Milwaukee Memorial Day Shooting Fugitive
America's Most Wanted is on the case.
A park filled with families and Memorial Day picnickers turned into a scene of chaos and horror on May 29th, 2006. Police say Octaviano Juarez-Corro opened fire into a crowd, killing two people.
With little regard for the children at play in a nearby playground, Juarez-Corro allegedly fired shots into the South Shore Park in Milwaukee. Police say Juarez-Corro shot and killed two men -- 31-year-old Raymundo Munoz-Silva and 17-year-old Julio Diaz-Guillen. But the encounter wasn't random.
Investigators believe the victims knew the suspect.
Police say Juarez-Corro was living in the U.S. illegally and believe he's headed straight for the Mexican border.
Juarez-Corro was last seen jumping into a red 2003 Pontiac Grand Am. He's 5 feet 6 nches tall and weighs 200 pounds. Juarez-Corro has brown eyes and black hair.
Police say everyone from the Midwest to the Southwest needs to be on the lookout.
The suspect could be in a number of states as he rushes to get to the border, but investigators hope to stop him in his tracks.