Woman now 7th person wanted in Georgia taxi driver’s slaying
A seventh person is now wanted in the April death of a Georgia taxi driver found slain far from her home.
ATLANTA (AP) — A seventh person is now wanted in the April death of a Georgia taxi driver found slain far from her home.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced Friday that it has obtained a murder warrant for 28-year-old Maria Katherine Chavez Encarnacion of Marietta.
Investigators say Encarnacion was last known to be in Mexico.
Encarnacion is accused in the death of 37-year-old Rosanna Delgado.
The Venezuelan immigrant disappeared April 16 while driving her taxi.
The mother of two was found dead on April 20 at a rental cabin in northern Georgia’s mountains.
Three suspects were arrested in May in Mexico and returned to the United States. Encarnacion and three others remain at large.