An global manhunt is underway for the man that authorities suspect killed a 22-year-old Westbury woman last week in her home near Binghamton University, where she was a nursing student, police said. Tercero is being transferred to the prison in El Chipote, which is about 40 miles southwest of the capitol, Managua.
Orlando Tercero, 22, who holds dual citizenship, fled to Nicaragua after allegedly killing Haley Anderson, 22, a fellow student at Binghamton's Decker School of Nursing.
Additional details were not immediately available and the Binghamton Police Department declined to comment.
Binghamton police Tuesday night said they did not have any information of Tercero's detainment in Nicaragua. He is a US citizen.
The body of Haley Anderson was found in her former romantic partner's Oak Street home Friday. Anderson did not reside in the house.
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On Saturday authorities ruled Anderson's death a homicide. "The victim and male student had a previous domestic/romantic relationship".
Police believe Tercero left the US out of New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport the same morning Anderson's body was found.
It is unknown if Tercero is being represented by a lawyer.
Broome County District Attorney Stephen Cornwell Jr., had said his office would present evidence to a grand jury and, if there was an indictment, ask Nicaragua, which does not have an extradition treaty with the United States, to return "the defendant back to Broome County".