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Multiple fugitives arrested in Mississippi

Joseph Bryan & Nicolas Alonzo-Ramos. Photos courtesy of LCSO & MHP
Joseph Bryan & Nicolas Alonzo-Ramos. Photos courtesy of LCSO & MHP

Multiple fugitives have been arrested in Mississippi. 

  • Yesterday, a member of the MHP Traveling Criminal Apprehension Team pulled a car over on I-20 in Rankin County. Agents with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement ( I.C.E.) were then called to assist with the stop. It was later determined that one of the occupants was 25-year-old Nicolas Alonzo-Ramos, who was wanted for vehicular homicide in Georgia.

Alonzo-Ramos is the suspected driver in a hit-and-run vehicle crash that occurred in July in Forsyth County, Georgia. The crash resulted in serious injuries and the death of an unborn child. 

Alonzo-Ramos is currently being held in the Rankin County Detention Center awaiting extradition to Georgia.

  • Today, a fugitive from South Carolina was arrested in DeSoto County. 

Joseph Bryan, who has been on the run since October 5th, was pulled over on I-55, and he was taken into custody. 

Bryan is wanted out of Laurens County, SC on charges of attempted murder, kidnapping, and abuse of a vulnerable adult.

After officers rescued a victim and nurses found severe burns on his body, Sheriff Don Reynolds told local news outlets that “the amount of torture and pain the victim endured at the hands of Joseph Bryan is unbelievable.”

Bryan will be extradited back to South Carolina. 

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