The Murder of Lindsay Buziak

Cirilo Bautista Lopez & his Delalcazar nephews

CIRILO BAUTISTA LOPEZ

entered this country in the mid 80’s. Then in 1993 Cirilo’s sister Susan Delalcazar arrived with her family. Cirilo was a career criminal with ties to organized crime and he taught his nephews everything he knew. In 1998 Cirilo LopezMing Tsang, and Clinton Smart/Green were busted and charged with conspiracy to traffic in narcotics. Cirilo was sentenced to 4 years, Ming Tsang 2 years.

Cirilo was released in March 2000, but while on release he was charged with assault causing bodily harm. He was returned to William Head once again. Upon his release this time, he went straight back to the streets selling drugs. There is no finer example of how the Catch & Release system works in B.C. than the criminal history of Cirilo Lopez. He was a major player with ties to some very dangerous people.

In 2010, he was back at it again, and was busted for trafficking in narcotics in Winnipeg Manitoba. However, it would be a few years before a sentence was handed down. In 2014, the Manitoba judge handed down a 10-year sentence to Lopez, and in court transcripts referred to him as being at the top of the heap. In other words, he was considered one of the leaders of this criminal organization.

Court transcripts also state that Cirilo Lopez was a member of the ROCK MACHINE.

The Rock Machine gang was formed shortly after 8 members of the BANDIDOS were lured to a farm in the outskirts of Toronto, then shot in the head at close range. It was a power play – they were shot by members of their own organization. The group then splintered and Cirilo, once a member of the BANDIDOS hooked up with the ROCK MACHINE. Cirilo Bautista is an incorrigible who has no will or desire to change.

 Dritsas was an individual who trafficked at the cocaine kilogram level.  According to the trial testimony of Sergeant Blake Wawryk of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, this level was the highest achievable in the City of Winnipeg’s drug hierarchy.  Through the course of police surveillance, it was determined that Dritsas’s cocaine operation was substantially supplied by British Columbia resident Cirilo Lopez. 

LOPEZ WAS KNOWN TO HAVE MANY DRUG CONTACTS AND HAD CONDUCTED HIS OPERATION ON A LONG-TERM BASIS.  FURTHER, HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE ROCK MACHINE ORGANIZATION.  THE VARIOUS RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DRITSAS AND HIS CO-OFFENDERS HAVE BEEN DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

2013 MBQB 186 (CanLII) | R. v. Dritsas | CanLII

CIRILO BAUTISTA LOPEZ – HALFWAY HOUSE

Cirilo Lopez was released from prison in early 2017, after serving only 2 1/2 years of a 10-year sentence. He returned to BC, and as per his parole release conditions was housed in a halfway house in downtown Vancouver – The Vancouver Harbor Light Halfway House which is run by the Salvation Army and located at 119 East Cordova. Whether he still resides there today is unknown but it is most likely he is back on the streets selling narcotics. Evidenced by pictures, one thing is crystal clear, the Lopez family and the Delalcazars have welcomed Cirilo back into the family with open arms.

Cirilo Lopez has recently surfaced on Facebook using an alias. It looks like he may be back in business.

THE DELALCAZAR BROTHERS

By the year 2000 the Delalcazar brothers had beat, stabbed and shot their way to the top and were now heavily involved in the trafficking of narcotics. In their late teens the brothers were members of the Esquimalt Crips gang. Esquimalt was their territory and they were identified with the color blue. In the early morning hours of Oct 20/2001 24-year old Nicholas Chow Johnson was walking through the Esquimalt neighborhood on his way home.

Without provocation Harry HiscockEldriegson DelalcazarCody Robinson, and Cory Patterson punched and kicked Nicholas until his skull was fractured. He was left blind in one eye, paralyzed on one side, brain damaged and remains in a vegetative state today. All three were arrested, charged and convicted. Just 10 days earlier, Harry Hiscock and Eldreigson Delalcazar were involved in another violent attack in Esquimalt. Both were arrested, charged and convicted.

[16]   I note that Justice Newbury’s comment about specific deterrence was perhaps more relevant to the co-accused, Eldreigson Delalcazar, and not to Mr. Hiscock, since this was Mr. Hiscock’s second adult offence, the first being for theft under.  Justice Newbury continued:

2002 BCSC 1772 (CanLII) | R. v. Hiscock | CanLII

JEFFERSON DELALCAZAR

In the early morning hours of October 17/2010 Jefferson Delalcazar entered Denny’s restaurant with the intention of doing serious damage. He went straight to a back booth where he knew his ex-girlfriend was sitting with friends. He first went after one of the guys at her table, sending him to the hospital with injuries. He then attacked his ex-girlfriend grabbing her by the hair, threw her to the ground then punched her in the back of the head leaving her with serious injuries. People in the restaurant pulled Delalcazar off her and the police were called. Delalcazar pleaded guilty to assault and criminally harassment and was given an eighteen month jail sentence.

THE BROTHERS

Since the late 90’s until most recently the Delalcazar brothers have been charged with numerous offences, the majority for which they have served little or no time. Unlawful confinement, criminal harassment, uttering threats, breach of probation, assault causing bodily harm, theft, possession for the purposes of trafficking, driving while prohibited, aggravated assault, causing a disturbance, extortion, uttering threats to cause death.

Just google the DELALCAZAR and you will find stories about some of the crimes they committed in your local newspaper. Some of their crimes have been covered up by publication bans.

ERICKSON DELALCAZAR’S LATEST CHARGE

22-Feb-2021
CCC – 266 Assault
Commit
DELALCAZAR, ERICKSON Lopez
Saanich BC
181629-1-K
2
22-Feb-2021
CCC – 264.1(1)(a) Uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm
Commit
DELALCAZAR, ERICKSON Lopez
Saanich BC

THERE IS NO JUSTICE FOR THE VICTIMS OF CRIME.

There is only a revolving door court system for those who commit these heinous acts of violence. Lawyers work in the grey area, looking for any loopholes they can find to get their client off. It’s a big business, and the only winners here are the criminals. Some of these high priced lawyers will take cash under the table – it helps pay the mooring fees for their boats docked in Sidney harbor.

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