A man wanted for a murder in San Joaquin County more than 20 years ago was apprehended in Delhi on Thursday, the Federal Bureau of Investigations announced.
Moises Galvan Gonzalez, 41, a Mexican National was wanted for his role in the death of a Tracy man.
Gonzalez is accused of participating in a shooting of a man at a Tracy dairy farm on June 15, 1998. The victim was attending a party out at the dairy. Gonzalez and his brother showed up and at some point they got into an argument with the victim and the brother shot him in the stomach with a 20-gauge shotgun.
The San Joaquin County District Attorney filed a homicide charge against Gonzalez on June 18, 1998. A federal arrest warrant charging Gonzalez with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution was issued on October 1, 2003.
Gonzalez was arrested without incident at a residence in Delhi.
The FBI, San Joaquin Sheriff’s Office Cold Case Unit, Kern County Sheriff’s Office and Merced County Sheriff’s Office worked collaboratively to locate Gonzalez.