Captured Fugitive Held No Bond in Little Havana Killing

The fugitive, Ifrain Quintana, 42, was taken into custody Friday on a first-degree murder charge in the Dec. 28 death of Ariadna Gonzalez Campa, Collier County records show

By Juan Ortega
|  Saturday, Jan 19, 2013  |  Updated 2:43 PM EDT
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With the capture of Ifrain Quintana, some closure has come for the family of the woman Miami Police said they believe he gunned down on Dec. 28. NBC 6 reporter Justin Finch has the story. Tomas Gonzalez, the brother of 42-year-old victim Ariadna Gonzalez Campa, is interviewed.

With the capture of Ifrain Quintana, some closure has come for the family of the woman Miami Police said they believe he gunned down on Dec. 28. NBC 6 reporter Justin Finch has the story. Tomas Gonzalez, the brother of 42-year-old victim Ariadna Gonzalez Campa, is interviewed.

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A recently captured fugitive remained jailed without bond in Collier County on Saturday, with jail records showing he is expected to be extradited back to Miami-Dade to face a murder charge in his ex-girlfriend’s slaying.

The fugitive, Ifrain Quintana, 42, was taken into custody Friday on a first-degree murder charge in the Dec. 28 death of Ariadna Gonzalez Campa, authorities say.

Quintana allegedly confronted Gonzalez Campa alongside the sidewalk on Southwest Eighth Avenue and shot her multiple times in front of La Milagrosa Pharmacy and Discount, police said.

Quintana disappeared, but authorities followed investigative leads to his location in Collier County.

No date has been announced on when he will be returned to Miami-Dade. Collier jail records showed there was a jail "hold" order on Quintana, based from Dade. 

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