Late last month, 65-year-old Laurinda Mae Hughes was found dead in the crawl space of her Tacoma, Washington home. Her body was wrapped in a sheet with a bullet hole in it. The following day, police issued a warrant for the arrest of her son and his wife, Thomas Al Bienville, 39, and Austa Marie Bienville, 31.
The couple had been on the run and apparently made it all the way across the country. Tacoma police received a tip the pair would be at a Miami Greyhound station Sunday morning. So Miami-Dade Police checked out every bus station in town and caught the couple.
The suspects are in custody in Miami while police in Washington decide the best way to bring them back. [News Tribune]
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