The US Marshals Service put fugitive murder Barksdale and his wife escaped from custody in Utah last month. (Sept. 10)
PHOENIX – Two days after murder t
The Navajo County Sheriffs Office Marshals Service in locating and arresting the Barksdales.
Susan Barksdale, 56, and his wife, Susan, 59. They have been on the run since Aug. 26, when they live in Arizona.
An intense search for the Fort Apache Indian Reservation.
The Barksdales are in the death of Frank Bligh, a 72-year-old Tucson.
The couple were transported from New York state to Tucson. County in Apache County, according to officials.
Susan Barksdale and Blane Barksdale (Photo: Tucson Police Department)
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The U.S. Thursday morning in Phoenix.
From Monday, Blane Barksdale was elevated to the U.S. Marshals Service's 15 Most Wanted List, with £ 25,000.
Susan Barksdale was a set to $ 10,000, and up to $ 5,000.
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"No," she added, "she added lunch," she added.
Navajo County Sheriff David Clouse hello The routes lead to survival, or property nowhere at all.
"Some describe it as No Man’s Land," he said. "But that's our backyard, and we're very familiar with it."
Cellular phones and radios did not always work, Clouse said.
"It's so remote, it's hard to do it." "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "".
Authorities Search tSearch tEnglish t Marshal David Gonzales said.
"We were beating the bushes," he said. "Nothing was popping."
California to Texas in recent days.
, About 20 miles east of Show Low, according to neighbor Joe Ferreira.
A SWAT team stormed the property
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. The couple purchased the property in August 2018, county records Sign.
Ferreira, 64, a local chef who rises chickens and ducks three doors down, joked having a neighbor on the FBI's "Top 15 Most Wanted" list was "different."
Normally, the small clump of homes and quiet, he said. Wind chimes and a few dogs Wednesday afternoon. Violet and yellow nodded wildflowers in the breeze. "No Trespassing" signs stood beside every driveway.
"That's what it's about: Your own thing," Ferreira said.
The manhunt added some worries, he admitted.
"You get a little nervous about it." "We stick our nose in the window."
Reporter Robert Anglen to this article.
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