Police in Camden County have arrested a fugitive wanted on weapons charges in northern New Jersey.
Corrections Department spokeswoman Deirdre Fedkenheuer says 38-year-old Michael Gonzalez was captured around 2 a.m. Friday by members of the New Jersey Fugitive Task Force.
After more than two decades on the run, one of New Jersey’s most wanted men is facing justice in Burlington County.
Authorities in northeastern Pennsylvania say a suspect in the strangulation death of a woman in 2012 has been apprehended in Mexico by agents with the U.S. Marshals Service.
Authorities say a man wanted sought for more than 19 years in the sexual assault of a 6-year-old girl in southern New Jersey has been captured in Spain.
Twenty years after he allegedly gunned down his wife’s friend in a Philadelphia restaurant, a fugitive “spiritualist” who sold religious artifacts around the world is in custody after visiting the U.S. embassy in the Philippines.
A teenager accused of shooting four people during a three-month crime spree in South Carolina, killing one, has been captured in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Officials say a man charged with rape of a child three years ago in Montgomery County was found and apprehended in Costa Rica.
New Jersey officials said Torres broke into a home in February and fatally shot 27-year-old Stephon Cusion.
Officials say Jones is among the Philadelphia Police Department’s most wanted fugitives.
An eastern Pennsylvania man who spent years on the lam after allegedly killing his estranged wife has been captured in Italy.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials on Wednesday announced the arrest of 27-year-old Marco Antonio Miranda-DeJesus.
Authorities say they’ve captured one of Pennsylvania’s 10 most-wanted fugitives, a homicide suspect charged with stabbing a man in Bethlehem during a game of dominoes nearly 20 years ago.
Philadelphia police are on the hunt for the suspect alleged to have shot and killed off-duty 22nd District Police Officer Moses Walker Junior early Saturday morning in North Philadelphia.
The Fugitive Safe Surrender program will conduct its fourth and final operation in New Jersey in a few weeks. It’ll be based in Atlantic City, but will welcome non-violent offenders from just about anywhere who want to put their violations behind them.