Madison Pugh has been extradited back to The Bahamas. Another BP case CLOSED!!!!

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Nassau BahamasMadison Pugh, the woman who allegedly participated in the murder of her mother, has been extradited back to The Bahamas. Madison arrived at LPIA at 11 am today.

BP you would remember we tracked Madison down as she absconded the country and hid with her father in Pennsylvania.

Madison Pugh is arrested in August last year and was  held at the FBI headquarters in Quantico, Virginia as she awaited extradition to The Bahamas.

Following BP’s breaking news report on her location back in the summer last year, Bahamian Police returned from the Pennsylvania telling WUTLESS reporters that a process must now be done in order to get Madison back here to Nassau. “She is a suspect in the matter and there is a process we must go through to get her back in The Bahamas and we are working on that,” ACP Raymond Gibson said.

Madison’s 22 year-old boyfriend, Zyndall Mckinney, has been arraigned in connected with the murder Anna Garrison. Her remains were discovered on July 4th on a Fox Hill road wrapped in a plastic bag and covered in a bed sheet.

Another case of BP CLOSED!!!!

BP again SALUTES Sen. HON. JOHN DELANEY for his STELLAR WORK as Attorney General!

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  1. Looking at the clip, it seems as if the reality hasn’t set in for both Anna and her boyfriend yet. Both of them had like this little blush or smirk on their face, I wander if they spotted one another, before they getting out of the police vehicles and that look just wasn’t them reminiscing about all the things they did together.

  2. I guess my previous comment did not make it here. has anyone seen the video of these too being taken to the court house? its disqusting, looks as though madison thinks its a joke. I hope they both get what is coming to them.

  3. I am so glad something is being done in this case and I hope soon that we have justice for Anna!

  4. I don’t know, I don’t know, this one is serious. I have follow this case closely, because I can’t understand how a child could be on trial in connection with their own mother’s death.

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