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Gabriel Jaramillo

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Boater’s tip leads to capture of murder suspect

Bruised, thirsty and desperate, a 57-year-old murder suspect surrendered to officers quietly Wednesday afternoon, it was the weary conclusion to dramatic events that started with a mysterious murder, a lucky break, an 80-mile, high-speed chase, barely averted head-on collisions, a shoot-out with officers and a flight into the desert. After five days in the desert north of Roosevelt Lake, Gabriel “Gabby” Jaramillo gladly drank from officers’ water bottles when they finally caught up with him. Gila County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Tim Scott, who oversaw a command center at the lake, said he was somewhat surprised at Jaramillo’s sudden surrender, “but on the other hand, he had been out there almost five days with no fresh drinking water.” An alert boater who Jaramillo approached on the shores of the lake tipped officers to his presence.

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Murder suspect arrested at Roosevelt Lake

Police have apprehended Gabriel Jaramillo at Roosevelt Lake, ending a four-day manhunt, authorities said.

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Murder suspect evades capture

White Mountain man on foot with a gun in Tonto Basin as manhunt widens

After a high-speed chase and shoot-out Saturday, police are still looking for a White Mountain man around the northeast end of Roosevelt Lake. The man is wanted in connection with a murder in Eagar.

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Manhunt near Roosevelt continues

The search for a White Mountain man wanted in conjunction with a homicide continues after a massive manhunt near Roosevelt Lake Sunday turned up nothing.


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