A man on the FBI's Top Ten Most Wanted list was arrested in Texas on Sunday after being on the run for almost six months.
Terry Strickland, suspected of killing two people in Milwaukee in July, was arrested Sunday morning at a traffic stop without incident, the FBI announced. A citizen saw Strickland on a poster and tipped police.
There was a $100,000 reward for information leading to Strickland's arrest, CNN reports.
I am proud of the continuous hard work of our agents ... in quickly apprehending this dangerous and violent fugitive.
Doug Lindquist, El Paso FBI agent in charge, said Strickland had been on the list for exactly a month before his arrest.
He is the fourth Most Wanted fugitive captured by FBI El Paso.
Here's the FBI's announcement.
Investigators said a fight between at least seven people led to Strickland shooting and killing two of them in northern Milwaukee.
According to the FBI, the tipster discussed the possibility that Strickland was temporarily residing in El Paso, our partner at KFOX reports.