'Most wanted' firearms fugitives caught in Pittsburgh
Two of the Allegheny County Sheriff's Office's “Most Wanted” firearms fugitives were captured on Thursday.
Eugene Boozer, 52, of Homewood, and Sheridan Marsh, 23, of East Liberty, who each were convicted of firearms violations, were placed on the “Most Wanted” list after being accused of violating terms of their probation, Sheriff William P. Mullen said.
Deputies riding along Kelly Street in Homewood spotted Boozer walking and took him into custody, Mullen said. A short time later, deputies received a tip that Marsh was staying at a house on Rodman Street in East Liberty. Deputies went to the home and found Marsh hiding in an upstairs bedroom, Mullen said.
Both were taken to the Allegheny County Jail to await hearings on their probation violations.
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