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NH fugitive arrested in Lawrence – Eagle

LAWRENCE — Two plain-clothes detectives with the Lawrence Street Narcotics Enforcement Unit spotted a New Hampshire “Fugitive of the Week” at Tripolis Pizza Wednesday, leading to the arrest of an alleged bank robber.

Daryl Gurley, 24, of Derry was wanted by police in Derry, Londonderry and Windham for allegedly robbing banks in the three towns over the last several months.

Witness told investigators that Gurley yelled a robbery was taking place at TD Bank in Londonderry on Dec. 12, Santander Bank in Derry on Dec. 23 and Santander Bank in Windham on Feb. 12. He threatened to use a gun, according to witnesses at each location, but never showed one.

Gurley was on the U.S. Marshal’s weekly media announcement Wednesday and on Feb. 14.

According to an incident report, Lawrence detectives assigned to work with a branch of the U.S. Marshal’s office in New Hampshire had information that Gurley frequented Newbury Street near Garden Street in Lawrence.

During a day-long

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NH fugitive arrested in Lawrence | News | eagletribune.com – Eagle

LAWRENCE — Two plain-clothes detectives with the Lawrence Street Narcotics Enforcement Unit spotted a New Hampshire “Fugitive of the Week” at Tripolis Pizza Wednesday, leading to the arrest of an alleged bank robber.

Daryl Gurley, 24, of Derry was wanted by police in Derry, Londonderry and Windham for allegedly robbing banks in the three towns over the last several months.

Witness told investigators that Gurley yelled a robbery was taking place at TD Bank in Londonderry on Dec. 12, Santander Bank in Derry on Dec. 23 and Santander Bank in Windham on Feb. 12. He threatened to use a gun, according to witnesses at each location, but never showed one.

Gurley was on the U.S. Marshal’s weekly media announcement Wednesday and on Feb. 14.

According to an incident report, Lawrence detectives assigned to work with a branch of the U.S. Marshal’s office in New Hampshire had information that Gurley frequented Newbury Street near Garden Street in Lawrence.

During a day-long

Read More at: http://www.eagletribune.com/news/nh-fugitive-arrested-in-lawrence/article_9dc95853-4c74-5568-86ba-983bebbb54bc.html

America’s most wanted deadbeat dad arrested in Calgary area …

After eluding authorities for nearly 20 years, a man considered America’s most wanted deadbeat dad is behind bars, thanks to a cherry pit and the investigative efforts of a Bearspaw, Alta., restaurateur.

Joseph Stroup, who had been living under the name Joop Cousteau, was detained by the Canada Border Services Agency and transported to the U.S. on Feb. 15. He is in custody and will stand trial on charges of violating child support.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website, Stroup owes more than $560,000 in child support.

In 1989, he was ordered to pay $100 a month for his four children, but told the court he was unemployed and medically unable to work, so the payments were reduced to $14 a month.

‘Fugitive of the Week’ in bank robberies arrested in Massachusetts bakery

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A “Fugitive of the Week” accused of robbing three banks in New Hampshire has been found and arrested in Massachusetts.

The U.S. Marshal’s fugitive task force featured 24-year-old Daryl Gurley on its weekly media announcement Wednesday and on Feb. 14.

The marshals, along with the Lawrence, Massachusetts, Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration, conducted surveillance on a man matching Gurley’s description, seen walking into the bakery/restaurant. He was arrested without incident Wednesday.

Authorities say Gurley was wanted on numerous outstanding arrest warrants in both states, including bank robberies in Windham, Londonderry and Derry, New Hampshire. He faced a hearing in Lawrence on Thursday. Police say they found a drug believed to be fentanyl during his arrest.

It wasn’t immediately known if he had a lawyer.

Read More at: https://www.boston.com/news/local-news/2018/02/22/fugitive-of-the-week-in-bank-robberies-arrested-in-massachusetts-bakery

America’s most wanted deadbeat dad arrested in Calgary

After eluding authorities for nearly 20 years, a man believed to be America’s most wanted deadbeat dad is behind bars, thanks to a cherry pit and the investigative efforts of a Bearspaw, Alta. restaurateur.

Joseph Stroup — who had been living under the name Joop Cousteau — was detained by the Canadian Border Services Agency and transported to the U.S. on Feb. 15. He is currently in custody to stand trial on charges of violating child support.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website, Stroup owes more than $560,000 in child support.

In 1989, he was ordered to pay $100 a month for his four children, but he told the court he was unemployed and medically unable to work, so the payments were reduced to $14 a month.

