Mugshot for Oscar Lozado. Sylviana Fink with her daughter Angelina.
(East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office/Facebook)
A man accused of killing his wife seven years ago was arrested in a cold case that has haunted authorities for years, Louisiana deputies said.
Belgium-born Sylviane Fink, a French and Spanish teacher at Brusly, Louisiana, disappeared in 2011. East Baton Rouge deputies said she was killed by her husband, who fled to Venezuela with their 4-year-old daughter four days after her disappearance, Fox 44 Baton Rouge reports
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East Baton Rouge Sheriff Sid Gautreaux said Oscar Lozado, 43, was arrested in Mexico, where he moved a year ago, and is charged with the second degree murder.
“Can I tell you in the enforcement of the law, there are no cold cases, in particular when it comes to murders,” Gautreaux said, according to the station.
Oscar Lozada brought by the Mexican authorities, Border Patrol agents in Eagle Pass, Texas, Thursday.
(East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office)
Lozado was brought back to the US from Mexico on Thursday, together with his daughter Angelina, who is now 12.
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A family member of Fink is that the authority of the girl, the station reported.
Authorities suspect Lozado used bags of concrete, large buckets and plastic bags to get rid of his wife’s body was never found, to the station.