Synopsis: Jose Manuel Santiago is wanted for the murder of Charles Williams that occurred on October 1, 1985 at 3100 K Street in San Diego. There is an outstanding felony arrest charging Santiago with murder and assault with a deadly weapon.
On October 1, 1985, a man named Smith became involved in a fight with one or two men in the area of 33rd Street and Imperial Avenue. After the fight, Smith went to a nearby house and recruited four friends to help, one of whom was Jose Santiago. Smith and Santiago armed themselves with guns. Smith, Santiago and the others then drove back to the area of the fight looking for revenge.
At 3200 Imperial Avenue, the men found the first victim, White. Smith and Santiago both opened fire on White, who was struck twice but survived.
The suspects then drove to 3100 K Street where they spotted the victim Williams. Williams tried to escape by running between the houses. Smith and Santiago opened fire on Williams, striking him in the head. Williams was taken to the hospital where he died on October 4, 1985.
All of the suspects in this case were located and arrested, except for Santiago who is still at large. Santiago is a Hispanic male, born 9/20/63. He is 5’6” tall, 130 lbs, has black hair and brown eyes.
The suspect has a brother, Benito Alvarez Santiago, DOB: 3/3/55, who at the time lived at 2941 Franklin Avenue in San Diego.