Alabama marshals capture Gaines County murder suspect - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Alabama marshals capture Gaines County murder suspect

Desirae Mata, 25 (Provided by Gaines County Sheriff's Office) Desirae Mata, 25 (Provided by Gaines County Sheriff's Office)

Provided by Gaines County Sheriff

On July 31, 2012 Desirae Mata was apprehended, without incident, by the United States Marshal Service in Shelby County Alabama.

Mata is currently being detained at the Shelby County Jail. Mata was arrested in connection with the Gaines County double homicide that occurred on May 10, 2012. Three other individuals were previously arrested and are being detained in the Lea County Correctional Facility. Mata is expected to appear before a magistrate in Shelby County Alabama on August 1, 2012.

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