Mexican Mafia Member On Most Wanted List


SAN ANTONIO — A man who escaped from the Bexar County Jail in October – by walking out the front door – now has federal law enforcement on his tail.

The U.S. Marshals Service has added 28-year-old David Sauceda to its Top 15 Most Wanted List and added a large cash incentive for information leading to his capture.

Sauceda – who sheriff’s officials said has ties to the Mexican Mafia – allegedly shot and killed a man before running him over with a vehicle in 2006 and police alleged he duct-taped a woman during a home invasion six days later.

“David Sauceda is a very dangerous person,” Bexar County Sheriff Roland Tafolla said.

Sauceda is believed to be with his girlfriend, Angela Jaime, and her two sons, ages four and five and he has threatened to kill them if law enforcement confronts him, Lafayette Collins said.

“We have concerns he may harm the kids and the woman because of the people he’s harmed before,” he said.

Collins, with the U.S. Marshals Service, said his agency is offering $25,000 for information leading to his capture.

Mexican Mafia Member On Most Wanted List – POSTED: 6:33 pm CST December 20, 2007 – UPDATED: 10:30 am CST December 21, 2007 –