HAMBURG, Iowa (AP) — A man accused of pushing a co-worker off the top of a grain bin in southwest Iowa has been found in Mexico and returned to the United States.
The U.S. Marshals Service said in a news release Tuesday that Pedro Andrade was taken into custody outside Medina, Mexico.
He's been returned to a jail in Houston, awaiting his return to Iowa.
Court records don't list an attorney for him. A court document says the co-worker survived his 60-foot fall Oct. 10 in Hamburg.
He told an investigator that Andrade had found out that Andrade's wife and the co-worker were having an affair.
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