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Murder suspect arrested at Texas bar after police received tip

Murder suspect arrested at Texas bar after police received tip

The money appeared to be for another gamble - one that actually paid off. Kinsey, the deputy US marshal, said Riess went on to the Coushatta Casino Resort in Kinder, Louisiana, on April 8, where she claimed a jackpot. The body of her husband, David Riess, was found March 23, Kinsey said.

Authorities suspect Riess targeted Hutchinson because they looked alike.

No attorney for her could be located, and it was unclear whether she has one.

"I'm happy to be alive and I feel lucky", said Tess Koster, who told her story Friday in Blooming Prairie, where she and her husband returned Thursday night from Florida just in time to find out Riess had been captured in Texas. She could be facing a judge in Texas within the next 48 hours.

Riess now faces multiple charges including murder and criminal use of personal identification.

Second-degree murder charges against Riess are pending.

The search expanded to Florida earlier this month when officials linked Riess to the shooting death of a woman who looked like her. He had suffered several gunshot wounds.

"I promised all along that Lois Riess would end up in a pair of handcuffs", Marceno in a statement released after Riess' arrest. She later spent most of the day gambling at Diamond Jo Casino in Northwood, Iowa, before stopping at the gas station. Marceno said that surveillance video captured her befriending Hutchinson, 59, on April 5.

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Inside the condo, Hutchinson's purse had been emptied. Hutchinson's ID, credit cards and vehicle were missing from her home.

Authorities say she stole Hutchinson's auto, which had been seen in Louisiana and Texas.

South Padre Police Chief Randy Smith said his officers missed Riess by a few minutes, but quickly caught up to her.

According to CBS affiliate KGBT-TV, Riess was spotted at the Sea Ranch restaurant around 9 p.m.by a tipster, who then called law enforcement.

She didn't look armed and risky, said the restaurant manager Galvan, and she did not appear suspicious. "They came in and they left".

The U.S. Marshals give thanks for the investigative work of the Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force, comprised of members of Lee County Sheriff's Office, Fort Myers Police Department, Cape Coral Police, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. "She knew it was coming", he said.

"She's smiling. What does that tell you about her?" he said at the press conference.

Hutchinson's vehicle was next spotted traveling through Louisiana.