U.S. Marshals in Puerto Rico Arrest Wisconsin Couple Wanted for Murder
For Immediate Release
Pedro Fortier, Deputy U.S. Marshal
San Juan, PR – The U.S. Marshals Puerto Rico Violent Offenders Task Force (PRVOTF) arrested a couple wanted for first degree murder in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Alex Delgado Cintron, 22, and Maria Christina Patino, 37, were wanted in relation to the December 5th deadly shooting of one man and another one injured in Kenosha, WI.
According to investigators in Kenosha, WI, both suspects fled to Puerto Rico after the incident. The Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force (GLRFTF) requested the assistance of the Puerto Rico Violent Offenders Task Force in San Juan to locate and apprehend both fugitives. Information was developed by Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force and Puerto Rico Violent Offenders Task Force indicating both fugitives were staying with Delgado's relatives in the town of Cayey.
On December 30, 2019, U.S. Marshals Puerto Rico Violent Offenders Task Force with the assistance of the Puerto Rico Police and detectives from the Kenosha Police Department were able to locate and apprehend both fugitives without incident. Delgado Cintron and Patino were released to the custody of the Puerto Rico Police Extradition Unit.
U.S. Marshals Puerto Rico Violent Offenders Task Force is a multi-jurisdictional task force comprised of Deputy U.S. Marshals, Puerto Rico Police Department, San Juan Municipal Police, Puerto Rico Department of Corrections, Puerto Rico State Marshals and Puerto Rico Internal Revenue.
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