MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — The Florida Everglades are a place that few people choose to journey into.
A judge has revoked the bond of the 60-year-old ex-boyfriend of a Florida real estate executive who was found dead in their home after he removed his GPS tracking device.
A warrant was issued Tuesday for Alejandro Aparicio and the Miami Herald reports a judge deemed him a flight risk after the GPS device’s last known location was in the middle of the Everglades.
Aparicio was arrested last month on charges of stealing $547,000 from his on-and-off girlfriend.
The arrest came 18 months after he told investigators he found Andrea Greenburg unresponsive on the couch. A toxicology report blamed her death on fentanyl.
He was released on bond Feb. 13 after surrendering his two passports and agreeing to wear the tracking device.
Prosecutors don’t know his whereabouts.
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