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For Immediate Release

January 03, 2012 Eastern District of California
Deputy Frank Newsom (916) 417-0239
Marysville Homicide Suspect Arrested Trying to Hide

Marysville, CA – The U.S. Marshals Pacific Southwest Regional Fugitive Task Force (PSWRFTF) Sacramento Division arrested 32 year old Marcus Hume in Marysville, California. Hume was wanted for Homicide.

On Saturday afternoon at approximately 3:00 p.m. in the 1100 block of Arthur Street Hume attempted to rob 38-year-old Steven Moore of Marysville. At some point the robbery went bad and Hume allegedly shot Moore twice with a shotgun. Marysville Police arrested 5 others in connection with the shooting however Hume eluded capture. Marysville Police and U.S. Marshals jointly worked together to try and find Hume before anyone else would be hurt.

U.S. Marshals and Task Force Officers conducted multiple interviews today of individuals believed to be connected to Hume. Information yielded a lead that Hume may have been hiding at a residence in the 1900 block of Hammonton Smartsville road in Marysville. Deputies and Task Force Officers went to the residence with Marysville P.D. to gain further information on the whereabouts of Hume. While at the residence Deputies heard individuals inside but they refused to answer the door. Deputies and Officers confirmed that Hume was inside the residence but refused to come to the door. The residence was immediately locked down and additional units from the Marysville Police Department and Yuba County Sheriff’s Office were called to assist.

After about 30 minutes Hume exited the residence and surrendered peacefully to authorities on scene. Hume was booked in the Yuba County Jail.

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