There are new details emerging on a convicted New York City killer who went on the run for more than sixteen and then settled in Montgomery.
The man known as Rashad Hamid, whose real name is Derrick Lloyd, built a new life in the Capital City starting in 1992.
Now it looks as though Alabama authorities were given plenty of chances to find him before last week.
WSFA 12 News contacted both Montgomery and New York officials to look into Lloyd's background.
The trail Lloyd left behind before his arrest is pretty impressive.
Lloyd is wanted in New York City for two felony murder counts and in Albany, New York for two robbery counts.
WSFA 12 News looked at his Alabama criminal record history and discovered he had not one, but two speeding tickets, the first in 1992 and the second in 2000.
Law enforcement never discovered his falsified driver's license in either case.
He also ran a business on Fairview Avenue called The Montgomery Shuttle Service. He even became acquainted with some lawmen.
Then WSFA 12 News looked into Lloyd's business holdings.
When we looked up his business licence at city hall, the clerks could not find a valid record that he had ever paid to do business.
So, somehow, Derrick Lloyd came to Montgomery, got a driver's license, opened a business, knew police officers, even got married and took a new job - and no one ever suspected a thing.
Lloyd remains in the Montgomery County jail on no bond.
The district attorney's office says they have yet to receive a fugitive warrant or extradition papers on Lloyd.