Post by Scumhunter on Mar 30, 2018 23:28:10 GMT -5
Apparently theres some controversy with that capture as the wife says Cagley was under the impression he was no longer wanted and was using his own name since 2005 unaware a warrant was reissued.
While not excusing it, at his age and not being convicted of murder or something like that, hes probably not much of a threat to society at the moment, so I'm sure regardless of how much the wife says is truthful, there will possibly be some sort of compromise in court.
Post by HeadMarshal on Mar 31, 2018 8:10:55 GMT -5
In 1995, a warrant was issued out of Nevada for Heraclio Gamez-Nava. He had been accused of raping and impregnating his 12-year old daughter. On Thursday, a deputy in Porter, Texas found Heraclio and his wife at a gas station and discovered an ID card hidden in the vehicle that confirmed Heraclio's true identity.
Post by HeadMarshal on Apr 12, 2018 13:05:45 GMT -5
In 1981, Stephen Michael Paris escaped from a correctional center in Oklahoma after being convicted of drug charges which got him a nine-year sentence. The case was reopened by investigators after they discovered an obituary of Stephen's mother which provided them Stephen's alias. Stephen was tracked down to Houston where he has been arrested this morning.
Post by HeadMarshal on Apr 18, 2018 14:58:49 GMT -5
In 2000, Jose Antonio Gonzalez fled Tampa, Florida after failing to appear in court on an alleged lewd and lascivious molestation charge. Now 76-years of age and after 18 years on the run, he has been extradited from the Dominican Republic back to Florida!
Post by HeadMarshal on Apr 27, 2018 16:10:10 GMT -5
In May 1988, Paul Sanchez was accused of shooting at four people, killing one of the victims according to the Bakersfield Californian newspaper. In February of this year, detectives learned he was possibly living in Phoenix, Arizona. He was finally arrested on Tuesday after three decades of using multiple aliases and dates of birth.
Post by HeadMarshal on May 9, 2018 15:12:12 GMT -5
In 1996, Hector Garay was accused of killing Adalberto Salines in Norcross, Georgia during an attempted robbery. He fled but has since been sent from his hideout in El Salvador back to the FBI in Atlanta!
Post by HeadMarshal on May 27, 2018 9:00:52 GMT -5
In 1992, Freddy Guerra and two friends shot a Queens, New York hardware store owner because they wanted to steal several spray-paint cans. Guerra pleaded guilty in December of 1992 to attempted murder but failed to appear a court hearing in February 1993. He was convicted in absentia and sentenced to six to 18 years in prison.
Guerra apparently spent the next 25 years working as a mechanic in the Dominican Republic. Around a week ago he applied for a passport to visit family in New York so he traveled back to where he was wanted out of. This past Thursday night, US Marshals and NYPD detectives greeted him at the airport and put him in handcuffs. He now sits in a cell in Rikers Island awaiting his fate.
Post by HeadMarshal on Jun 19, 2018 20:45:15 GMT -5
In 1999, Julio Anaya was arrested in Ventura County, California, accused of molesting five young girls. He posted bail and fled in 2000 to his native El Salvador. Eventually he returned to the US, settling in Maryland. He has finally been arrested this month in Anne Arundel County.
Post by HeadMarshal on Jul 3, 2018 11:50:01 GMT -5
Really great capture to report on here! In 1984, authorities in Whitfield County, Georgia say that Jay Thomas Burlison allegedly shot and wounded his wife and then shot and killed another man who was with her.
Jay then went on the run and became an FBI featured fugitive dating back all the way to the mid 80s until approx. 2003 I believe. Investigators learned that someone applied for social security benefits under his name. He was finally arrested in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee this Monday!
Post by HeadMarshal on Jul 5, 2018 17:13:53 GMT -5
In February 2000, William Branson Martin failed to report to his probationary officer in Isle of Wight County, Virginia and became a fugitive. He had originally served 10 years for the sexual assault of three young girls.
Well thanks to a mistake William made while on the run (not disclosed as to the exact mistake) he was apprehended at a Los Angeles homeless shelter!
Post by HeadMarshal on Jul 10, 2018 14:15:03 GMT -5
In 2007, Christopher Greene fled Sweetwater, Tennessee and became a fugitive. He was originally employed as a local police officer but was accused of stealing over $10,000 worth of money from the department's evidence room.
Christopher spent the next 11 years on the run but thankfully was arrested all the way in Panama last week! He was returned to the US on Friday.
Post by HeadMarshal on Jul 30, 2018 13:22:26 GMT -5
In 1990, Earl Jay Slatton fled Lee County in Florida after being charged with sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12. His trail went cold for over two decades until eventually a lead was sent to law enforcement, saying he was living with his new wife in a remote part of Nayarit, Mexico. Mexican authorities and US Marshals went to a small village there and arrested Earl! He has been extradited from Mexico and is now in a Florida jail.
Post by HeadMarshal on Aug 16, 2018 14:28:23 GMT -5
19 years ago, authorities in Fort Bend County, Texas say that Apolinar Tejeda allegedly murdered his wife. This past Tuesday, a joint-law enforcement effort led to Apolinar's arrest at his place of work in Kannapolis, North Carolina!
Post by HeadMarshal on Aug 31, 2018 14:58:08 GMT -5
In 1998, Cesar Jacinto Silva allegedly shot Gerardo Alaniz to death outside a Laredo, Texas pool hall. A warrant was issued but authorities thought he had fled to Mexico. Suddenly, an anoyomous tip about "someone wanted for an homicide" led Laredo authorities to an address where they apprehended Cesar on Wednesday.
EDIT: In 2008, Fernando Galarza allegedly shot and killed Luis Yanez in Columbus County, North Carolina. Fernando spent the next decade on the run until he was located and apprehended in Barren County, Kentucky. Once interviewed, he reportedly confessed to killing Luis.
Post by HeadMarshal on Sept 23, 2018 7:40:29 GMT -5
In 2003, Lonnie Payne escaped from a correctional facility in Louisiana while serving a 12-year sentence for burglary. He simply walked away while going through an unlocked fence because he was on grass cutting duty.
According to the NY Post, Lonnie has been apprehended in Mexico and is now in Texas, awaiting his return to Louisiana.