She returned from El Salvador and was arrested for crime


A young woman wanted in connection with a murder a year ago in the Riverdale area of ​​Prince George’s County, Maryland, was arrested Sunday at Dulles International Airport by U.S. Customs and Enforcement officers. United States Border Protection.

She was returning that day from her homeland, El Salvador, to where she escaped a few days after the murder of her partner Kayshaun Daly, 20, a Riverdale resident. She is currently in police custody in Loudoun, Virginia, pending her extradition to Prince George’s.

The suspect was identified as 23-year-old Norma Rivas Villacorta, who also resided in Riverdale. She is charged with the shooting murder of Kayshaun Daly, which occurred around 1 p.m. on May 22, 2021, at the home located in the 6700 block of Oakland Avenue.

Officers found the victim inside the home with a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The suspect and victim were in a relationship at the time of the murder, but police are still investigating the motive.

In September 2021, PGPD detectives obtained an arrest warrant for Rivas Villacorta, but she had already left the country.

Rivas Villacorta faces charges of first and second degree murder, among others.

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