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Atlanta double shooting suspect captured in Florida – AJC.com

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FBI, ATF Double Reward for Fugitive Diego Barros Pires — FBI

The FBI Boston Division’s Southeastern Massachusetts Gang Task Force and the ATF’s Boston Field Division are doubling the reward and continuing to seek the public’s assistance in locating Diego Barros Pires, an alleged member of a violent street gang in Brockton, Massachusetts.

On March 22, 2017, Diego Pires, also known as “Smurf” or “Do It,” was indicted, along with three other associates, and an arrest warrant was issued out of U.S. District Court in Boston, Massachusetts. Pires was charged with kidnapping and aiding and abetting. He is wanted for his alleged involvement in the kidnapping of one adult and two minors in Brockton and Quincy, Massachusetts. Pires is considered armed and dangerous.

Pires is a 24-year-old Cape Verdean male who is a legal U.S. citizen, with black hair and brown eyes. He is 5’8” in height and weighs approximately 160 pounds. He last resided at 5 Madrid Square, Apartment 7 in Brockton,

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FBI, ATF Double Reward for Fugitive Diego Barros Pires

The FBI Boston Division’s Southeastern Massachusetts Gang Task Force and the ATF’s Boston Field Division are doubling the reward and continuing to seek the public’s assistance in locating Diego Barros Pires, an alleged member of a violent street gang in Brockton, Massachusetts.

On March 22, 2017, Diego Pires, also known as “Smurf” or “Do It,” was indicted, along with three other associates, and an arrest warrant was issued out of U.S. District Court in Boston, Massachusetts. Pires was charged with kidnapping and aiding and abetting. He is wanted for his alleged involvement in the kidnapping of one adult and two minors in Brockton and Quincy, Massachusetts. Pires is considered armed and dangerous.

Pires is a 24-year-old Cape Verdean male who is a legal U.S. citizen, with black hair and brown eyes. He is 5’8” in height and weighs approximately 160 pounds. He last resided at 5 Madrid Square, Apartment 7 in Brockton,

Read More at: https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/boston/news/press-releases/fbi-atf-double-reward-for-fugitive-diego-barros-pires

FBI’s Most Wanted, Terry Strickland, taken into custody on double homicide charges

MILWAUKEE — 24-year-old Terry Strickland, one of the FBI’s Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitives is now in custody. The arrest was announced Sunday, January 15th by the FBI and El Paso Police Department.

Strickland was wanted by the FBI after a double fatal shooting in Milwaukee in July. He is facing two counts of first degree intentional homicide with use of a dangerous weapon. He’ll soon be extradited to Milwaukee from Texas.

Prosecutors say Strickland killed two men in broad daylight in a residential neighborhood in front of multiple witnesses.

Investigators said on July 17th, a fight between a group of seven or eight men ended when Strickland started shooting near 26th and Hopkins on Milwaukee’s north side.

Maurice Brown

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Milwaukee double-slaying suspect added to FBI most-wanted – Channel3000.com – WISC

MILWAUKEE – A man whom authorities say viciously killed two men in Milwaukee has been added to the FBI’s list of 10 most-wanted fugitives.

Authorities allege 24-year-old Terry Strickland fired into a group of men on July 17 after an argument, then shot a man lying on the ground multiple times and shot a second man in the head. Both died at the scene.

The FBI says Strickland fled the scene, leaving his 18-month-old daughter behind inside the house.

Strickland was charged in July in Milwaukee County Circuit Court with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide, and an arrest warrant was issued. In October, he was charged federally with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

A reward of up to $100,000 is being offered for any information leading directly to his arrest.

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Milwaukee double-slaying suspect added to FBI most-wanted

MILWAUKEE — A man whom authorities say viciously killed two men in Milwaukee has been added to the FBI’s list of 10 most-wanted fugitives.

Authorities allege 24-year-old Terry Strickland fired into a group of men on July 17 after an argument, then shot a man lying on the ground multiple times and shot a second man in the head. Both died at the scene.

The FBI says Strickland fled the scene, leaving his 18-month-old daughter behind inside the house.

Strickland was charged in July in Milwaukee County Circuit Court with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide, and an arrest warrant was issued. In October, he was charged federally with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

A reward of up to $100,000 is being offered for any information leading directly to his arrest.

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FBI adds suspect in Milwaukee double homicide to most wanted list

The FBI has added a man who authorities say “cold-bloodedly killed” two innocent men in Milwaukee to its most-wanted list.

Terry A.D. Strickland was among a group of men arguing in front of a home July 17 when witnesses saw him go inside the house, emerge with a gun and fire into the group of men, FBI Special Agent in Charge Justin Tolomeo said.

Strickland then approached Maurice Brown Jr., who was laying on the ground, and shot him multiple times before turning to Michael Allen Reed and shooting him in the head, Tolomeo said Thursday.

Strickland, 24, was seen fleeing in a black SUV, leaving his 18-month-old daughter behind inside the house, Tolomeo said.

Brown, 38, and Reed, 39, died from their injuries at the scene in the 3500 block of N. 26th St.