Pueblo Police: Armed And Dangerous Gang Member On The Loose

By: KKTV
By: KKTV

Pueblo police are seeking the public’s help in locating a gang member considered armed and dangerous.

Joshua Jay Pacheco, 18, is wanted on a $100,000 menacing with a deadly weapon warrant. Police say he’s a known East Side Duke gang member.

Pacheco is a Hispanic male, 5-foot-7 and 150 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. He has tattoos on his arms, the right side of his neck and a three-dot tattoo by his left eye. His last known address is 1019 W. 13th St. Pacheco is also known as Youngsta.

Anyone who knows of Pacheco’s whereabouts is asked to call Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 542-STOP.


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  • by objective truth Location: westside on May 22, 2011 at 11:15 AM
    Ha, you didn't make it clear that your husband left the gang. In that case, that's truly great news. By definition, being in a gang makes you a follower. You follow the head moron that is the "leader." Praise God that you have morals, your husband has left the gang, has a job, and you are doing well. I wish others in the gangs would make the decisions you have. My complaint is not against anyone "personally," since I don't know you, but against the concept of gangs and their idiotic premises.
  • by ha on May 22, 2011 at 01:54 AM
    Actually he's not a follower he doesn't cheat on me he's a wonderful man father and son his life is on track and maybe i didn't make it clear he put that gang stuff behind him to move on with his life and has alot going for himself. I don't need pity nor do i want it i have morals faith and values for my self neither one of us do drugs and do not party he's 22 n i am 21 and if u ask me u should get to know someone before you judge them or make assumptions. We're married and are better off and settled down then most couples or people twice our age.
  • by Gregorio Location: Puebo on May 21, 2011 at 09:49 PM
    Ha, I want to thank you and your husband for making the rest of society look down on Hispanics. Gang members and the base your Hispanic community has degenerated our culture.
  • by OBJECTIVE Location: TRUTH on May 21, 2011 at 04:49 PM
    Ha, so your "husband" makes $30 an hour. You are as big a moron as he is. Instead of talking sense into him, you stick up for that mob mentality way of life. Shame on you. It's not how much money you make, but the the choice you make to join in a mindless mob in the first place. Gang members are followers, they go with the mob, they can't think for themselves, they are conformists in thought, dress, music, politics and their little car cars. The music these brainless idiots listen to, denigrates women, parents, school, religion, and anything moral and legitimate. Yet the women that fall for these sorry excuses for human beings, show no self-respect, no intelligence, no morals, no brains, no decency and zero good judgment. Then they wonder why they are beaten, raped, abused, beat up, cheated on, and treated worse than a stray, rabid dog. Yes, ha, tell me how wonder your "husband" is. You may believe it, but no one else will. I pity you.
  • by Anonymous on May 21, 2011 at 09:55 AM
    you are right, he is such a great man. maybe with his plumbing skills he will get a lighter sentence when he gets arrested. never know, his cellmate might be a better plumber than he is..............
  • by us citizen on May 21, 2011 at 08:46 AM
    like if all of the spanic people in the U.S is illegal inmigrant, you sorry a ignorant. Go to school and learn a little of history of the country you were born, yes im hispanic to, and im a US citizen, not an AMERICAN CITIZEN. Stop thinkin you own the whole continent by sayin american. From alaska to argentina every body is american citizens.
  • by QuarkHadron on May 21, 2011 at 07:34 AM
    E, The thing is, I wouldn't be face-to-face with "a" gang member. Like the animals they are, they run in packs, only attacking when they are sure they have the advantage. That's not "spine," that's the epitome of cowardice. And they subconsciously know that. Ever noticed how they call each other "dog?" Living in poverty and glorifying crime isn't courageous, it's lazy. Facing the world and working to improve one's life is what takes real courage.
  • by S Location: cos on May 21, 2011 at 07:06 AM
    @ ha That's definitely something to be proud of. A 30 y/o in a gang. Mature.
  • by ha Location: Colorado on May 21, 2011 at 06:40 AM
    So my husband is a gang member he makes 30 dollars an hour he's not 50 he's in his early 20's. His job is legal n legit he is a plumber goes to school for it. Oh and we are not on welfare or food stamps just thought i would let you people know how great of a man my gang member is
  • by American Citizen on May 21, 2011 at 05:41 AM
    I wonder when this P-O-S came over the border. Sounds like he has a fine American name right? Not. While the Pueblo police are busy playing radar tag with speeders, this trash is running loose on our streets. Hey U.S. Govt, YOUR BORDER PROTECTION policy is a FAILURE! Wake up people, it COSTS money to catch these parasites whereas they make money on soft targets like traffic offenses. THAT'S why he's loose, end of story, just follow the money.
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