Jacqueline LeBaron Captured, Extradited to Texas!
After 18 years on the FBI fugitive list, Jacqueline LeBaron has finally been collared.
The long arm of the law reached out and brought her back from her hiding spot in Honduras.
“LeBaron was part of the infamous “4 o’clock murders” in Irving and Houston, where four former members — including an 8-year-old child were gunned down in three separate locations.
Jacqueline LeBaron was indicted for conspiracy to commit murder for consideration; murder for consideration; conspiracy to tamper with a witness; tampering with a witness; use of a firearm during a crime of violence; conspiracy to obstruct religious beliefs; obstruction of religious beliefs; RICO conspiracy, and RICO, the FBI says.
She was one of the FBI’s most wanted fugitives, the agency said.”
Her brother William Heber LeBaron has been serving multiple life sentences for murder in a Colorado Federal Prison, and gave a good write up asking forgiveness and the story from his point of view.