Victor Castillo lived a quiet life as a maintenance man for an apartment building in Wilmington.
Turns out, Castillo’s real name is Ignacio Constantino, and he was wanted for first-degree murder in Tennessee for 13 years, the USA Today reports.
The FBI, along with local police and the U.S. Marshals Service, arrested Constantino on Thursday without incident.
“Our community is very happy that he has been taken into custody and we look forward to him facing the first-degree murder charges,” said Morristown police Maj. Michelle Jones, a spokesman with the department.
Local police said cooperation among law enforcement agencies was key.
“This arrest is a demonstration of the effectiveness of law enforcement working together throughout our country,” Police Chief Roger Overholt said in a statement. “It is important to our community that Constantino faces the charges brought against him in this violent crime.”