But in 1996, the U.S. court learned

Read More at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/calgary-deadbeat-dad-most-wanted-america-arrested-1.4546345

‘Fugitive of Week’ in bank robberies arrested in Lawrence bakery

CONCORD, N.H. — A “Fugitive of the Week” accused of robbing three banks in New Hampshire has been found and arrested in Massachusetts.

The U.S. Marshal’s fugitive task force featured 24-year-old Daryl Gurley on its weekly media announcement Wednesday and on Feb. 14.

The marshals, along with the Lawrence, Massachusetts, Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration, conducted surveillance on a man matching Gurley’s description, seen walking into the bakery/restaurant. He was arrested without incident Wednesday.

Authorities say Gurley was wanted on numerous outstanding arrest warrants in both states, including bank robberies in Windham, Londonderry and Derry, New Hampshire. He faced a hearing in Lawrence on Thursday. Police say they found a drug believed to be fentanyl during his arrest.

It wasn’t immediately known if he had a lawyer.

Read More at: http://www.bostonherald.com/news/local_coverage/2018/02/fugitive_of_week_in_bank_robberies_arrested_in_lawrence_bakery

‘Fugitive of Week’ in bank robberies arrested in bakery

A “Fugitive of the Week” accused of robbing three banks in New Hampshire has been found and arrested in Massachusetts.

The U.S. Marshal’s fugitive task force featured 24-year-old Daryl Gurley on its weekly media announcement Wednesday and on Feb. 14.

The marshals, along with the Lawrence, Massachusetts, Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration, conducted surveillance on a man matching Gurley’s description, seen walking into the bakery/restaurant. He was arrested without incident Wednesday.

Authorities say Gurley was wanted on numerous outstanding arrest warrants in both states, including bank robberies in Windham, Londonderry and Derry, New Hampshire. He faced a hearing in Lawrence on Thursday. Police say they found a drug believed to be fentanyl during his arrest.

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It wasn’t immediately known if he had a lawyer.

Read More at: https://www.sacbee.com/news/business/article201499049.html

Fugitive Arrested In Mexico For 2008 Slaying Of Wife In Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, NV – Jesus Roberto Munguia, one of the FBI’s ten most wanted fugitives, has been arrested in Mexico in connection with the 2008 murder of his wife in Las Vegas. His arrest was announced by Aaron Rouse, special agent of the FBI’s Las Vegas Field Office, who said the agency arrested Munguia with the help of Mexican authorities and transported him to Los Angeles.

Munguia had an arrest warrant that charged him with murder and kidnapping. He allegedly murdered his wife on July 1, 2008 after an argument at their home. His wife, Sherryl Sacueza, was found dead inside of her vehicle on July 2, 2008. She was found beaten and tied up by her hands and neck. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police obtained an arrest warrant for Munguia after identifying him as the suspect. After law enforcement was unable to locate him, a federal arrest warrant was issued for

Read More at: https://patch.com/nevada/lasvegas/fugitive-arrested-mexico-2008-slaying-wife-las-vegas

NH fugitive sex offender arrested at Mass. restaurant

CONCORD — A sex offender and recent New Hampshire Fugitive of the Week has been arrested at a Haverhill, Massachusetts, restaurant, according to the U.S. Marshals office in Concord.

The U.S. Marshal’s fugitive task force from Massachusetts, along with members of the Haverhill Police Department were able to safely arrest “Fugitive of the Week,” Benjamin Rodriguez, 45, at a local restaurant.

Rodriguez had been featured as the “Fugitive of the Week” on Feb. 7. The “Fugitive of the Week” had been aired on WTPL-FM, WMUR-TV, The Union Leader, The Nashua Telegraph, The Patch, Foster’s Daily Democrat, Manchester Information, the Manchester Ink Link and prominently featured on the internet. The “Fugitive of the Week” has been a very successful tool that has resulted in the location and arrest of numerous fugitives since its implementation in 2007, according to the Marshals. Additionally, the “Fugitive of the Week” is distributed

Read More at: http://www.fosters.com/news/20180213/nh-fugitive-sex-offender-arrested-at-mass-restaurant

One of Tulare County’s most wanted arrested – KFSN

One of Tulare County’s top ten most wanted criminals has been captured after being on the run for almost seven months.

The Tulare County Sheriff’s office says 32-year-old, Homero Ontiveros, from Earlimart, was taken into custody by Indio police in Southern California, Wednesday.

Authorities say he was arrested after robbing and shooting at a Brinks security guard while the guard was putting cash into a bank ATM.

The sheriff’s office says Ontiveros was wanted for questioning regarding multiple armed robberies at businesses in Porterville, Lindsay, Bakersfield, and Delano.

He also has felony warrants out of Nebraska for robbery.

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