Violent California Fugitive That’s Wanted For Murder Arrested In Idaho
Caldwell, Idaho - The Caldwell Police Department and the Nampa Police Department helped take down a violet fugitive for murder from California.
According to the press release from the Caldwell Police Department, "U.S. Marshals and Caldwell Police had been monitoring a home on Sage Place, where the fugitive was believed to be hiding out while on the run from California.
48-year-old Humberto Correa-Veasquez was arrested without incident after several hours of surveillance "when he attempted to leave his home in a vehicle. He was taken into custody without incident or force and will be brought to justice" said the press release.
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The Caldwell Police Chief, Rex Ingram made sure to make a point when it comes to fugitives trying to make Caldwell a refuge for criminal activity "The Caldwell Police Department remain committed to working with our local and federal partners and keeping our community safe by arresting predators who think they can make Caldwell a haven for illicit or conspicuous criminal activity."
Police Chief Rex Ingram doubled down to make sure anyone who is thinking about making Idaho home while on the run should think twice "I'm not sure why Mr. Correa-Velasquez thought he would leave a state like California where there is rarely any accountability and come to Idaho where have some of the best laws in the nation."
The U.S Marshals, Nampa Police Department, and The Caldwell Police Department took Humberto Correa-Velasquez on Dec. 29 just before 7 p.m.