A furious crowd shouted "Kill him!" as a winery worker who admitted killing his wife, two of his daughters and four other people was returned to the wine country where the slayings occurred.
Ramon Salcido, 28, was whisked into the Son-oma County jail under tight security late Thursday night as about 200 people waiting outside the entrance yelled and waved signs reading "Yes on capital punishment" and "Salcido doesn't deserve to live.""I just wanted to see this creature," said Na-dia Garcia, 40, of Santa Rosa. "We are all full of anger and bitterness. I'm surprised no one got out a gun and shot him."
Salcido, who has said he had no regrets about the April 14 killings, has been charged with murder and attempted murder.
The subject of a massive manhunt, Salcido was arrested Wednesday in western Mexico, near his hometown of Los Mochis in the state of Sinaloa.
He was brought to Mexico City on Thursday afternoon, deported by Mexican authorities and flown back to California on a jet belonging to "Peanuts" cartoonist Charles Schulz, who lives in Sonoma County.
The handcuffed Salcido smiled faintly at the crowd of reporters and sheriff's deputies when he stepped off the plane at the Sonoma County Airport late Thursday night.
He was quickly put in a sheriff's van, driven to the jail, then transferred to a patrol car and made to lie down as it went past the shouting crowd, sheriff's Sgt. Carl Dennis said.
"A lot of people don't have positive feelings toward this suspect," said reserve sheriff's Deputy John Childers.
Salcido, a forklift operator at a Sonoma County winery 40 miles north of San Francisco, admitted the slayings Wednesday night in a TV interview but refused to discuss his motives.