Mexican fugitive from US justice returned and was charged in California

Mexico City, Mexico – A fugitive from the US justice system has been returned to the US to face charges.

In accordance with the extradition treaty signed between Mexico and the United States, the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) has extradited a fugitive of Mexican nationality, required by the Superior Court of the State of California.

On Saturday, Antonio “F” was turned over to US marshals for the murder of his then-girlfriend in 2019. According to a statement from the FGR (Fiscalía General de la República), Antonio “F” was wanted in San Joaquín County for murder.

“In June 2019, Antonio “F” stabbed his girlfriend with a knife, causing her death,” they reported.

Antonio “F” was detained in Chignahuapan, Puebla, and held for U.S. extradition purposes. He was delivered to U.S. authorities Saturday morning from Mexico City International Airport, from where he was returned to California to face charges.