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Man Charged With Killing Methuen Mother Arrested In California

METHUEN (CBS) – A man charged with strangling the mother of his child inside her Methuen home in 2016 was arrested Wednesday in California.

Emilio DeLarosa, 33, was wanted for killing 29-year-old Wanda Rosa on September 12, 2016. Rosa had an active restraining order out against DeLarosa at the time of her death.

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Emilio de la Rosa. (Methuen Police Department)

DeLarosa was added to the Massachusetts Most Wanted list in February.

On Wednesday, the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section joined U.S. Marshalls and California police to take DeLarosa into custody following a traffic stop.

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10 Most Wanted suspect in teen’s killing, burning is caught in Mexico: FBI

A Chicago street gang member wanted in the burning and killing of a 15-year-old boy on the Southwest Side in 2009 and placed on the FBI “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list has been arrested in Mexico, according to the FBI.

Luis Macedo, 29, was arrested by Mexican federal immigration officers coordinating with the FBI on Saturday in Guadalajara, in Jalisco state in western Mexico, according to an FBI news release. Macedo, formerly of Oak Lawn, is charged in Cook County with first-degree murder in the slaying of Alex Arellano and is charged in federal court with fleeing to avoid prosecution, according to the FBI and court records.

Macedo was believed to have fled the Chicago area soon after the killing and thought to be living in Mexico or the southeastern U.S., authorities said. He is in FBI custody and will be brought to Chicago, where he will be turned over to local

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10 Most Wanted suspect in teen’s killing, burning is caught in Mexico …

A Chicago street gang member wanted in the burning and killing of a 15-year-old boy on the Southwest Side in 2009 and placed on the FBI “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list has been arrested in Mexico, according to the FBI.

Luis Macedo, 29, was arrested by Mexican federal immigration officers coordinating with the FBI on Saturday in Guadalajara, in Jalisco state in western Mexico, according to an FBI news release. Macedo, formerly of Oak Lawn, is charged in Cook County with first-degree murder in the slaying of Alex Arellano and is charged in federal court with fleeing to avoid prosecution, according to the FBI and court records.

Macedo was believed to have fled the Chicago area soon after the killing and thought to be living in Mexico or the southeastern U.S., authorities said. He is in FBI custody and will be brought to Chicago, where he will be turned over to local

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Women’s March Celebrates Birthday of Cop-Killing Terrorist Wanted By FBI

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July 17, 2017 3:52 pm

The Women’s March’s Twitter account on Sunday celebrated the birthday of a convicted cop killer wanted by the FBI as a “revolutionary.”

“Happy birthday to the revolutionary #AssataShakur!” the official account for the anti-Donald Trump movement tweeted.

Assata Shakur, born Joanne Deborah Byron, is currently on the FBI’s “Most Wanted Terrorists” list under her married name, Joanne D. Chesimard.

As a member of the Black Liberation Army, Chesimard was found guilty of first degree murder and assault in 1977 after

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Women’s March Celebrates Birthday of Cop-Killing Terrorist Wanted …

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July 17, 2017 3:52 pm

The Women’s March’s Twitter account on Sunday celebrated the birthday of a convicted cop killer wanted by the FBI as a “revolutionary.”

“Happy birthday to the revolutionary #AssataShakur!” the official account for the anti-Donald Trump movement tweeted.

Assata Shakur, born Joanne Deborah Byron, is currently on the FBI’s “Most Wanted Terrorists” list under her married name, Joanne D. Chesimard.

As a member of the Black Liberation Army, Chesimard was found guilty of first degree murder and assault in 1977 after

Read More at: http://freebeacon.com/politics/womens-march-celebrates-birthday-cop-killing-terrorist-wanted-fbi/

FBI agents spent decades searching for a mobster wanted in a cop killing. Then they found his secret room.

When investigators picked through the tan split-level house on Maplecrest Drive, a textbook suburban street in Dartmouth, Mass., 60 miles south of Boston, they found something that wasn’t supposed to be there. Inside a closet, there was a secret door. Through the door was a small room. In the room, they found a walking cane.

The search last year shot momentum back into the long-stalled hunt for Donald Eugene Webb. A dog-loving jewel thief with roots in New England’s mafia circles, Webb was wanted in connection with the 1980 killing of Gregory B. Adams, a small-town Pennsylvania police chief, in the longest-running cold case involving a slain officer in U.S. history.

Late last week, local and federal authorities were back at the Maplecrest address, a home owned by Webb’s ex-wife. This time police dug through the backyard, eventually uncovering human remains, according to the Boston Globe.

On Friday, the FBI announced the body was Webb’s. The identification puts

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The FBI spent decades searching for a mobster wanted in a cop killing. Then they found his secret room.


In this photo provided by the FBI, Donald Eugene Webb is pictured in an undated mug shot. (AP/Federal Bureau of Investigation)

When investigators picked through the tan split level house on Maplecrest Drive, a textbook suburban street in Dartmouth, Mass., 60 miles south of Boston, they found something that wasn’t supposed to be there. Inside a closet, there was a secret door. Through the door, stood a small room. In the room, they found a walking cane.

The search last year shot momentum back into the long-stalled hunt for Donald Eugene Webb. A dog-loving jewel thief with roots in New England’s mafia circles, Webb was wanted in connection with the 1980 murder of a small town Pennsylvania police chief, the longest cold case involving a slain officer in U.S. history.

Late last week, local and federal authorities were back at the Maplecrest address, a home owned by

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Human remains believed found at Dartmouth home tied to 1980 killing of Pa. police chief




DARTMOUTH — Human remains appeared to have been recovered from a residential property here late Thursday after a search to find evidence of a missing mob associate wanted by the FBI for allegedly murdering a Pennsylvania police chief in 1980.

“An autopsy will be conducted and identification of the remains will be part of that process, which will occur shortly,” Bristol District Attorney Thomas Quinn said at the scene Thursday night.

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The FBI, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania State Police searched the property at 28 Maplecrest Drive Thursday as part of a decades-long effort to locate fugitive Donald Eugene Webb.

The office of Massachusetts State Attorney General Maura Healey said Thursday state troopers assigned to her office obtained a search

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FBI search of Dartmouth home tied to 1980 killing of Pa. police chief




The authorities on Thursday were searching a Dartmouth property in an effort to locate a missing mob associate who remains on the FBI’s Most Wanted List for allegedly murdering a Pennsylvania police chief in 1980.

An FBI spokeswoman said her agency, along with Massachusetts and Pennsylvania State Police, was conducting “court authorized activity” as part of “our ongoing efforts to locate longtime fugitive Donald Eugene Webb.”

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A State Police spokesman added that the search was occurring behind a Dartmouth residence.

Webb went missing soon after the December 1980 slaying of the Saxonburg, Pa., police chief, Gregory Adams, who was shot twice at close range in his community after being “beaten about the head and face with a blunt instrument,” according to

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