FBI names Las Vegas slaying fugitive to nation's Top 10 list
LAS VEGAS (AP) —
The FBI named a Las Vegas fugitive to the nation's Top 10 most wanted list, while family members tearfully pleaded for help to find the man accused of killing the mother of his four children when she tried to leave him in July 2008.
A daughter of Jesus Munguia tearfully recalled Monday the night she last saw her mother, Sherryl Sacueza, and the next morning when her mother was missing.
Dysabel Munguia is now 21. She says no child and no family deserves what their father put them through.
Sacueza's mother, Noema Gonzalez, says she thinks Munguia is living somewhere under a new identity.
Munguia was a gang member originally from California.
Aaron Rouse, the FBI Nevada agent in charge, announced a $100,000 reward and says tips from the public will be crucial to finding Munguia.