UPDATE: Charlotte woman wanted for husband’s death arrested in Rome


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Lansing, Mich. (WLNS): In 2002, a man’s body was found off a two-track near a blueberry farm in Ottawa County.

Now, 6 News has an update regarding a suspect in connection with the killing of the man.

The Associated Press reported today that police in Rome have identified a Charlotte woman who is wanted in the 2002 death of her husband.

Beverly McCallum was identified after checking into a hotel in Rome — and hotels in Italy require upon registration that the guest be logged into a database that is linked with the police department.

A police spokesperson said the database identified the suspect with an international arrest warrant for the 2002 murder.

U.S. authorities then began a process to extradite McCallum from Pakistan, the country in which she was thought to have been residing.

McCallum is one of three suspects wanted in connection with the homicide of then-35-year-old Caraballo. The two others charged with conspiracy to commit homicide and mutilation of a dead body include: Christopher McMillan, 41 and Dineane Ducharme, 39.

In 2019, 6 News updated the cold case murder of Caraballo and stated that those three people had been charged in Caraballo’s murder.

Back when 6 News reported the update, one of the suspects was on the way to returning to Michigan to be formally charged.

McMillan was in the Eaton County Jail on a $1 million bond.

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