U.S. Marshals recently arrested a man in Pittsburgh which the agency believes was responsible for a murder in December 2013.
The suspect was captured in New Kensington by the Marshals’ Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force after the task force went to a home on the 500 block of Freeport Road looking for different suspect who was wanted on a parole violation. Inside the home, law enforcement agents allegedly found firearms, a drug scale, and a substance which is suspected to be heroin.
According to law enforcement officials the murder suspect is thought to have killed his victim on December 10, 2013, shooting him three times from behind. The incident was allegedly caught on surveillance video, which helped authorities identify the suspect.
The suspect is currently being charged with attempted homicide, criminal homicide, and carrying a firearm without a license, among other charges.
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