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Fugitive Caught in IronwoodSubmitted: 05/04/2013
Story By Lyndsey Stemm

IRONWOOD - U.S. Marshalls found a fugitive wanted for a murder in Louisiana, in Ironwood, Michigan.

Police in Baton Rouge issued a first degree murder warrant for the 20-year-old male suspect.

He's from Ironwood Township. Michigan State Troopers and the U.S. Marshall Service found him at a home there.

He's being held at the Ontonagon County Jail awaiting extradition.



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