A man suspected in the murder of a Binghamton University student who jumped on a flight to his native Nicaragua was arrested Tuesday in the Central America country, The New York Post reported.
Tercero allegedly "fled the United States via global air to Nicaragua prior to the discovery of Haley Anderson's deceased body", according to a statement released today by police.
Binghamton Police said Tercero flew to Nicaragua from the John F. Kennedy Airport Friday morning around 8 a.m. before Anderson's body was found.More news: Superb Dzeko goal sends Roma into quarter-finals
Police declared her death a homicide after an autopsy was conducted at Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton on Saturday.
The circumstances of what led to Anderson's death have not been revealed.
Police said they were called there just months earlier for a domestic dispute involving Anderson and Orlando Tercero, but no charges were filed.More news: IndiGo continues to operate with curtailed schedule, cancels 42 flights
The two were students at the Decker School of Nursing and were previously in a relationship.
Tercero is a United States citizen and was also studying nursing.
Police believe Tercero left the US out of New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport the same morning Anderson's body was found.More news: Google is banning all bitcoin, ICO, and cryptocurrency ads from June
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