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Paroled in Roberto Solis born is an armored car robber, convicted murderer and poet.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Thank you very much in advance. Solis and Tallchief boarded a jet and took off. Heist suspect turns self in Woman was on the lam 12 years after LV robbery Las Vegas Review Journal September 16, Nearly 12 years after police say she drove away in an armored van filled with millions of dollars in cash, one of Las Vegas' most-wanted fugitives resurfaced in the city Thursday and unexpectedly surrendered. Solis served 17 years in prison for murdering a security guard during a robbery in He was given parole in Afterwards he met Heather Tallchief, who got a job with a security company at his urging. Defense lawyers said Heather Tallchief, 33, flew to Los Angeles on Monday from Amsterdam, Netherlands, where she left behind her fiance and her year-old son. He had it all. Date of murder: Date of birth: Victim profile: year-old armored car guard. When a reporter asked how the defendant is paying for her two lawyers, Axelrod replied, "None of your business. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Murderpedia has thousands of hours of work behind it. Axelrod said that Tallchief's story is for sale and that she plans to give any proceeds to her victims. Axelrod said Tallchief was referred to him because of his experience representing Americans arrested in Europe. Authorities said Tallchief, a Seneca Indian, and Solis, a native of Nicaragua, fled Las Vegas in a chartered plane to Denver and were disguised as elderly people, with Tallchief using a wheelchair. He said she has family in Buffalo, N. In , Tallchief turned herself in to Las Vegas authorities after more than 10 years on the run. Juan Ignacio Blanco. It was abandoned with a. In , Roberto Solis held up an armored car in San Francisco. To keep creating new content, we kindly appreciate any donation you can give to help the Murderpedia project stay alive. He shot the year-old guard in the back and grabbed the money bag; it was empty. She calmly answered routine questions before Johnston declared her a flight risk and granted a prosecutor's request to keep her in custody. Albregts said Tallchief has worked for the past few years as a maid in a small 17th-century hotel in Amsterdam. Albregts said she fled with her boyfriend, Roberto Solis, who was 48 at the time. Solis that it essentially was tantamount to being brainwashed, and on the chosen day he told her to drive away with the money and meet him at a storage unit where he parked the truck, and that's what she did. We have many plans and enthusiasm to keep expanding and making Murderpedia a better site, but we really need your help for this. David Schrom, a spokesman for the FBI's Las Vegas office, said news of Tallchief's surrender also came as a surprise to those in his agency. She turned herself into Las Vegas authorities September 15, Her alleged accomplice, Roberto Solis, is still on the run. Marshals Service. He has more than 30 aliases including Pancho Aguila , a pen name he used in prison while writing poetry. Classification: Murderer. Bogus passports intended for the couple were confiscated in Miami with their photos and the names of Nicole Marie Reger and Joseph Anthony Panura, authorities said. He said those involved in her arrest said she was courteous and gave the impression that "she was resigned to move on with this whole ordeal. The guard died and Solis did 24 years in Folsom prison. Albregts said Tallchief became pregnant a few months after fleeing with Solis. Once A Thief Viva Las Vegas! Chief Deputy U. Albregts said the lawyers notified an assistant U. Ten years after the million dollar heist, Tallchief is behind bars. Magistrate Judge Robert Johnston with her ankles shackled. Tallchief was dressed neatly in pale-colored slacks, a blouse and a suit jacket Thursday afternoon when she appeared before U. Schrom characterized Tallchief and Solis as two of the Las Vegas office's most-wanted fugitives. Shortly after her son's birth, the lawyer said, Tallchief left Solis and the stolen money. Once out he began calling himself Julius Suave and he hooked up with a year-old named Heather Tallchief. Defense lawyers did not object to the request. They say she arrived there undetected along with the loot. He said he and Albregts plan to present a defense of "mental duress. The woman's lawyers welcomed a national media blitz Thursday. Albregts said Tallchief has not seen Solis in more than a decade and does not know his whereabouts. Method of murder: Shooting. She first contacted him in March. MALE murderers. Solis, also known as Julius Suave, had spent 17 years in prison for the murder of a Loomis employee who was killed during a botched robbery in San Francisco. The stolen armored van was found two weeks after the theft in a garage at S. She arrived in Las Vegas on Wednesday. Courthouse, where she surrendered to the U. September 16, Nearly 12 years after police say she drove away in an armored van filled with millions of dollars in cash, one of Las Vegas' most-wanted fugitives resurfaced in the city Thursday and unexpectedly surrendered. She faces nine felony charges: bank larceny, conspiracy, making a false statement in application for a passport, interstate transportation of stolen property, flight to avoid prosecution, bank fraud, use of a firearm during a crime of violence, possession of false identification documents and embezzlement. Albregts said: "We believe that we will be able to show that she was under such influence and control of Mr. Tallchief said she dropped her son off at his school in Amsterdam on Monday. First St. Tallchief, then 21, was hired by Loomis Armored as a guard and driver about five weeks before she disappeared Oct. Axelrod described his client as a "soccer mom" who lived a normal life under an assumed identity. Albregts then added, "Other than to say with entirely lawful means. Tallchief gave herself up in September , but Solis is still at large. Characteristics: Armored car robber. However, her former boyfriend Solis remains an wanted man. They flew to Denver, then made their way to Miami. Albregts said Tallchief chose to surrender because she believed that her son "was old enough to understand but to forgive. Status: Sentenced to life in prison. Marshal Fidencio Rivera said his office had received no warning. Las Vegas Review Journal. The two subsequently went on the run and had a child. Officials say the two co-workers went inside to arrange the drop-off, while Tallchief waited for them outside in the van. Axelrod said that Tallchief has been living in a "loving family relationship" for several years and that her fiance will care for her son while she resolves her criminal case.