Wagner Tejeda-Pena An illegal alien suspected of a murder and unrelated stabbings in the northeast was arraigned Friday in West Roxbury, Massachusetts following his arrest on Thursday.
Wagner Tejeda-Pena, 24, appeared in municipal court Friday afternoon on two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in connection to two stabbings in a Boston neighborhood in February, reported the Boston Herald. He is also facing charges of being a fugitive out of Philadelphia, and a murder charge from June. After he fled Philadelphia, multiple warrants were placed for his arrest, and a multi-state search led the to arrest in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
“We got some information from a resident, a confidential tip that they may have possibly seen this individual,” Lawrence Police Chief Roy Vasque told an NBC affiliate after Tejeda-Pena was taken into custody.
According to the Herald, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has placed a detainer on the man. He was arrested during a routine traffic stop by Lawrence authorities.
In February, Tejeda-Pena allegedly attacked his barber shop co-worker in Boston after the illegal alien approached his colleague and accused him of being his biological father. The two men got into an argument outside of a Domino’s pizza franchise and Tejeda-Pena reportedly stabbed his co-worker at 10:20 am ET. Tejeda-Pena then allegedly stabbed another person that same day hours later at his aunt’s house.
Tejada-Pena is the primary suspect in the Philadelphia murder of a 76-year-old man, Loi Nguyen, on the morning of June 21. Nguyen died at approximately 5:44 a.m. ET from a gunshot wound that day.
Democratic Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney expressed his exasperation as to why somebody like him would commit such an atrocity or have access to a gun in the first place.
“Someone as inhumane as that should not have access to a gun ever, I mean what type of […]
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