One of the F-B-I’s most-wanted fugitives, who many Iowans thought they spotted in recent weeks, has been captured in Mexico. Shortly after accused quadruple-killer Christian Longo was put on the Top Ten List, several people in the Waterloo/Cedar Falls area reported seeing him. The 27-year-old was born in Iowa, but hasn’t lived here in years. Longo’s accused of murdering his wife and three children last month in Oregon and dumping their bodies in the Pacific. The F-B-I hasn’t released specifics on the arrest yet — just to say the suspect was caught in Cancun over the weekend with the help of Mexican authorities. Longo had run a failing construction cleaning business in Michigan, and moved to the west coast last year, leaving 60-thousand dollars in debt. Agents say he flew from San Francisco to Cancun late last month and apparently was not in Iowa.
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