A suspect who led police on a 48-day manhunt after killing a police officer and wounding another has been captured alive. Eric Frein, who was on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives, was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals outside an abandoned airplane hanger at Birchwood-Pocono Airport near Tannersville, Pa. on Thursday. “Eric Frein was dedicated to killing law enforcement members,” Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan said in a news conference with Gov. Tom Corbett. “I can’t think of a more dangerous occupation than going out into those woods and looking for him.” The 31-year-old was armed when captured by police, but was taken into custody without incident. Read about it here… [YahooNews]
The parents of a 17-year-old Washington D.C. student are suing a substitute teacher who had sex with the minor on her first day teaching class. The $11 million civil suit also names the school district and the company who hired 22-year-old Symone Greene. Greene is also facing first-degree sexual assault charges. She pleaded not guilty and was ordered to stay away from the victim, minors, and Options Public Charter School. Read about it here… [Gawker]
And then this happened because…Halloween. Catherine Butler of Gates, New York was arrested twice for drunk driving early Saturday morning — all while dressed as a zombie. Read about her wild night here… [People]
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