Fugitive Task Force makes five arrests
Members of the U.S. Marshals Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force arrested five men on Friday, including one who tried to flee as officers broke down the front door and another who was caught following a brief foot chase.
Eugene Spence, 22, who was wanted for drug violations, tried to run out the back door of a home in McKees Rocks while officers breached the front door, said Jon Gallagher, a supervisory deputy marshal. Officers found a brick of heroin.
Bryant Boyd, 22, who was wanted for parole violations, required hospital treatment after he jumped out a third-floor window in the North Side and tried to run, Gallagher said.
Captured elsewhere were Mark Krasha, 29, of Pittsburgh, wanted on robbery and burglary charges; Stephen Watkins, 18, of Homestead, wanted for firearms offenses; and Dmar Muldrow, 27, of Pittsburgh, wanted for assault and drug violations.
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