Wisconsin murder suspect caught in Alabama
SHELBY COUNTY, Ala. (WSFA) - A suspect wanted in connection to a Tuesday homicide in Green Bay, Wisconsin, has been arrested in Alabama, according to law enforcement. U.S. Marshal Marty Keely confirmed to WBRC that Caleb Anderson was taken into custody in the city of Helena, located south of Birmingham, Wednesday afternoon.
Green Bay Police reported that Anderson had last been seen in the Greenville area, located in south Alabama, and that officers were working with Alabama officials to track him down.
WBAY in Green Bay reported that Anderson, a resident of Iron County, Michigan, was considered armed and dangerous, and that anyone who saw him should call 911.
Wisconsin law enforcement had been searching for Anderson for more than a day, alerting media nationwide that he could be driving the unnamed victim’s stolen 2013 Ford Fiesta.
Keely could confirm that stolen vehicle was also recovered.
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