Williamsport, PA – Today, U.S. Marshal
Martin J. Pane announced that the United States Marshals Service (USMS)
Fugitive Task Force arrested Daryl Ingram – a 44-year old man in
On April 20, 2009, the Lexington Police Department responded to a report of
a bank robbery. The investigation revealed that the suspect was armed with a
deadly weapon and threatened the use of immediate physical force to
accomplish this crime. The suspect was later identified as Daryl Ingram.
On August 3rd, District Court Judge T. Bell issued an arrest warrant
charging Ingram with the following crimes:
- Robbery, 1st Degree
- Possession of firearm by convicted felon
- Theft of identity of another w/o consent
The case was adopted by the Central Kentucky
Fugitive Task Force, which is led by US Marshals out of Lexington, KY. After
exhausting leads in both Virginia and Georgia, Marshals in Kentucky believed
that Ingram may have fled to the Williamsport, PA area and sent an
investigative lead to the Middle District of Pennsylvania Fugitive Task
On March 5th, Deputy U.S. Marshals and Task Force Officers arrested Ingram
without incident in the 700 block of West Edwin Street in Williamsport.
Ingram was taken before Judge Alan Page. Ingram was remanded after he failed
to post the $350,000 bond issued by Judge Page. Ingram currently awaits his
extradition back to Kentucky.
United States Marshal Martin J. Pane stated, “The U.S. Marshals Service
Fugitive Task Force places a high priority on fugitive cases in which the
use or threat of violence against innocent victims occurs. Robbery of a bank
undermines our society and fugitives like Ingram deserve their day in court.
We have given him that opportunity.”
The USMS worked jointly in this investigation with personnel from the
Lycoming County Sheriff’s Office. This agency is a participating member of
the USMS Fugitive Task Force in the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
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