Ripple kopen? Dit zijn de mogelijkheden
28-8-2019 18:50:25

A suspected neo-Nazi and his wife are on the run after overpowering security guards holding them on murder charges

Blane Barksdale, 56, and Susan Barksdale, 59, escaped from custody when they overpowered guards who were transporting them through Utah, officials said on Tuesday. The couple, who are wanted on murder charges in Arizona, are considered armed and dangerous. The Barksdales are charged with murdering Tucson resident Frank Bligh, 72, who was last seen on April 7 at the Cowpony Bar in Tucson, police said in a statement in May. Bligh’s house was intentionally set on fire on April 16 and the flames set off an explosion in the home, police said. Bligh was not found inside the house. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. A couple wanted on murder charges in Arizona escaped from custody when they overpowered guards who were transporting them through Utah, officials said on Tuesday, adding that the man and woman are considered armed and dangerous. Blane Barksdale, 56, and Susan Barksdale, 59, broke free on Monday evening from two guards in Blanding, a rural town in southeast Utah, the Tucson Police Department said in a statement. The couple later obtained a GMC Sierra pickup truck and drove off, Tucson police spokesman Pete Dugan said. “Investigators have information that they are possibly traveling through Arizona,” Tucson police said in a statement. The couple were being extradited from the upstate New York town of Henrietta, where they were arrested in May, to Pima County, Arizona, to face a murder charge, Tucson police said. It was not immediately clear how the couple commandeered the pickup truck. It had damage to the front passenger side and rear bumper, Tucson police said. Dugan could not provide further details on how the couple escaped.Read more: A nurse was sentenced to 12 years in prison for paying $12,000 in bitcoin to have her former lover’s wife killed through a website that ended up being a scam The husband is reportedly accociated with a neo-Nazi prison gang The two guards who were transporting the Barksdales worked for the private company Security Transport Services, which is hired by Pima County, Arizona, officials to transport inmates. A representative for Kansas-based Security Transport Services could not immediately be reached for comment. The Barksdales are charged with murdering Tucson resident Frank Bligh, 72, who was last seen on April 7 at the Cowpony Bar in Tucson, police said in a statement in May. Bligh’s house was intentionally set on fire on April 16 and the flames set off an explosion in the home, the police said. Bligh was not found inside the house. Police later identified the Barksdales as suspects in Bligh’s disappearance, obtaining an arrest warrant on May 1 on a charges of murder, burglary, arson and vehicle theft, Tucson police said. Blane Barksdale is associated with the Aryan Brotherhood, a neo-Nazi prison gang, the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center told WTSP. Authorities said he had a swastika tattoo and has previously spoken about “shooting it out with law enforcement.”Read more: An astronaut may have committed the first space crime while aboard the International Space Station An international gang has been charged in a widespread romance scam that defrauded businesses and elderly women out of at least $6 million A couple who ran a religious conversion therapy program have been charged with trafficking underage boys A man invited a woman over for a late-night hookup. When he stopped responding to her texts, she set his house on fire, police say. The post A suspected neo-Nazi and his wife are on the run after overpowering security guards holding them on murder charges appeared first on Business Insider Nederland.
Lees het volledige artikel bij "AFN"

Wat denkt u?

Wisselkoersen

Naam Koers Waarde %
Bitcoin 9272,7002 -62,1201 -0,67
Koers dollar 1,1068 0,0069 0,62
Britse Pond 0,8854 0,0001 0,01
Zwitserse Frank 1,0999 0,0075 0,69
Japanse Yen 119,719 0,7990 0,67
pagehit