OPD Seeks Public Help In Year-Old Homicide

Monday October 8, 2018

     On the night of October 8, 2017, 26-year-old Alexis Jean Lopez of Camarillo was sitting in her pickup truck with another person near the Oxnard Auto Center when gunshots rang out.

     Lopez was killed, her passenger was wound and was taken to the hospital and survived.

     On this one year anniversary of that fatal shooting, Oxnard police investigators are seeking public help in developing information about who carried out the crime.

     It happened at 9:46 PM one year ago tonight at the intersection of Ventura Boulevard and Santa Clara Avenue.

     Police say the passenger who survived the gunfire has not been able to help them determine who did it or why and so they are asking the public for help.

     Investigators have also interviewed a number of witnesses, but still don't know who did it or why.

     They believe there are people in the community who know the identity of the killer or killers and they are hoping those individuals will provide the information needed to get a break in the case.

    The city of Oxnard offers a $10,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of homicide suspects.

    There are a number of ways you can contact the authorities, even anonymously, to give them that information.

     Oxnard Police Department Website 


     Oxnard Police Department Facebook Page


     Ventura County Crimes Stoppers


     (800) 222-8477

     Detective Ken Tougas


      (805) 200-5669

     Violent Crimes Hotline

     (805) 982-7070