Collier deputies team up with ICE to catch man wanted for 20 years
By Elysa Batista
The Naples Daily News (FL), October 3, 2009
The law finally caught up with Douglas Elmore Brenner in a Homestead motel.
'If you are out there and you're a criminal alien, we're going to find you,' said Brendan Quigley, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement resident agent in charge, on Friday. 'We're going to keep looking for you until we track you down.'
Brenner, a Canadian national, had been evading law enforcement for more than 20 years and is wanted by the Waterloo Regional Police in Canada on a charge of sexual assault on a juvenile under 14. He entered the U.S. in 1984 and assumed the identity of a deceased man in 1986.
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