In the early morning hours of March 14, 1989, University of Texas at Austin student Mark Kilroy disappeared in Matamoros, Mexico. Kilroy, who grew up in Santa Fe, Texas, was vacationing on South Padre Island with friends for spring break. On April 11, American and Mexican authorities discovered Kilroy’s body, as well as the remains of 14 other homicide victims, buried on a ranch in Santa Elena, Mexico. Investigators later determined that Kilroy was kidnapped and ritually murdered by members of a cult who believed human sacrifice ensured supernatural protection for their drug-smuggling operation. Police arrested four cult members, but others—including leader Adolfo Constanzo, Kilroy’s alleged killer—fled to Mexico City. An international manhunt ensued, bringing the case worldwide attention. Mexico City police arrested the escaped cult members on May 6; however, Constanzo was already dead. After authorities surrounded their location, he had ordered a follower to kill him. In this news segment for Houston’s KPRC-TV, broadcast on May 8, 1989, reporter Ken Cockroft provides an update on the arrests.