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Suspect in Va. Murder Captured in New Hampshire, Police Say

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    A man wanted in the stabbing death of a Virginia man was captured in New Hampshire, Fairfax County police said. 

    Endless Taylor, 24, is charged with robbing and killing Luis Ernesto Bonilla. 

    An officer on routine patrol found Bonilla's body in a wooded area near the 7100 block of Fairchild Drive. The officer tried to help Bonilla, but he was unable to revive him. 

    Investigators later recovered Bonilla's phone, which had been taken during the robbery. Police say the phone helped them identify Taylor as a suspect. According to investigators, the two were acquaintances and had a disagreement in the weeks leading up to Bonilla's death. 

    During their investigation, police received a tip that Taylor was possibly in the Lowell, Massachusetts area. Police in that jurisdiction acted on the lead, and their investigation led them to an apartment complex in Hudson, New Hampshire. 

    Fairfax County police say Taylor was taken into custody Tuesday night and faces a fugitive from justice charge, according to police.  His next court date is scheduled for Jan. 4.