Detroit, MI - Investigators from the
United States Marshals Service, Detroit Fugitive Apprehension Team known as
DFAT, have arrested a suspect wanted in the murder of a 21-year-old female
found shot to death in a room at the Corktown Inn on Detroit's West side in
the early morning hours of April 19.
The victim, Ninoshka Nueves-Figuera, was found with multiple gunshot wounds
to her body. It is alleged that the suspect may have been targeting women
online and would later rob.
The suspect was arrested at a home located on Detroit's West side after DFAT
investigators received several anonymous tips which provided information
that led directly to the apprehension of this dangerous predator.
US Marshal for the Eastern District of Michigan, Robert M. Grubbs said “when
law enforcement and the community work together, this is the result.”
Anyone with information on any other women who may have been targeted are
urged to call the Detroit Police.
The Detroit Fugitive Apprehension Team is comprised of the USMS, CBP Air &
Marine Division, Detroit Police, Dearborn Police, Flint Police, Hamtramck
Police, ICE, Livonia Police, Macomb County Sheriff, Michigan Air National
Guard , MDOC-ARU, Michigan State Police, Oakland County Sheriff, Sterling
Heights Police and Wayne County Sheriff.
information about the U.S. Marshals Service can be found at
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