“We searched all the impound lots in the city, and there they were,” Alvarado said.
With his right eye closed, Alvarado was looking like a gargoyle and there was nothing left in his offensive tank.
LAPD detective Jesse Alvarado said he is fearful that the Teardrop Rapist may continue his attacks.
On March 11, Idaho State Police pulled over Alvarado and found three pounds of meth along with a pound of cocaine in the car.
In October, Alvarado and Martinez pleaded guilty in federal court and were sentenced to 30 years.
Alvarado was alone, and had to meet the crisis on his own responsibility.
Alvarado was alone, undisturbed, forgotten, and likely to remain so.
Now, Alvarado was not the man to let the cry of a comrade go unheeded.
Alvarado's hand went to his belt, he unclasped it and threw it aside.
There stood Alvarado unhorsed and battling, with the savages pressing upon his rear.