Striking tattoos led to arrest of wanted criminal who killed, burned his pals and faked identity at Mexico border checkpoint

1 month ago

Albuquerque news, New Mexico news.

At a U.S. Border Checkpoint in Las Cruces, New Mexico, officials have arrested a 34-year-old man accused of murdering two of his pals and setting their bodies on fire earlier this month.

Dakota “Outlaw” Briscoe was apprehended despite pretending to be his brother and using his driver's license thanks to his remarkable tattoos that matched the wanted double-murderer description.

Briscoe stands accused of gunning down Eric Carbajal, 36, and Nathan Garcia, 39, inside their car before setting it on fire.

The dangerous criminal then tried to carjack two women at gunpoint and to break into a residence on the same day he killed Carbajal and Garcia. FBI officials offered a $10,000 reward to anyone with relevant information about Briscoe.

He now faces a long list of charges including murder, attempted murder, attempted armed robbery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and aggravated burglary.

Briscoe has the words “DAKOTA” and “DEMIZE” on the eyelids, and many other expressions such as Straight Gangster, Outlaw-4-Life, and drawings of skulls and flames. The number 1706 is as plain on his chin as the nose on his face.