Police capture murder fugitive driving years after he killed pregnant girlfriend and stuffed her in suitcase

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Missouri authorities have apprehended the fugitive from Wisconsin who stands accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend and concealing her body in a suitcase.

Jose Eduardo Dominguez-Garcia has been apprehended and is currently held at the Clayton County Detention Center in the Kansas City suburb of Gladstone. He stands accused of the murder of Rosaly Cindy Chavarria Rodriguez. The 25-year-old victim was last seen alive on July 2, 2020, while working at Sprecher’s restaurant in the village of Lake Delton, Wisconsin.


Early Thursday morning, the Gladstone police made an arrest after their automated license plate readers detected a vehicle with a stolen plate driving through the city. The officers located the red Ford Fusion sedan in a parking lot on the 400 block of NW Englewood Road.

The police had a conversation with a driver who presented multiple identification documents and provided various names. However, after conducting their investigation, they were able to determine his true identity. They discovered that he was Dominguez-Garcia, wanted for first-degree intentional homicide and first-degree intentional homicide of an unborn child, as well as hiding a corpse in Chippewa County, Wisconsin. The authorities apprehended him without any resistance.

In December 2021, Chippewa County prosecutors charged him with murder, but they were unable to determine his whereabouts.

According to authorities in a Leader-Telegraph report, Dominguez-Garcia collected the victim’s last paycheck from Sprecher’s on July 23, 2020, the day after his own final day of work there. He allegedly informed investigators that he and Rodriguez had ended their relationship on July 4th after he discovered she had been unfaithful. It was revealed that another man had fathered the child she was carrying at the time of her death.

According to a doctor’s appointment on June 18, 2020, Rodriguez was determined to be seven weeks and five days pregnant.

The victim’s Jetta was captured on surveillance footage on July 23, 2020, as it traveled along Highway T, the location where the body was later discovered, according to authorities.

Police discovered the remains without any identification, but they strongly believed it was Rodriguez. They made this assumption based on the presence of her Sprecher’s T-shirt and her long hair, both of which matched her description as a missing person.

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