MILWAUKEE (AP) — A Milwaukee man who landed on the FBI’s high 10 most needed listing after he allegedly killed two folks and wounded three others at a 2006 Memorial Day picnic has been discovered lifeless in his jail cell.
Octaviano Juarez-Corro was discovered unresponsive in his cell within the Milwaukee County Jail round 6:30 a.m. on Sunday, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. Authorities mentioned he was in a single occupant cell and there have been no apparent indicators of trauma or damage.
The Waukesha County Sheriff’s Division is investigating. State legislation prohibits police businesses from investigating themselves in such incidents to keep away from the looks of impropriety.
Prosecutors have alleged Juarez-Corro was in divorce proceedings together with his spouse when he confirmed up uninvited on the picnic in a Milwaukee park alongside the Lake Michigan shoreline to confront her. After being advised he could not see his 3-year-old daughter, he opened fireplace. His spouse was hit twice however survived.
He was positioned on the FBI’s high 10 most needed listing in 2021. He was lastly captured in Zapopan, Guadalajara, Mexico, in February 2002 due to a tip and extradited to Milwaukee this previous September.
He confronted two counts of first-degree intentional murder and three counts of tried first-degree murder. He had been held on $1.5 million bail since October.