The Washoe County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) has released new information on a murder case from 2006.

They said one suspect is being extradited from St. Clair County, Illinois and the other was arrested on Wednesday.

WCSO says the investigation began in June of 2006, when deputies responded to the area of Western Skies Road about a mile-and-a-half north of Geiger Grade on a report that a body had been found.

They said the body was identified as 24-year-old Adrianna Carrillo-Guillen and she had been a victim of a shooting that happened earlier on the morning of June 24, 2006.

WCSO says one suspect, Refugio Moreno-Perez, was arrested on related charges in 2006 and was sentenced for conspiracy to commit murder in 2011. They said after serving time in prison, Moreno-Perez was reportedly taken into custody by federal immigration authorities.

They said investigators believed two additional suspects, Santiago Estrada and Darwin Ramirez, fled the country shortly after the murder.

WCSO says in April of this year, they were notified by St. Clair County Jail that Ramirez was in their custody.

They said Ramirez had been living under a false identity when he was arrested in St. Clair, Illinois, on a warrant unrelated to the Washoe County investigation. 

They said when the jail deputies ran his fingerprints, they found out who he was and that he had an outstanding warrant for murder in Washoe County.

WCSO says after serving time for the local charges in St. Clair County, Ramirez was extradited to Washoe County.