About the suspect •Who: Daniel Guerrero, a member of the Varrio Nueva Estrada gang who goes by the nickname "Lil' Stomper,” according to a report by "America's Most Wanted” TV show. He is considered armed and dangerous.
•Description: 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighing about 280 pounds.
•How to help: Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call the Oklahoma County sheriff's office at 713-6262 or the Los Angeles County sheriff's office at (323) 890-5500.
•Reward: $50,000 is being offered to anyone who can help find him. Testimony in court is not necessary.
California detectives were in Oklahoma on Monday looking for a murder suspect.
Daniel Guerrero is wanted in the death of a 17-year-old male more than two years ago.
The detectives went to Kingfisher to look for Guerrero, 21, but were unsuccessful, Los Angeles County sheriff's Detective David Carver said.
"The person we found was not Guerrero,” Carver said.
Carver and his partner are asking Oklahomans for help locating the suspect. Carver said they are offering $50,000 to anyone who can help find him.
The tipster wouldn't have to testify in court because the Los Angeles detectives already have a sufficient case against Guerrero, he said.
Authorities have accused Guerrero of killing Ryan Dasalla, 17, on April 27, 2005, in front of Gabrielino High School in San Gabriel, said Carver.
Guerrero and his brother Gabriel Guerrero allegedly mistook Dasalla for a person who had beaten their younger brother, authorities said
Daniel Guerrero is said to have hit Dasalla in the head with the stock of a .22-caliber rifle. Dasalla tried to run, but was shot five times in the back, Carver said.
Gabriel Guerrero is in jail while his brother has been going back and forth between California and Oklahoma, with several known stops in Mexico, Carver said.