ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) — An alleged gang member wanted in a 2006 Baltimore double killing has been arrested at a central Minnesota bank drive-through.
The FBI says 29-year-old Carlos Maurico Lizama was wanted on state charges in Maryland in the stabbing deaths of two rival gang members outside a south Baltimore club.
A federal arrest warrant for Lizama was issued in May 2010. Authorities learned he was living in the Worthington area of southwest Minnesota.
On Wednesday, FBI agents learned Lizama was staying at his wife’s apartment in Waite Park. Officers saw him leave with a woman and two children in a minivan and arrested him without incident at a St. Cloud bank drive-through.
Lizama is in the Stearns County Jail awaiting extradition to Maryland. Two other suspects in the killings remain at large.
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