For­mer Black­well of­fi­cer ac­cused of stab­bing his ex-wife 41 times in 2013

Tulsa World - - Our Lives - FROM STAFF RE­PORTS

Fed­eral agents have is­sued a $25,000 re­ward for in­for­ma­tion lead­ing to the ar­rest of a for­mer Black­well po­lice of­fi­cer wanted in the 2013 stab­bing death of his exwife.

Luis Oc­tavio-Frias, 34, has been added to the U.S. Mar­shals “15 Most Wanted” fugi­tive list. Oc­tavio-Frias is ac­cused of stab­bing Janett Reyna 41 times in front of her three chil­dren at her grand­mother's Kay County res­i­dence on Aug. 8, 2013, au­thor­i­ties said.

“The list is re­served for fugi­tives we con­sider the worst of the worst,” U.S. Mar­shals Ser­vice Deputy Di­rec­tor David An­der­son said in a news re­lease. “It is with­out a doubt, Frias de­serves to be on that list. The U.S. Mar­shals and our fed­eral, state, and lo­cal law en­force­ment part­ners will use ev­ery avail­able re­source to bring Frias to jus­tice for this heinous crime.”

Oc­tavio-Frias ini­tially was de­scribed as a per­son of in­ter­est by the Ok­la­homa


Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.