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Broward fugitive accused of killing a man in his ex-girlfriend’s home, caught in the Caribbean

A man who allegedly shot and killed a man at his ex-girlfriend’s Broward home, then kidnapped her and held her then-2-year-old son at gunpoint was recently captured in the Caribbean, the FBI announced Thursday.

Kareem Jobbar Lightbourne, 47, entered the woman’s home in Lauderhill in December 2002, where he fatally shot the man, the FBI said in a news release.

Lightbourne later fled Florida, according to the FBI, which obtained a warrant for his arrest.

Authorities recently arrested Lightbourne in the Dominican Republic; he was expelled to the United States for immigration violations, the federal agency said.

Lightbourne, who was arrested Wednesday, is in the Broward County Main Jail, records show. He is charged with first-degree murder and armed kidnapping.

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