West Hartford detectives and U.S. marshals are bringing fugitive Adam Zachs back from Mexico today, 22 years after he fled a murder sentence.
A Mexican college student who won allies in Connecticut’s governor and two U.S. senators as he fought a deportation order will be allowed to stay in the country for now
The Hartford state’s attorney’s office has now filed paperwork with Mexican authorities seeking to have Adam Zachs sent back to Connecticut.
Three weeks after convicted murderer Adam Zachs was captured in Mexico, state authorities say how long it may take to extradite him back to Connecticut is very much an open question.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A Connecticut jury has convicted a man charged with kidnappingand killing his ex-girlfriend. The Hartford Superior Court jury found 25-year-old Darryl Crenshaw guilty of murder Thursday in the 2008 beating death […]