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Police apprehend West End man wanted on five warrants

| Thursday, June 25, 2009, 12:00 p.m.

A West End man accused of being a "violent fugitive" by the Allegheny County Sheriff's Department was apprehended after being found hiding in a home in the Hays Manor housing community in McKees Rocks.

Tyree Davis, 24, was wanted on five outstanding bench warrants for failure to appear for hearings on a variety of charges, including assault, firearms violations, possession with intent to deliver drugs and conspiracy, said Lt. Jack Kearney of the sheriff's department.

Sheriff's deputies, city police and McKees Rocks police received information Tuesday evening about where Davis was hiding, Kearney said. Officers surrounded the home and took Davis into custody without incident, he said.

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