Border Patrol agents arrest man wanted for murder in Los Angeles
THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR
Tucson, Arizona | Published: 12.06.2005
Border Patrol agents arrested a man wanted for murder in Los Angeles.
Jose Medina-Castañeda, 43, of Mexico, was captured in a group of 19 people trying to cross the border east of Douglas on Sunday, said Jim Hawkins, a Tucson sector spokesman. Agents checked their fingerprints and found a warrant for Medina-Castañeda issued in 1993.
He was booked into the Cochise County Jail and will be taken to California to face charges.
Medina-Castañeda is the 16th murder suspect caught by Tucson sector Border Patrol agents in the past 2 months.
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