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Welcome Back: 2-Time Escaped Convict Nabbed After 46 Years On The Lam

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Welcome Back: 2-Time Escaped Convict Nabbed After 46 Years On The Lam

Welcome Back: 2-Time Escaped Convict Nabbed After 46 Years On The Lam

An escaped convict shot and wounded a rookie Denver police officer in October of 1971.

He was caught and convicted in 1973, but escaped from prison again the following year.

Newser reports his second escape began a 46-year life on the run, which finally came to an end Wednesday with his arrest in EspaƱola, New Mexico.

That's where Luis Archuleta had been living under the name Ramon Montoya, at the home he shared with his wife.


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RamĆ³n Montoya Spanish musician


EspaƱola, New Mexico EspaƱola, New Mexico City in New Mexico, United States


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