Police looking for Resendiz
Bill Aldridge, 72, of
Wolf Lake, Ill., stands watch at his home armed with a 12-gauge
shotgun, a .22-caliber
revolver and a small derringer in his
front pocket. He and his wife live just 122 feet from
U.S. Border Patrol Agent Arturo Trevino climbs
a Union Pacific train car carrying trucks in Texas.
U.S. Border Patrol agents confer after checking
a Union Pacific train north of Laredo, Texas.
A police officer, right, in Mexico looks at a photo of Resendiz.
Police in Columbus, Ohio,
comb areas around railroad
tracks for Resendiz.
Columbus, Ohio, police
stand on railroad tracks in front of a 75-car freight train
in a residential neighborhood as they search for
Lexington, Ky., Metro police Officers Kevin Patrick, left,
and John Washington
patrol railroad tracks.
Police officers search
along local railroad tracks for suspected serial killer in Lexington, Ky.
police were handing out flyers and looking around the
railroad tracks trying to find a lead to Resendiz's location.
shatter the stillness along a stretch of railroad
woods as Lexington police Officers
Eddie Pearson, right, and Walt Ridener look
where suspected serial killer may be hiding.
common-law wife of suspected serial killer Angel Maturino
Resendiz was recently interviewed in the United States by the FBI and
Texas police, as authorities continue efforts to track down
the Mexican-born drifter.
Julieta Dominguez was secretly flown from Mexico to Houston
during the last several days. She provided historical
information about Resendiz's lifestyle and frequent
Don K. Clark, special agent-in-charge of the Houston FBI office, headed the
force that worked to capture Resendiz.
"I don't regret having made any decisions that I had
to make in this case,"
says Don K. Clark, head of the FBI's Houston
U.S. Border Patrol Agent Robert Perez records an undocumented
fingerprint and photo in Laredo, Texas.
FBI Special Agent Rolando Moss tapes a photo of Rafael Resendez-Ramirez
in Houston's FBI headquarters. More than a dozen agencies
have been collecting
information that they hope will lead to the
FBI investigators take tips about murder suspect
Angel Maturino Resendiz at the command center.