The suspect for the death of Dr. Kendra Hatcher, Brenda Delgado has been added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitive list after investigators concluded she has plotted to murder the pediatric dentist. Brenda Delgado is now included in the FBI’s most wanted after Dr. Hatcher was found murdered in the parking garage of her apartment in Dallas, Texas.
Delgado has been able to avoid getting caught by the FBI as well from other agencies, considering she has a $100,000 bounty on her. According to the FBI’s press release the suspect is a master manipulator who plotted the murder of Dr. Hatcher alongside two other conspirators yet to be identified.
Even though Hatcher was murdered on September 2 last year, Delgado has managed to stay under the authorities’ radar and investigators involved in the case claim she may be on her way back to Mexico. This would come as a last resource action from the suspect given that U.S. authorities can’t arrest her while she’s in Mexico.
It’s worth mentioning that Brenda Delgado is originally from Mexico, and investigators have enough reasons to believe she’s already heading there if she isn’t there already. Still, the federal agency is relying on the combination of both authorities’ effort to find her, and the substantial bounty on her head for any information that leads to her arrest.
FBI’s Special Agent Jason Ibrahim said Delgado was jealous of Dr. Kendra Hatcher because she was dating Delgado’s ex-boyfriend back in September 2015, according to the press release. The suspect for plotting the murder of the pediatric dentist in Texas was described as a Hispanic female on her thirties, measuring about 5 feet tall and weighing approximately 145 pounds, said the FBI.
FBI’s hunt for Delgado intensifies
Also, Delgado has brown eyes and black hair, yet it’s likely she had already changed her hair color. Delgado, who also has a butterfly tattoo on her back, is described as a master manipulator able to control everyone involved in the killing of Dr. Kendra Hatcher, said Special Agent Thomas M. Class Sr.
Agent Thomas Class Sr. is in charge of the FBI’s Dallas Division, and claims Delgado is guilty even if she never pulled the trigger. Still, the FBI has stepped up its efforts to find the responsible for killing Dr. Hatcher in the parking garage of her own apartment in Dallas, and everyone involved in the murder plot.
Hopefully for authorities, the $100,000 reward would serve as bait to get sufficient information that leads to Delgado’s arrest and prosecution. According to the FBI’s press release, Delgado comes as the ninth woman to reach the FBI’s top ten fugitive list, impressively enough considering she hasn’t been caught, yet.