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Murder suspect who escaped Arizona authorities at Atlanta airport captured
Arizona murder suspect J’Saan Carlos Strover, 20, was taken into custody shortly before 11 p.m. after College Park police received a clue that a man matching Strover’s description had been seen walking down the street, barefoot, hands behind his back, the sheriff. office said in a Facebook post.

College Park police used night vision technology to locate the fugitive after he ran into nearby woods when he was spotted by a responding patrol car, according to the post.

Fulton County Sheriff’s Deputies from the Fugitives Unit have returned Strover to the Fulton County Jail, the post said.

Strover could face additional costs associated with the escape, according to the sheriff’s office.

The manhunt involved several local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, according to the post.

Earlier Thursday, Strover ran MPs into a nearby forest, where he escaped MPs escorting him.


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