape with Serious Bodily Injury, Kidnapping, and Strangulation
Description: 6’ tall, 185 pounds, black hair, brown eyes. Tattoos on his arms, legs, chest and back including the nickname “Chillin” on his upper left back and a cross on his upper right back.
The warrant for Cancel-Muniz is in connection to a sexual assault that occurred in Greenfield in May 2020.
Cancel-Muniz is a Level 3 Sex Offender in violation of the law requiring him to register with the state’s Sex Offender Registry Board and has a lengthy criminal record, including prior convictions for indecent assault and battery, statutory rape, carrying a dangerous weapon, threats, and assault and battery.
He has been the subject of 11 civil restraining orders in Massachusetts and has multiple convictions for violating protection orders.
He is a native of Puerto Rico, has ties throughout western Massachusetts, and may frequent homeless shelters.
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