Endless Taylor, seen here after his arrest in New Hampshire, is accused of killing Luis Bonilla on Dec. 1.
Endless Taylor, the man accused in the December killing of Luis Bonilla, was extradited from New Hampshire to Fairfax County on Tuesday, a Fairfax County Police spokesman confirmed Wednesday.
Taylor, 24, was originally arrested in Hudson, New Hampshire on Dec. 19 — eight days after Fairfax police announced he was a suspect in Bonilla’s slaying. He was charged as a fugitive from justice and held in Hudson while his extradition was arranged.
Bonilla, 24, was found suffering from stab wounds by police on routine patrol around 11:15 p.m. on Dec. 1 near the Meadow Woods apartment complex in Hybla Valley. Bonilla was pronounced dead at the scene, which was less than a mile from his home.
Bonilla and Taylor were acquaintances, police said. Information on Bonilla’s phone — which was taken from him during the attack and found later by police — linked Taylor to the crime, according to police.
Taylor is currently being held without bond at the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center on a second-degree murder charge. His next court hearing is scheduled for Jan. 25.