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CrimeHusband-and-wife murder suspects captured two weeks after escape

09:40  12 september  2019
09:40  12 september  2019 Source:

Authorities quiet on escaped fugitives wanted for murder in Arizona

Authorities quiet on escaped fugitives wanted for murder in Arizona The Tucson couple accused of murder is still on the run tonight after attacking and overpowering two security guards while being transported one week ago today. And now, the U.S. Marshals Service has released more images of the couple in hopes someone will recognize them. They are stills from a surveillance camera—but they are not recent—so not taken while on the run. But the FBI hopes they’ll give the public a new look at the couple. The two escaped in Blanding, Utah, by overpowering a security guard from a transportation company taking the couple back to Tucson, where the couple faces murder charges in the death of a 72-year-old man.

Two murder suspects are on the run after overpowering a pair of security officers in Utah as they were being extradited from New York, law enforcement agencies said Tuesday. Officials are searching for Blane Barksdale, 56, and Susan Barksdale, 59, who on Monday evening escaped in Blanding, Utah

An Arizona couple wanted for murder were able to overpower security guards in Utah and escape while being extradited to stand trial in Tucson, authorities They were being transported from New York to Arizona by a private security company when they managed to escape in southern Utah near

Husband-and-wife murder suspects captured two weeks after escape© Tucson Police Department via Reuters Blake Barksdale and his wife Susan Barksdale. Husband-and-wife murder suspects who overpowered two guards to escape custody have been captured after more than two weeks on the run, the U.S. Marshals Service said late Wednesday.

Blane Barksdale, 56, and Susan Barksdale, 59, escaped in Utah on Aug. 26 while being extradited from upstate New York to Arizona. The Barksdales are charged in the Arizona murder of Frank Bligh, 72, whose body has not been found. His Tucson home was set on fire April 16, and authorities have said the blaze was started to cover up the killing.

The Barksdales were arrested in upstate New York in May following a nationwide manhunt, officials said.

Fugitive couple facing murder charges may be getting help from white supremacists, authorities say

Fugitive couple facing murder charges may be getting help from white supremacists, authorities say One of the people accused of killing a 72-year-old man and overpowering two security officers to escape custody has been added to the US Marshals Service's list of the 15 most wanted fugitives. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Blane Barksdale, 56, along with his wife, Susan Barksdale, 59, may be getting help from white supremacists, US Marshal for the district of Arizona David Gonzales said Monday.

After more than a week on the lam, escaped murder suspect Rafael Arnez McCloud, 34, escaped last week after taking a jail employee hostage with a makeshift weapon, authorities have said. “Our goal was to capture him safely and have him stand trial for the criminal charges he was in jail for.

After fleeing Arizona, the two , accused of murder as well as first-degree burglary, arson and other charges, were arrested a month It is still unclear how the two managed to overpower and escape the transport van. David Gonzalez, a U.S. marshal for the District of Arizona, said in a Thursday interview

A law enforcement source familiar with the investigation told NBC News on Wednesday night that the pair was taken into custody largely without incident south of Payson, Arizona, in an area known as Tonto Basin. The area is northeast of Phoenix in the Tonto National Forest and about 260 miles from where they escaped.

Late last month as the couple was being transported back to Arizona, Susan Barksdale faked an illness to get the van they were in to stop, officials have said. When the vehicle pulled over near Blanding, Utah, the couple overpowered the two guards as they opened the rear doors, David Gonzales, U.S. marshal for Arizona, has told the Associated Press.

Neither of the guards was hurt, but they were bound with shoelaces, Gonzales said. A third inmate in the van wanted no part of the escape.

The Barksdales drove the van with the three captives locked inside to Vernon, Arizona, where they got a red GMC truckthe U.S. Marshals Service has said. They then abandoned the van with their three prisoners inside.

The guards were reportedly able to free themselves two or three hours later by kicking out some windows.

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