Ohio murder suspect arrested in Cedar Rapids

CEDAR RAPIDS — U.S. Marshals, together with the Cedar Rapids Police Division, arrested an Ohio man needed in a deadly capturing that occurred in a newspaper’s parking zone in Elyria, Ohio.

Antoine Darnell Julis Richardson, 25, of Lorain, faces a first-degree homicide cost in reference to the deadly capturing of Isael Eduardo Rios on Sept. 2 within the parking zone of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram, based on the Chronicle-Telegram.

On Sept. 6, investigators with the Elyria Police Division contacted the U.S. Marshals requesting help within the location and apprehension of Richardson, based on a marshal’s information launch. After creating info indicating Richardson had fled the state, the marshals started coordinating efforts with different fugitive job forces exterior of Ohio.

In early October, investigators established a possible location for Richardson, and started coordinating with the marshal service within the Northern District of Iowa.

Thursday morning, marshals narrowed their search to an deal with within the 1200 block of twenty ninth Avenue NE in Cedar Rapids, the discharge states. Marshals working with the Cedar Rapids Police Division Particular Response Workforce obtained a search warrant. Shortly after 2 p.m., as police approached, Richardson was recognized going out the again door of a residence and was arrested.

Richardson will stay within the Linn County Jail till Ohio authorities can extradite him.

Within the Ohio deadly capturing, Elyria police arrived on the scene round 3 a.m. and located an unidentified male sufferer, later recognized as Rios, who had been shot a number of instances and later died at a hospital, based on the Chronicle-Telegram. Surveillance video confirmed that the capturing occurred simply earlier than 2:30 a.m., after three automobiles pulled into the parking zone. It’s unclear what led to the altercation.

Newspaper workers discovered Rios after the early morning press run and alerted authorities, based on the Chronicle-Telegram.

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