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Mexican Police Arrest Murder Fugitive Wanted by FBI Since 2011

Fugitive Tony Aurelio Macias
Mexican Police Arrest Murder Fugitive Wanted by FBI Since 2011

Mexican Police Arrest Murder Fugitive Wanted by FBI Since 2011

Police in Uruapan, Michoacán have arrested Tony Aurelio Macias on a warrant for an FBI extradition request out of the Eastern District of California for one count of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution. He also has various warrants from the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office for murder and unlawful possession of a firearm.

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According to the criminal complaint, in November 2011, filed by the FBI, Macias and other members of the “Surenos” gang allegedly attacked and killed 22-year-old Samuel Gallardo outside a taco truck in Modesto, California. The gang members allegedly beat the victim and then shot him while he was eating with his girlfriend. Federal authorities claimed Gallardo had tattoos consistent with the “Nortenos” gang, a rival of the Surenos. While some gang members were arrested in connection with the murder, Macias managed to elude authorities.

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