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A Syracuse man who disappeared in violation of Federal probation 72 hours after his release from prison is back in custody.
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – A Syracuse man who disappeared in violation of Federal probation 72 hours after his release from prison is back in custody.

45-year-old Arcenio Sepulveda has a long history of problems with the law.

Sepulveda surrendered to US Marshals on Monday afternoon.

He has been arraigned and will remain in custody until his bail review.

Police looking for fugitive who violated his Federal probation
May 27, 2013


Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – The Fugitive Task Force is asking for the public’s help in finding a man with a history of trouble with the law.

Less than 72 hours after he was released from Federal prison in April, Arcenio Sepulveda disappeared.

Now police are looking for the 45-year-old man for violating his Federal probation.

In the past, Sepulveda was part of a team that stole money orders and checks – sometimes out of mailboxes – and then alters and cashes them.

“They were using that cash to supplement the drug problem they had. He was released from prison back in April and in May the warrant came out,” said Fugitive Task Force Supervisor Joseph Ciciarelli.

Sepulveda has a history of trying to elude police.

“He's done this thing in the past, and we've caught him in the past. We're having a hard time now due to the fact we don't have a lot to go on,” Ciciarelli said.

Sepulveda is known to frequent Syracuse’s North Side.

He’s 5-foot-9 and 190 pounds with a medium build.

Anyone with information on Sepulveda should call police at (315) 473-7625.
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