Mexico Keeping Slaying Suspect
June 08, 2006
Law enforcement officials Monday said it could take years before the man accused of killing Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy David March is brought back to the U.S. to face justice.
Armando Garcia, whose real name is Jorge Arroyo Garcia, suspected of fatally shooting the Temple Station deputy on April 29, 2002, during a traffic stop in Irwindale, was captured in Mexico earlier this year.
While authorities first were optimistic they could bring Garcia back within a year, the extradition process has turned into a waiting game.
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