Post by HeadMarshal on Apr 19, 2014 16:25:37 GMT -5
Guadalupe Ayan Estefano was arrested in 1996 in connection with a cocaine trafficking case in Florida. She posted bond in 1997 and fled to Mexico. Last month she was arrested by Mexican authorities and sent back to Florida on March 21. Last week a judge thankfully did not allow her to post bond. Where she lived in Mexico or how she was arrested is not known.
Post by HeadMarshal on Apr 21, 2014 11:14:09 GMT -5
Joseph Lewis Miller had been convicted in 1959 for shooting a man to death with a shotgun, but his life sentence had been commuted in 1971. In 1981, Miller shot another man to death at a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania parking lot. The US Marshals took up this fugitive cold case and discovered the now 78-year old fugitive was living in Mineola, Texas under an alias, but was collecting social security checks under his real name. Miller was arrested early today. He was married and was a deacon at a local church.
Post by HeadMarshal on Apr 22, 2014 15:17:08 GMT -5
William Newton was wanted for a 1996 knife-point rape in West Hartford, Connecticut. Newton was stopped while walking near the US-Canada border in Champlain, New York and it was learned that he was a wanted fugitive. He is awaiting extradition to Connecticut.
Post by HeadMarshal on Apr 25, 2014 17:10:01 GMT -5
Three great captures of fugitives wanted on cold case warrants or for recent warrants in connection with cold cases!
Jesus Carlos Soto was wanted out of Maricopa County, Arizona on 1997 warrants for possession of narcotics for sale. The FBI suspected he was living in Storm Lake, Iowa, and he was arrested Wednesday at a construction site in Storm Lake under an alias.
Also, on Tuesday, a warrant was issued for Daniel Rivera-Morales for a 1999 murder in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Early this morning, US Marshals arrested Daniel in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He was living there while on parole for a 2003 federal cocaine possession with intent to distribute charge in Puerto Rico.
Finally, On April 11, a warrant was issued for Gary Leon Scaggs in connection with the 1987 murder of his wife in the US territory of Guam. Early this week, Gary was arrested at an apartment complex in Indianapolis.
On Aug 8, 1993, Deshawn Daniels got into an argument with three men in Detroit when he shot two of the men, killing one and severely wounding another. Last month, Detroit authorities asked the US Marshals to review the case which resulted in several leads, including one that led them to Savannah, Georgia. Daniels was arrested and after confronted with fingerprint analysis, admitted who he wasl
Post by HeadMarshal on May 8, 2014 17:16:54 GMT -5
In June 1992, Zachary Sander pled guilty in Egg Harbor Township, New Jeresy to cocaine and heroin conspiracy charges. He fled the area prior to his sentencing. An investigation by the US Marshals led to Zachary's arrest in Nye County, Nevada yesterday where he was arrested on a first-degree drug charge.
Post by HeadMarshal on May 13, 2014 12:59:35 GMT -5
In April 1977, Dallas Smallwood was sentenced to five years in Anderson County, South Carolina for housebreaking, grand larceny and possession of stolen goods. He escaped from prison in October of that year. The US Marshals adopted the case last year and were able to arrest him in Zeeland, Michigan yesterday.
Post by HeadMarshal on Jun 8, 2014 18:40:12 GMT -5
Nicholas Salas went on the run in 1999 after sexually assaulting a 12-year old child in Waxahachie, Texas. Last Thursday he was a passenger in an SUV trying to cross from Mexico to Texas when a preliminary check revealed his warrant and led to his arrest.
Post by HeadMarshal on Jun 20, 2014 17:45:54 GMT -5
In 1991, Joseph Keenan May fled Bradenton, Florida on capital sexual battery charges. He assumed the identity of a deceased stepbrother and settled in Alaska. He was arrested early this morning in Eagle River. The article mentions that Joseph may face the death penalty due to Florida's sex crime laws (If I have this right, on the state level, sexual assault on a child under the age of 13 qualifies for capital punishment, however the US Supreme Court disagreed or ignored it. However, ever since the US death penalty was reinstated in 1976, only inmates convicted of murder have been executed.)
Post by HeadMarshal on Jul 1, 2014 11:10:27 GMT -5
On Jan 8, 2002, Judith Fontes Salazar and Jovan Montijo-Gonzalez were arrested at a border crossing in Nogales, Arizona when 14.74 pounds of marijuana were discovered in their pickup truck. Both posted a $1000 bond and fled. On Mar 9, 2014, Judith returned to the US-Mexico border where she claimed to have a housekeeping job lined up, but her warrant was discovered and she was arrested. She pled guilty and last month she was sentenced to three years probation and 109 days in jail. Jovan Montijo-Gonzalez is still at large.
Post by HeadMarshal on Jul 25, 2014 15:24:01 GMT -5
In October 1995, a warrant was issued for Miguel Soto for 2nd Degree Robbery out of New York City. Soto was arrested in Cape May County, New Jersey two days ago after presenting false identification during a traffic stop.
Post by HeadMarshal on Jul 29, 2014 15:14:12 GMT -5
In 1995, Oscar Gomez Erives shot and killed his girlfriend in front of her mother after the girlfriend didn't want to go to Mexico with him. He fled Amarillo, Texas and went to Mexico where he was finally arrested on July 22. While in custody in Ciudad Juarez, he hung himself on the same day he was arrested. Fingerprints and photos confirmed that he was Oscar Erives. The case is now closed.