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Homicide and witness intimidation suspect returned to California

Mexico City, Mexico — A man of Mexican nationality required by the Superior Court of the State of California was extradited to L.A. Thursday. The man, Carlos “M”, was wanted on homicide and witness intimidation.

In a statement by the Attorney General of the Republic, in February 2019, Carlos “M” shot a man in Los Angeles, California, killing him. The incident occurred after an argument between the victim and Carlos “M”.

The Government of Mexico granted the extradition of the requested person to the Government of the United States after he was detained in February 2022, in Mazatepec, Morelos.

The fugitive, who was wanted for “homicide and dissuading a witness from reporting a crime,” was handed over to U.S. officials at the Mexico City International Airport (AICM) for his return to California to face charges.