Ryan E.
September 2, 2023

$10K Reward Offered For Capture Of Convicted Murderer

Danelo Cavalcante previously entered the United States illegally at an unknown time.

Soon after that, he murdered Hollywood therapist Annie Harwick.

Disgustingly, Cavalcante was already "wanted for a homicide in Brazil" before even entering America, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.

Cavalcante was arrested and convicted for murdering Harwick, but that doesn't mean he was going to stay in prison for long.

This time, the convict didn't even need the soft-on-crime policies of America's liberals to do it.

He simply escaped.

Cavalcante had been in Chester County Prison in Pennsylvania until recently, but once he got out, authorities expressed their belief that he is "heading south."

"Unfortunately, at this time, he has not been located. But we are using every available resource and asset to track his location," Chester County District Attorney Deb Ryan told reporters on the afternoon of Sept. 1. "Local, state and federal authorities are working around the clock to find him, and we will not stop until he is in custody."

"Law enforcement is still utilizing helicopters, drones and dogs, and we believe that he is still in the general area. There is no evidence at this time to suggest that anyone has helped facilitate this escape or is assisting him at this time," Ryan added. "We believe that he is hiding somewhere locally and that he is alone."

"We have reason to believe that he is heading south, and we will find him no matter how long it takes," Ryan concluded.

Immigrations and Customs Enforcement released a statement about Cavalcante:

"After his arrest in the United States, ICE became aware of his unlawful presence and an ICE detainer was lodged against Souza Cavalcante," a spokesperson for ICE said. "ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO), from the ERO Philadelphia Field Office, are supporting local, state and federal partners with the search for Souza Cavalcante."

The murderer is being described as a "very dangerous man," and a $10,000 reward is being offered for assistance in the search for him.

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