(TIJUANA, NEW MEXICO) -- On Wednesday, Uintah County officials announced the capture of a fugitive in connection with a murder and an attempted murder on June 18.
Officials say 23-year-old Bruce Silva was arrested in Tijuana, Mexico on Wednesday in a joint operation by U.S. Marshals and Mexican law enforcement officials.
In the June incident, Silva reportedly became upset over his broken car window and left his home, returning with a group of men with baseball bats which resulted what officials say was a gang-related altercation. Silva and his three brothers are accused of shooting and killing 25-year-old James Carey and injuring 34-year-old Jared Hurley. Uintah officials arrested 20-year-old Kevin Silva, 19-year-old Adrian Silva, and 23-year-old Alberto Silva together with an unidentified female on Tuesday.
Silva is expected to be extradited to Utah in a few days.
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