SAN DIEGO (AP) — A tip along with the perseverance of the mother of a woman killed in San Diego in 2016 led to the arrest of her boyfriend, a US Marine veteran who fled to El Salvador and was teaching English there, prosecutors said Friday at the arrangement of Raymond McLeod.
McLeod 37, who was on the US Marshals’ 15 Most Wanted list, pleaded not guilty to a murder charge in San Diego Superior Court. He is accused of strangling his girlfriend, Krystal Mitchell, 30, a mother of two.
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