Monday, March 5, 2012

Authorities say that a convicted Hispanic killer who gained notoriety for having a murder scene tattooed on his chest received unemployment benefits while he was in jail

Sheriff's Capt. Mike Parker said that Anthony Garcia, nicknamed "Chopper," received more than $30,000 in fraudulent unemployment while in Los Angeles County jail from 2008 to 2010. Parker says that Garcia's father and two girlfriends would get the checks then cash them and deposit the money in the inmate accounts of Garcia and fellow gang members. Garcia's father 47-year-old Juan Garcia, and girlfriends 45-year-old Sandra Jaimez and 25-year-old Cynthia Limas, have been arrested on charges including grand theft. Parker says that authorities have not decided whether to charge Garcia. He was convicted of the 2004 killing of a gang rival in Pico Rivera. The evidence against him included a tattoo on his chest of the crime scene.

1 comment:

rjp said...

That money is gone .....

They will never go after his abetting family members in that place.