Suspect in SUNY Binghamton nursing student's murder arrested in Nicaragua

Sergio Conner
March 14, 2018

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.

At about 130 thousand square kilometers in size, Nicaragua is slightly larger than Pennsylvania and a little smaller than NY state.

Tercero flew to Nicaragua before police found Anderson's body on Friday at a home on Oak Street in Binghamton.

The details of how and where Tercero - who's suspected in the murder of Haley Anderson, 22 - was taken into custody were not released.

The two were students at the Decker School of Nursing and were previously in a relationship.

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Nicaraguan authorities told WABC-TV that Tercero had been detained and transferred to a prison in El Chipote, 40 miles southwest of the capitol, Managua. An autopsy on Saturday ruled Anderson's death a homicide, but no further details were given.

Police named Tercero a person of interest in Anderson's death last week.

Prosecutors will seek a grand jury indictment against Tercero and once that happens a warrant for his arrest will be filed and the U.S. State Department can make the extradition request with Nicaragua, Press Connect reports.

It's unknown at this time if Tercero will be brought back to the U.S. Nicaraguan news outlets refer to Tercero as an American national.

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