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California Amber alert for 4-year-old Aranza Ochoa Lopez

Aranza Ochoa Lopez missing from Vancouver, Washington

2019 – Federal investigators are offering a $10,000 reward to find a Washington state child believed to be in Mexico but her mother has ties to the San Diego area.

October 31

Francisco J. Hernandez Reyes, 18, Erick Garcia-Valodovinos, 18, and a 15-year-old boy who hasn’t been identified by Vancouver police are accused of first-degree kidnapping and first-degree robbery. Garcia-Valdovinos told police Lopez solicited him and three other people in a plot to steal Orellano-Gomez’s car.  The car that the Amber Alert said Lopez was in, is Orellano-Gomez’s car.  Garcia-Valdonvinos said he knew that Lopez was planning on taken her daughter to Mexico.

It has also been disclosed that boys clothing was bought for Aranza to disguise her, an affidavit said.


An Amber Alert was issued throughout California Saturday afternoon for Aranza Ochoa Lopez, 4, abducted from Vancouver, Washington.

Authorities say that Aranza Ochoa Lopez was abducted on Thursday, October 25, 2018 at around 1 p.m.

The suspect is her non-custodial mother, Esmeralda Lynn Lopez, 21.  Aranza has been in foster care since 2017, after being removed from her mother’s home. Officials believe they could be headed to Mexico.

The Amber Alert is for a red 2005 Chevy Cobalt, with the Washington license plate BLK 1552.  If you see the car, please call 911.  The police also have stated that there may be more than Esmeralda and Arana in the car.

Aranza is described as a Hispanic girl with blonde hair and blue eyes. Her mother is described as a Hispanic female, standing 5 feet tall, weighing 138 pounds with black hair and browns eyes.

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