On Tuesday, September 15, a family made a terrifying discovery after finding dismembered body parts in their relative’s suitcase. Melvin Martin Jr., a Kentucky native, went to visit his relatives in Markham, Illinois. According to KWQC, the family first started to suspect Martin when they smelled a weird odor coming from his suitcase. Martin never unpacked and kept his belongings close to him at all times.
After a several-hour manhunt in the wooded area outside of Nichols Tuesday and a vehicle chase, Muscatine County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man who had multiple warrants from Johnson County.
An Ohio woman was arrested in Las Vegas after she allegedly killed her husband and fled the state.
On November 29, 2004, truck guard Robert Keith Palomares was cut down in front of a movie theater in Phoenix, shot six times: five bullets to the head.
The family of a University Of Connecticut student wanted for murder, kidnapping, and other crimes has issued a message asking him to turn himself in to police.
An American fugitive wanted in connection with the 2002 death of her husband, whose remains were so badly burned they were not identified for more than a decade, has been arrested in Rome, police in the Italian capital said Thursday.
A fugitive who has been on the run since January for his alleged involvement in a murder-for-hire plot that resulted in the killing of a 28-year-old mother-of-two has been arrested, police said.
Mario Matthew Gatti allegedly shot a man in Pennsylvania in January.
Once at the top of an international yoga empire, Bikram Choudhury is now on the run from creditors, hiding from an arrest warrant and trapped in Mexico where his bills are only growing.
Eyewitness News learned that the founder of the hot yoga brand, whose international Bikram Yoga empire is headquartered in West Los Angeles, had his passport seized in Mexico, where he failed to pay a $180,000 bill at the Princess Mundo Imperial Hotel.
The 76-year-old yogi is also accused of using his trademark name to market his teacher training sessions at the Acapulco resort in violation of court orders.