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Chicago/Mt. Prospect, IL (PRWEB) July twenty five, 2006 -
The loved ones of Jennifer Wiedemann, who was shot 3 occasions at near range although she was sleeping for the duration of the early early morning hours of July 20, 2001, has enhanced the reward major to the seize of the principal suspect to $ 100,000.
George Wiedemann, father of the then 20 yr-previous Jennifer Wiedemann, explained the family members has improved the reward to $ one hundred,000 for information and apprehension of the key suspect. Authorities are seeking Adolfo S. Sanchez who is needed for questioning in relation to the alleged criminal offense. An arrest warrant has been issued for Sanchez in search of data about the alleged July 2001 murder. Sanchez has not been apprehended for questioning as of the fifth anniversary of the purportedl murder. The circumstance identification is W841802149.
We will not enable this situation relaxation right up until the individual who stole my daughters life is arrested, brought to demo, convicted and sentenced, mentioned George Wiedemann. We want to preserve as significantly force on the suspect as achievable and will use every single incentive within our means to get the suitable regulation enforcement agencies in the United States and Mexico as well as specific citizens to participate in obtaining Justice for Jennifer.
A website, http://www.justiceforjennifer.com has been created and will be presented in both English and Spanish languages.
The Wiedemann family members resides in Mt. Prospect, IL. a suburb northwest of Chicago.
Sanchez was the ex-fiancee of Wiedemann, a 1999 graduate of Prospect Substantial College and a college student at Harper School. Wiedemann had broken the marital engagement to Sanchez a number of times prior to the murder, said George Wiedemann.
Jennifer Wiedemann was doing work at the time as a nanny for the household of Agustine and Esperanza Sanchez in their Wheeling townhome and helping to oversee their 3 youthful young children, mentioned George Widemann. Agustine is a brother of Adolfo.
Sanchez is a Mexican national, and while it is thought that he is nevertheless in that place, he may have re-entered the United States illegally beneath another identification, according to the FBI.
According to the FBI they have improved its reaward to $ twenty,000 for the apprehenshion of Sanchez.
On July 23, 2001, a point out arrest warrant was issued by Circuit Court docket of Cook County, Illinois, charging Adolfo S. Sanchez with first degree murder. Subsequently, on July twenty five, 2001, a federal arrest warrant was issued by the United States District Court docket, Northern District of Illinois, charging Sanchez with illegal flight to steer clear of prosecution. (http://www.fbi.gov/needed/fugitives/vc/murders/sanchez_as.htm) Sanchez remains at large partly as a end result of a sixteen month hold off in the granting of a provisional warrant agreement amongst U.S. and Mexican law enforcement agencies that would have facilitated his seize and extradition.
In accordance to the FBI, Sanchez need to be considered armed and hazardous.
Any info about Sanchez or other details connected to this case need to be presented to the local FBI business office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate. In the Chicago region, make contact with the FBI in Rolling Meadows at (847) 290-0525 or the Wheeling Law enforcement Office at (847) 459-2632.
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George Wiedemann is accessible for interviews. Make sure you phone Raymond Minkus