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Suspect in Honduras Slaying Arrested in Fairfax

The 1997 abduction and murder of aspiring businessman Ricardo Maduro Jr. in the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula seemed to symbolize the country’s growing crime problem. It happened despite the arrival of 200 extra police officers in the city two days earlier, and it led Maduro’s father, prominent banker Ricardo Maduro, to run for president of Honduras in 2001. He won on an anti-crime platform. Several suspects were arrested in Honduras, but at least one remained free — until last week, when Fairfax County police learned that he was living in the Falls Church area. On Wednesday morning, Fairfax officers and agents from the FBI and Customs Enforcement arrested him and his younger brother, officials said yesterday. Police said Nery Anibal Sanchez-Carbajal, 31, had been charged in Honduras with Maduro’s murder and three other slayings in 1996 and 1997. Investigators believe that Sanchez-Carbajal illegally entered the country in December. His 21-year-old brother, whose name was not released, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for an immigration violation, Special Agent Tony Wilks said. Full Story

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