SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A man on the Texas 10 Most Wanted list facing sexual assault and murder charges has been captured in Mexico after a dozen years on the run.

The Texas Department of Public Safety says 37-year-old Freddie Alaniz was caught Monday in Cancun, Mexico. He’s been transported to San Antonio.

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DPS records show Alaniz in February 2006 was arrested in Zavala County on a charge of sexual assault of a child, then released on bail.

Alaniz later that month was arrested in San Antonio and charged with aggravated assault for allegedly stabbing a man during a fight. He was again freed on bail. The victim later died.

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Zavala and Bexar counties in 2006 issued warrants for Alaniz.

He was added to the Texas 10 Most Wanted list in 2014.

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