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If you have any information regarding his whereabouts contact Crime Stoppers and you may be eligible for a cash reward. Amber Camper is a Parolee at Large. If you have any information regarding her or her whereabouts contact Crime Stoppers and you may be eligible for a cash reward. Sheriff’s Detectives are looking to locate Mary Rebecca Warner, 10-11-1981. She is wanted for elder abuse, kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon.
Jose Mendez is a Parolee at Large. Modesto Police are looking for 30-year-old Gabriel Avila. He is wanted for his involvement with the August 12th homicide of Domonique Lewis. Modesto Police are looking to locate Arturo Mora. 18 at Maze and Martin Luther Blvd. Andres Cardona is a Parolee at Large. If you have information regarding his whereabouts contact Stanislaus Area Crime Stoppers and you may be eligible for a cash reward.
Christopher Suazo is a Parolee at Large. Oakdale Police are looking to locate Christopher Michael Munson. Munson is wanted on a one million dollar bench warrant for weapons charges. He was recently seen in Shreveport, LA and then Fresno. In his final years, Cunanan lived without a job, befriending wealthy older men and spending their money to impress acquaintances in the local gay community by boasting about social events at clubs and often paying the check at restaurants. One millionaire friend had broken up with Cunanan in 1996, the prior year.
In 1988, when Andrew was 19, Modesto deserted his family and moved to the Philippines to evade arrest for embezzlement. During an argument, Andrew threw his mother against a wall, dislocating her shoulder. After graduating from high school in 1987, Cunanan enrolled at the University of California, San Diego, where he majored in American History. In 1990, Cunanan first met Gianni Versace, whom he would eventually kill outside his home on Miami Beach. Versace was in town to be feted for the costumes he had designed for the opera Capriccio. In 1996, Cunanan and Norman Blachford broke up.
Blachford was a wealthy older man who had been hosting and financially supporting him. Now on his own, Cunanan maxed out his credit cards. In late April 1997, Cunanan told friends he was leaving San Diego, beginning with a trip to Minneapolis to visit David Madson, 33, an up-and-coming architect and Cunanan’s former lover and their mutual friend Jeff Trail, 28, a former US Navy officer working as a district manager for a propane delivery company. Both had distanced themselves from him. On April 24, Cunanan and four friends attended a going-away party at California Cuisine, a rare occasion when Cunanan did not cover the food tab.
On April 25, Cunanan arrived in the Twin Cities and stayed at Madson’s loft apartment. Cunanan’s killing spree began in Minneapolis on 27 April 1997, with the murder of his close friend Jeffrey Trail, a former US Navy officer and propane salesman. Madson’s body was found on the east shore of Rush Lake near Rush City, Minnesota, on 3 May 1997, with gunshot wounds to the head and back from a pistol Cunanan had taken from the home of his first victim, Jeff Trail. Cunanan next drove to Chicago and killed 72 year-old Lee Miglin, a prominent real estate developer, on 4 May 1997. Cunanan bound Miglin’s hands and feet and wrapped his head with duct tape.
He then stabbed Miglin over 20 times with a screwdriver, and sawed open his throat with a hacksaw. Five days later, Cunanan, who had taken Miglin’s car, found his fourth victim in Pennsville, New Jersey, at Finn’s Point National Cemetery. Cunanan shot and killed 45 year-old caretaker William Reese, then stole his red pickup truck. While the manhunt unsuccessfully focused on Reese’s stolen truck, which Cunanan still had, he “hid in plain sight” in Miami Beach, Florida for two months. Cunanan even used his own name to pawn a stolen item, despite knowing that police routinely review pawn shop records. On 15 July 1997, Cunanan murdered Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace, by shooting him twice on the front stairway of his Miami Beach mansion Casa Casuarina.
A witness attempted to pursue Cunanan, but was unable to catch up to him. Responding police found Reese’s stolen vehicle parked in a nearby garage, loaded with Cunanan’s clothes, an alternative passport, and clipped newspaper reports of Cunanan’s murders. In the upstairs bedroom of a Miami Beach houseboat on 23 July 1997, eight days after killing Versace and with law enforcement hot on his trail, Cunanan killed himself with a gunshot through the mouth. Cunanan’s cremated remains are interred in the mausoleum at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in San Diego, California. Although police searched the houseboat where Cunanan died, he left no suicide note and few personal belongings, surprising investigators, given his reputation for acquiring money and expensive possessions from wealthy older men. Three Month Fever: The Andrew Cunanan story.