Monthly Archives: August 2017

Fugitive of Week has heroin conviction

CONCORD — A man wanted on a parole violation on a heroin charge is this week’s New Hampshire Fugitive of the Week, according to the U.S. Marshals Service in Concord.

Jared Taylor Roberts, 27, is wanted on a warrant out of Rockingham County that was issued on July 26, according to the Marshals.

The District of New Hampshire — New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force has been requested to assist in the location and arrest of Roberts, whose underlying conviction is for possession of heroin with intent to distribute, according to the Marshals.

Roberts was last known to be living in Lancaster, where he has ties to family, friends and associates throughout that area, according to the Marshals.

Roberts is described as a white man, 5 feet, 8 inches tall, 175 pounds with brown eyes and hair. He has tattoos on his left and right arms and forearms.

If you

Read More at: http://www.fosters.com/news/20170830/fugitive-of-week-has-heroin-conviction

Illinois man who made FBI’s ‘Ten Most Wanted’ list charged with murder, unlawful flight – WLS

A Chicago man who made the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted” list was charged Monday with first-degree murder. He also faces federal charges of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution after his arrest Sunday at O’Hare International Airport.

Luis Macedo had been on the run for eight years and was arrested in Guadalajara, Mexico, by Mexican federal immigration officers in coordination with the FBI. Former FBI director James Comey had placed Macedo on the “Ten Most Wanted” list in 2016 with a $100,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.

Macedo was charged for his alleged participation in the 2009 murder of 15-year-old Alex Arellano in the 3000-block of West 54th Place in Chicago’s Gage Park neighborhood. Arellano was beaten with baseball bats, shot, run over with a car and set on fire because he refused to “throw up a crown” for the Latin Kings gang, police said.

Four others have already been

Read More at: http://abc7chicago.com/il-man-who-made-fbis-ten-most-wanted-list-charged-with-murder/2354161/

Canadian Bike Cops Nab One of America’s Most Wanted – Hi

Aug 29 2017

Boko Haram: US sells warplanes, weapons to Nigeria

The expert had said, “The Department of Defense will soon notify Congress it plans to sell 12 A-29 Super Tucano light attack aircraft to Nigeria”.

Aug 29 2017

Cancelled trains warning as Waterloo hit by signalling problem

It’s clearly been a challenging time but these improvement works will help us deliver the increased capacity needed for the future.

Aug 29 2017

Chelsea announce signing of Kylian Hazard, brother of Eden

Chelsea have signed Kylian Hazard from Hungarian outfit Ujpest and will integrate the 22-year-old attacking midfielder into their development squad.

Aug 29 2017

Erdogan: Israel should not undermine two-state solution

When asked about the anti-Semitism in the UN, Guterres said that he knows that Israel occasionally receives unequal

Read More at: http://hitechbeacon.com/2017/08/29/canadian-bike-cops-nab-one-of-americas-most-wanted.html

‘Most Wanted’ Ordered Held On $10M Bond In Teen’s 2009 Murder, Body Burning

(STMW) — Eight years ago, Luis Macedo decided to drop out of gang life in Chicago, and moved to Mexico to build a quiet life as a barber and boxing coach, his lawyer said Monday, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.

But that decision came after Macedo and his fellow members of a Gage Park Latin Kings crew realized police had arrested a fellow gang member who could implicate them in the murder of 15-year-old Alex Arellano, Cook County prosecutors said.

Macedo fled to Mexico, but not before telling his fellow gang members to stay silent about the killing, and directing them to set fire to Arellano’s still-undiscovered body that had been shot and ran over by a car.

In the years since, Macedo, now 29, had worked a variety of jobs and was raising three children in Mexico, Assistant Public Defender Chandra Smith said Tuesday at a bond hearing at the Leighton Criminal

Read More at: http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2017/08/29/most-wanted-held-in-chicago-for-murder/

‘Most Wanted’ Held On $10M Bond In Brutal 2009 Murder, Body …

(STMW) — Eight years ago, Luis Macedo decided to drop out of gang life in Chicago, and moved to Mexico to build a quiet life as a barber and boxing coach, his lawyer said Monday, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.

But that decision came after Macedo and his fellow members of a Gage Park Latin Kings crew realized police had arrested a fellow gang member who could implicate them in the murder of 15-year-old Alex Arellano, Cook County prosecutors said.

Macedo fled to Mexico, but not before telling his fellow gang members to stay silent about the killing, and directing them to set fire to Arellano’s still-undiscovered body that had been shot and ran over by a car.

In the years since, Macedo, now 29, had worked a variety of jobs and was raising three children in Mexico, Assistant Public Defender Chandra Smith said Tuesday at a bond hearing at the Leighton Criminal

Read More at: http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2017/08/29/most-wanted-held-in-chicago-for-murder/

Fugitive gang leader beat teen with bat, ordered disposal of body …

The former Oak Lawn man whose eight years on the run earned him a spot on the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list was the ringleader of the gang that beat, shot and burned a 15-year-old boy in 2009, Cook County prosecutors said Tuesday.

Luis Macedo, now 29, struck the first blow in the fatal attack on Alex Arellano after the CPS student refused to say he was affiliated with a gang, prosecutors said. Authorities believe Macedo fled the city soon afterward.

Macedo was arrested in Mexico over the weekend by Mexican federal immigration officers coordinating with the FBI, according to an FBI news release. On Tuesday, he appeared in Cook County court on murder charges and was ordered held on $10 million bond.

The attack on Alex occurred May 1, 2009, when he was confronted by two people on bicycles who asked him to “throw the crown up” and indicate he was

Read More at: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-teen-killed-burned-10-most-wanted-returned-chicago--20170829-story.html

Montreal Police Arrest Laotian Man on US Most-Wanted List

Canadian police officers chased down and caught a Laotian-born alleged drug smuggler who is on the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement list of its 10 most wanted criminals.

Montreal police said this week Katay-Khaophone Sychanta, 35, tried to flee on foot along a bike path, but officers caught him for alleged drug possession. Fingerprint checks revealed his identity.

He was arraigned Thursday on charges of drug possession, obstructing the work of police and false documents.

Sychanta faces earlier drug charges in Ontario as well as those in the United States.

Sychanta was born in Laos and was first indicted in 2005 in Michigan. The ICE most-wanted list says he evaded capture on drug charges in the U.S. and continued to supervise a drug-smuggling organization based near Windsor, Ontario.

ICE said he has a history of violence and has allegedly made threats against Homeland Security Investigations unit agents and other law enforcement officials.

Read More at: https://www.voanews.com/a/us-canada-most-wanted-sychanta/4005280.html

Montreal police arrest Laotian man on US most-wanted list

TORONTO (AP) — Canadian police officers on bicycles chased down and caught a Laotian-born alleged drug smuggler who is on the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s list of 10 most wanted suspects, authorities said Tuesday.

Montreal police Commander Miguel Alston said Katay-Khaophone Sychanta, 35, was on a park bench preparing to smoke a marijuana joint with another man when police approached and questioned him last week.

Alston said the officers were not satisfied with his answers after he produced identification that turned out to be a fake driver’s license from Maryland.

Alston said Sychanta tried to flee on foot along a bike path, but officers caught him and arrested him for suspected drug possession. Fingerprint checks revealed his identity.

Sychanta was arraigned Thursday on charges of drug possession, obstructing the work of police and possessing false documents. It was not immediately clear who might be representing the suspect, and police did not immediately respond

Read More at: http://www.dailyprogress.com/montreal-police-arrest-laotian-man-on-us-most-wanted-list/article_3e97a24d-b114-589e-aed6-3fd1cbd3f712.html