Fugitive sought in Chicago murder arrested on US Navy base in Florida

- A Chicago murder suspect was arrested on a U.S. Navy base in Key West on Saturday, the U.S. Marshals Service said.

Jacqueline Rutherford-Brown, 21, was living in a housing unit with her husband at the Key West Naval Air Station, officials said. She had been living at the Florida residence since mid-March, a base spokesperson told The Miami Herald.

Rutherford-Brown is charged with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing Ismael Rangel to death in Chicago during a 2013 attempted robbery. An unidentified accomplice also allegedly participated in the murder, The Herald reported.

Rutherford-Brown, who also goes by the name Jackie Brown, was booked into the Monroe County Detention Center and is set to be extradited to Chicago.

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