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Mar 15,  · Wanted – and on Google: Christopher Viatafa (Picture: San Leandro PD) You hit the return key hoping for something exciting to come up – a fan club perhaps, or . Mar 17,  · Man Surrenders To Police After Google Search Reveals He Is A Wanted Fugitive! Mar 17,  · Recently, Christopher Viatafa did something many of us have done: He Googled his own name. But what he found was not so normal. It was his own .

 

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Mar 14,  · In the case of Christopher Viatafa, who Googled himself and found his photo on Northern California’s Most Wanted website, he turned himself in to police. Viatafa . Mar 17,  · Google Christopher Viatafa and with no digging at all you’ll find he’s wanted by San Leandro police. That’s exactly what the year-old Palo Alto man discovered this month. The first result of his search led to the Northern California’s Most Wanted website, where his picture appeared along with the charges he’s facing, authorities said Friday.. Mar 17,  · Recently, Christopher Viatafa did something many of us have done: He Googled his own name. But what he found was not so normal. It was his own .
 
 
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Many people run searches for their own names, or the names of people they know, on the Google website. This has been come to be known as egosurfing. A California man, on a recent self search while egosearching found that instead of any positive, funny, or interesting articles about himself, the information revealed was that he was on the list of those fugitives who are most wanted by the police.

Christopher Viatafa was placed on the most wanted website after an incident which happened back in August At this point Viatafa took out a gun and proceeded to fire several shots into the ground.

He was required to leave the party but police have been attempting to locate him since the incident. Recently, Christopher Viatafa was engaged in egosurfing on Google and happened to run across an unexpected search result. What he encountered was a hit result for his name on the Northern California Most Wanted website.

The website is run by a group known as the Northern California Regional Intelligence Center which includes a variety of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. The self search Viatafa ran on the Google site revealed that he is one of the people that the Northern California Most Wanted group has been attempting to locate.

Viatafa, a year-old California man, turned himself in to authorities after discovering his inclusion on the Most Wanted list of offenders.

According to reports, his initial reaction was one of curiosity, followed by guilt. The incident occurred when Viatafa pulled out a semi-automatic gun during the party at the retirement home. He proceeded to fire several shots into the ground near others. After being thrown out of the party, the reports indicate that he shot several more rounds.

There is no information on whether there was any damage or injuries resulting from the shots. At this time, Viatafa has been charged with discharging a firearm near an inhabited dwelling and also faces charges of assault with a deadly weapon.

The San Leandro police indicate that while he did not use good judgment in the firing of the weapon, he did use good judgment in taking the initiative to turn himself in to authorities. Police state that the website played an integral part in the apprehension of Viatafa. They further state that the site has been invaluable for both the public and law enforcement officials in finding and apprehending criminals.

At this time, the Northern California Most Wanted website features more the 25 of the most wanted criminals of the Bay Area. The site statistics have now been updated to list Viafafa as a captured fugitive.

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