Aggregate Theft--The victim gave Solorzano $100,000 after telling her he needed money for reasons including a car, a yacht, yacht insurance, surgery, child support and family funeral costs. He has also claimed he worked for the DEA with narcotics officers. Eventually, Solorzano sent the victim to Europe while he sold her home and belongings.
Forgery--Solorzano asked another victim to open a checking account for him at a bank under the name”A.M.E.X”. Solorzano forged the victim’s name, wrote himself a check for $18,000 and cashed it on 10-10-07.
Theft by Check--On 10/16/09 Solorzano issued six checks totaling over $10,000.00 to Olmsted-Kirk Paper from 10/14/09 through 10/22/09 all on a closed account.
Solorzano may have fled to Nicaragua.