Thomas Vasquez is an expert at providing economic, financial and strategic consulting services to major corporations, law firms, US federal and state government agencies as well as foreign governments based in Washington DC.
The court found that, although the anonymous tip did not contain predictive information, its accuracy was corroborated by observations by the surveillance team of Vasquez, Alfaro and Dawson engaging in countersurveillance driving as well as Valenzuela and Dawson scanning their surroundings through Carl’s Junior Restaurant windows.
Early Life and Education
Vasquez made his television debut as Marcos in Acapulco H.E.A.T in 1984 and has since appeared in many shows including Love Boat as bartender Paolo Kaire and JAG as Gunnery Sergeant Victor Galindez – as well as directed several films such as Testimony and The Thick Dark Fog.
Deputy Smith received information from an anonymous informant within 30 days of July 29, 2006 that Vasquez and Alfaro were engaging in drug sales activities. Alfaro drove a black car with a rolled up bag on her back; therefore Deputy Smith assumed this activity may have taken place as well.
He soon noticed two individuals had agreed on a drug deal in a 7-Eleven parking lot, followed them back to Alfaro’s apartment, and watched as Alfaro gave Vasquez her drugs before carrying away with the black bag.
Vasquez has held national partner responsibility for Corporate Transaction Services at KPMG Peat Marwick as well as being practice chair of their Tax Controversy Section. In his role, he has handled federal, state and local tax controversies that involved examinations, appeals proceedings and litigation before trials took place.
He currently serves as co-pitching coach of the Wichita Wind Surge, an affiliate of the Minnesota Twins. Over his coaching career he has had the privilege of working with Jon Deeble, LaTroy Hawkins, and Luis Ramirez among many other notable pitchers.
Deputies engaged in an undercover narcotics investigation witnessed Alfaro arriving at a 7-Eleven in her Pontiac Sunfire and exit the vehicle to enter Vasquez’s Chrysler LHS driven by Valenzuela as passenger, where Vasquez engaged in countersurveillance driving by making evasive maneuvers to thwart police from following him.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Vasquez has received several prestigious awards for his work, such as two National Headliner Awards and a Florida Society of News Editors Award. Additionally, he was named as a finalist for both a National Education Writers Association Award and Sunshine State Award; additionally contributing to several medical journals and speaking at conferences.
Thomas is currently in his fourth-year medical student at Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine (HWCOM). He recently won an Alpha Omega Alpha Carolyn L. Kuckein Student Research Fellowship to support his research regarding whether insurance companies are delaying approval of biologic medicines for patients suffering from psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.
He enjoys spending his free time playing basketball and was honored as an All-District NAIA Player during his inaugural year at Western New Mexico University (WNMU).
Thomas Vasquez of Moreno Valley, California resides with his wife Anita. As a loving father to Gionni, Santino, Nico, Angelo, and Isabella he also remains close with Mercy and Cristina Vasquez as devoted siblings.
Deputy Smith provided testimony that he received information from an anonymous source about Vasquez and Alfaro selling drugs, and witnessed their arrival at a 7-Eleven parking lot on July 29, 2006 in a black Pontiac Sunfire from which they left and proceed to Alfaro’s apartment where he believed they exchanged them for drugs.
Vasquez left her apartment and drove directly to Carl’s Junior Restaurant where Corall Dawson would meet them for a ride. Once there, Vasquez realized she was being followed and made several swift right turns and countersurveillance driving maneuvers in order to evade police officers. She stated during their trial that they knew they were being monitored but still took several quick right turns in order to evade them.
Camille gained immense notoriety and attention since representing Johnny Depp against Amber Heard in their legal dispute, which was streamed live online and garnered widespread public support. Camille has also represented other high-profile clients such as Ben Affleck, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Jennifer Lopez.
She is a partner and co-chair of Brown Rudnick’s Brand & Reputation Management Group with an estimated net worth of $2 Million.
He has collaborated with music artists including Pink, Dru Hill and Babyface. In 1999 he worked alongside Harry Mason Jr to produce Tyrese’s single “I Like Them Girls,” produced with Harry Mason Jr in 1999 by Harry Mason Jr. In addition to producing that single, he has written songs for Omarion, J Valentine, Olivia Lionel Richie JoJo Mario Vasquez Stacie Orrico Ne-Yo et al.