A Wisconsin man and one of the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted showed up in a surprising place – El Paso, Texas.
FBI Agents and El Paso police officers arrested 24-year-old Terry A. D. Strickland on Sunday morning on warrants stemming from the shooting of two men in Milwaukee on July 17. He was booked into the El Paso County Jail.
Milwaukee police found two men, ages 38 and 39, shot outside the home where Strickland was believed to be living at with his daughter, officials said.
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Witnesses said the shooting grew out of a group of seven or eight men arguing in front of the home, the FBI said. Strickland is charged with using a.40-caliber handgun and shooting into the group.
Strickland allegedly then stood over one man and repeatedly shot him. He then turned around and shot the other victim in the head, officials said. He then fled the scene and left his daughter at the home, officials said.
Strickland, who is originally from Illinois, was charged with two counts of first degree intentional homicide with the use of a dangerous weapon. An arrest warrant was issued for him on July 28.
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A charge of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution was added against Strickland and a federal warrant was then issued for his arrest by the U. S. Eastern District of Wisconsin.
Strickland had a $100,000 reward offered for any information leading to his arrest.
Strickland was the 512th fugitive to be placed on the FBI’s Most Wanted list which was established in 1950.
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