Husband extradited from Mexico in L.A. shooting murder of pregnant wife 03/25/2020 7:58 am PDT Comments KTLA / Los Angeles County via KTLA: EL MONTE, Calif. (KTLA) -- An El Monte man extradited to Los Angeles from Mexico is facing murder charges in the 2018 killing of his pregnant wife, prosecutors said Tuesday. Octavio Curiel Martinez, 37, allegedly shot Ana Maria Nuñez, 37, to death at her home in El Monte on Aug. 29, 2018. Authorities said she was six months pregnant, and neighbors told KTLA she had four children. After the fatal shooting, prosecutors allege, Martinez shot at his father and mother at their house in El Monte. He is accusing of firing at them while two children were also inside the home. Martinez's family members found his wife dying from gunshot wounds at her home, according to the FBI. Nuñez and her unborn child were later pronounced dead at a hospital. Authorities first identified Martinez as a suspect the day after his wife's murder. But he managed to flee the country and evade capture for several months. MORE: El Monte man extradited to L.A. from Mexico faces murder charges in killing of pregnant wife - KTLA #California #Extradition #KTLA #LosAngeles #Mexico #Murder #Shooting #SouthernCalifornia Related Stories Man tried to skip traffic with police lights on Mercedes: Officials Roommate charged with murder of woman found in Dumpster 12-year-old thrown out of car in hit-and-run crash TSA agent arrested, fired for ordering woman to show breasts Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.