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One of Allegheny County's 'most wanted' arrested

| Saturday, Jan. 9, 2010, 12:00 p.m.

A man listed on the Allegheny County Sheriff's Office "Most Wanted" Web site was arrested Friday night at a Downtown bar, officials said.

Jared Erjavac, 23 of the South Side was wanted for violating the conditions of his probation and parole on a 2007 conviction for statutory sexual assault and corruption of minors.

Erjavac pleaded guilty to having sex with a 15-year-old girl when he was 21.

In recent weeks, Erjavac was charged with harassment and ethnic intimidation. He allegedly threatened to kill two bar owners and said he was a "made member" of the Genovese crime family.

Erjavac used both racial and ethnic slurs toward the bar owners, authorities said. Erjavac was arrested Friday night in a bar in the 900 block of Liberty Avenue, Downtown after a tipster called the sheriff's hotline. He was being held in the Allegheny County Jail without bond.

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