Dominican makes the US ‘most wanted’ list on Boston killing - The Dominican Peter (Pedro) Castillo, 23, wanted by the authorities in Boston made the US list of most wanted fugitives and figures on the TV program "Americas Most Wanted," which seeks to locate the nation’s most dangerous fugitives.

Boston Police and prosecutors believe Castillo fled to and is hiding in the Dominican Republic after allegedly killing Steven Pérez Jr. in front of a Massachusetts nightclub amid a brawl between a group, six of whom accompanied Castillo.

A security camera caught the image of the Dominican fleeing the scene of the brutal attack which authorities say several witnesses also saw and some are willing to testify on the crime against the 22 years old Army veteran on April 23.


He is NOT alone, enjoy the list:


Four Dominicans make the FBI’s Most Wanted list


Not really a surprise to anybody, not even the failed president - The fugitive Emerson Daniel Guzman (Jose Daniel) is charged with drug trafficking in the New York area and is considered a "capo" of a Manhattan based gang. The FBI also links him to Mexico's Gulf Cartel - The FBI’s website profiles the Dominican fugitives, several of whom investigators believe are hiding in Dominican Republic.......


Most wanted Dominican murder back in US to stand trail


Carlos Luis Pinales-Mejia was developed as a suspect, but investigators learned that he fled to the Dominican Republic. For years, he was considered one of Rock Hill's "Most Wanted" criminals. In May 2011, the U.S. Marshal's task force located Pinales-Mejia in the Dominican Republic and arrested him.....


U.S. Marshals on the biggest ever manhunt in the Dominican Republic


All kinds of corrupt officials are trying to hide their connection to Jose Figueroa Agosto who is the most wanted drug baron in the Dominican Republic. He's been classified as the Pablo Escobar of the Caribbean by the U.S. Marshals spokeperson.........


Dominican is the FBI’s most wanted in NY, on Medicare scam


Daniel Guzmán, who ran a pharmacy in Upper Manhattan, heads the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) list of the 10 most wanted fugitives in New York. The federal agency wants Guzmán for allegedly swindling Medicare out of several million dollars, in reimbursements for ghost patients and prescriptions, as well as altered invoices......


Dominican Republic National Makes Most Wanted List


35-year-old Dominican Republic man has been added to the US Marshals 15 Most Wanted Fugitives list........


Dominican Watchdog Note | And besides these wonderful Dominicans, then more than 20,000 has been deported from the USA for a mega long list of crimes!!


Record, 5000 Dominicans deported from U.S. in just one year


The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) deported during the past year 4.978 Dominican ex-convicts after serving sentences in U.S. jails. They were accused of drug trafficking, homicide, assault, kidnapping, rape, bank fraud, money laundering and other crimes.......


More than 20,000 Dominican criminals deported from the USA alone


“If we compare it to the last few years this year’s increase has been greater, that is to say, that the first 11 months have increased and are nearly 3,000 deportees,” Pared said. And what do you think these criminals are doing back home.....?

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