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Christina Navarro Captured by US Marshal’s Task Force After Tip to Fugitive Watch

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On 4/16/15 US Marshals from a fugitive task force were conducting a stakeout in Saint George, Utah based on tip provided by Fugitive Watch. At about 10am they spotted a female resembling Christina Navarro drive up to the house.

At first glance they were not sure if it was in fact Navarro because she had dyed her hair a different color. About the same time they recognized a tattoo she had, she tried to run into the house but was stopped by officers. They then determined that she was in fact Christina Navarro.

Detectives from the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office were notified and responded to Utah to interview her regarding the robbery this case.

Fugitive Watch wants to thank the thousands of supporters that spread Navarro’s name and photo worldwide via our web site and Facebook page.

Detectives with the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office were requesting the public’s help to find Christina Navarro of Selma, who also goes by the name of “Mona Navarro.”

She had an active felony warrant for an armed robbery.

According to sheriff’s deputies, on February 19th at about 10:00 am, deputies responded to a field located near Floral and East Huntsman Ave. in Selma. Navarro lured the victim into a green compact SUV with her and another man. Navarro promised to give the victim work at a nearby farm and drove him to a field. Once there, two people pulled up in a separate vehicle.

A man got out of the car and threatened the victim with a gun and knife. The armed suspect stole his leather jacket, cell phone and wallet filled with cash. Navarro and the other three suspects drove away, leaving the victim in the field. She is the only person who has not been arrested in this case.

Navarro is described as a 34-year-old Hispanic woman. She is 5’4”, 155 lbs., with brown eyes and brown hair. She also has a birthmark on her left forearm.

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