Man Linked to Missing New Bedford Teen Killed in Florida Shootout
November 9, 2020
A man wanted in connection with the disappearance of a young New Bedford woman is dead after law enforcement agents in Florida on Thursday fired shots into his car in a McDonald's parking lot, but the details are unclear and the woman remains missing.
Jalajhia Finklea, a member of the Mashpee-Wampanoag tribe, was last seen on her 18th birthday, Oct. 20, with Luis Robert Zaragoza Barbosa, 36, tribal police said in a blog post. The post suggested that the man, known as Luis Zaragoza, had abducted Finklea.
Zaragoza, 37, was described by tribal police as being six feet seven inches tall and weighing around 275 pounds. The man had several tattoos, "including Asian lettering on his bicep and a Dallas Cowboys star on his chest."
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