By Russ and Tiña De Maris
Multiple media sources are reporting that a man has been arrested in connection with deaths of fulltiming RV couple, James and Michelle Butler. We last reported that the suspect was arrested today, Nov. 6, after reporting yesterday on the release of a photo of a man driving the Butlers’ pickup truck across the U.S. border into Mexico. Later, authorities identified the driver as Adam Curtis Williams (born 1986), a Utah resident.
Media reports say that Williams was tracked to Jalisco, Mexico, and a combined operation of Mexican and American police agencies were able to arrest him. Some outlets suggest that the woman seen in the truck in the border crossing photo was also picked up by authorities in Jalisco. She was identified by Texas authorities as Amanda Noverr, also from Utah. No arrest warrant had been issued for Noverr, but authorities continued to identify her as “a person of interest.”
At this time, reports as to the present whereabouts of Williams and Noverr are sketchy. Some accounts suggest they are back in Texas, with at least one outlet saying they’ve both been booked into the Harris County Jail in Houston. As of 5:00 p.m., Mountain Time, neither Williams or Noverr came up on the jail roster.
We will stay on this story and update as details become clear.