Millvale man on fugitives list arrested
A Millvale man who was considered one of Allegheny County's “Most Wanted” fugitives was arrested Monday after police received an anonymous tip leading sheriff's deputies to his whereabouts.
Wayne Devine Jr., 30, who was placed on the Sheriff Department's “Most Wanted Fugitives” list for failure to appear for a trial last month on charges of robbing a convenience store in October, was arrested when he arrived at a location along Washington Boulevard in Larimer, sheriff's Lt. Jack Kearney said in a release.
Earlier, deputies learned that Devine had been staying at his mother's home in Natrona Heights, Kearney said.
Devine also was wanted on outstanding bench warrants for failure to appear for hearings on unrelated charges of theft from a motor vehicle and retail theft, Kearney said.
Michael Hasch is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-320-7820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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