In addition to having ties to the Mexican Mafia, he has already completed two sentences of life imprisonment for the crimes he committed.
Gonzalo Lopez, a guy who had been imprisoned in Texas, was finally freed after assaulting a prison bus driver and escaping into the desert, where photographs of his tattoos were taken for the first time.
There is a reward of $50,000 available right now for information that leads to the capture of 46-year-old Lopez, an associate of the Mexican Mafia who was serving life terms for murder and attempted murder before his capture. Lopez was convicted of both murder and attempted murder. The United States Marshals Service published on its website on Monday a significant number of images of Lopez’s many tattoos, including one that reads “Aztlan” across his lower back and another that reads “Gonzo” on his stomach. Both of these tattoos can be seen in the photographs.
In addition, the wanted person is described as a male of either Hispanic or Caucasian descent, standing roughly six feet tall and weighing 185 pounds. In addition to this, the wanted person is “heavily tattooed” all over their body.