A man suspected of decapitating a relative and then fleeing with her head was arrested Saturday morning in San Francisco after a two-day manhunt that began 50 miles away.
San Francisco police officers reported finding 24-year-old Luis Gustavo Aroyo-Lopez at 7:53 a.m. near the San Francisco Transbay Terminal in Downtown.
The search began Thursday in the North Bay, where officers say they responded to a report of a homicide around 3:40 p.m. on the 2500 block of Pomo Trail near Shawnee and Iroquois streets in Santa Rosa.
When they showed up at the home, they found a beheaded woman, officials said, but her head was nowhere at the scene.
Investigators identified the suspect as Aroyo-Lopez, who was on supervised release from prison for previous weapons and assault charges, and said they believed he took the victim's head when he left the relative's home.
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It was unclear if Aroyo-Lopez had the head on him when he was arrested in San Francisco the next day.
The Santa Rosa Police Department has been contacted for comment.