FBI capture wanted Chicago fugitive in Texas
As per Milwaukee’s FBI, 24-year old Terry Strickland was arrested in El Paso, Texas. Strickland is blamed for killing Maurice Brown Jr. furthermore, Michael Allen Reed outside of a home in Milwaukee on July 17, 2016. As indicated by a FBI proclamation, Milwaukee police reacted to reports of a shooting at a home in the 3500 piece of North 26th Street. They found the men, suffering from gun wounds. They were inevitably purported dead at the scene.
As per the FBI, Strickland was accused of intentional first degree manslaughter and a state warrant was issued on July 28, 2016 for his capture. He was likewise charged on Oct. 7, 2016 with unlawful flight to dodge arraignment and a government capture warrant was issued. FBI authorities joined the inquiry after the October charge. At a certain point, they trusted Strickland was stowing away in Chicago, where he has various companions and relatives.
Specialist Douglas Lindquist said 18 law implementation and faculty from the FBI and the El Paso Police Department were included in capturing Strickland, with the assistance of an open tip. “We’ll see if he wants to talk to us or not, and we’ll move on from there. But that’s a possibility, certainly something we’re looking at.” A month prior, the FBI added Strickland to its most wanted rundown and called him “armed and extremely dangerous.” They offered a reward of up to $100,000 for beneficial information towards his capture.