PORTLAND -- U.S. Marshals arrested wanted murder suspect Le Huang on Friday in Seattle. He was booked in the King County Jail where he will await extradition to Oregon.
Huang was wanted for the murder of his wife and was considered armed and dangerous, police said.
Dixiang Huang, 33, was found dead Tuesday evening inside a duplex in the 3000 block of Southeast 92nd Avenue, said Portland Police Bureau Sgt. Pete Simpson. Investigators later said she died of homicidal violence.
Background: Murdered woman found in SE Portland home
Thursday police announced that her husband, 46-year-old Le Huang (pictured) was wanted in connection with the murder.