Pittsburgh, PA - This morning, members of
the U.S. Marshals Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force apprehended five
unrelated felony fugitives in various locations throughout Allegheny County.
Task Force officers arrested Eugene Spence, age 22, at a residence in the
900 block of Woodward Avenue, McKees Rocks, PA. Spence was wanted pursuant
to an Allegheny County bench warrant for underlying charges of Possession
with Intent to Distribute Heroin. Task Force members breached the front door
and arrested Spence after he attempted to escape out the back of the
residence. Investigators recovered a brick of heroin subsequent to Spence’s
arrest, resulting in additional charges.
Task Force members also arrested Bryant Boyd, age 22, at a residence in the
1600 block of Sandusky Court, Pittsburgh, PA for State Parole Violations.
Boyd was on parole for Aggravated Assault, Firearms, Robbery and Drug
offenses. Boyd attempted to avoid capture by jumping out a third floor
window; however he was arrested soon after following a brief foot chase.
Boyd was taken by ambulance to a Pittsburgh area hospital to be evaluated
for possible injuries.
Also captured were Mark Krashna, age 29, of Pittsburgh, wanted by the
Pittsburgh Bureau of Police for Robbery and Burglary charges; Stephen
Watkins, age 18, of Homestead, PA, wanted pursuant to an Allegheny County
bench warrant for Firearms offenses; and Dmar Muldrow, age 27, of
Pittsburgh, wanted by the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police for Assault and also
pursuant to an Allegheny County bench warrant for Drug offenses. Krashna was
apprehended in the West End; Watkins was captured in Homestead and Muldrow
was arrested on the North Side, all without incident.
U.S. Marshals were assisted by personnel from the Pennsylvania State Police,
Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole, Pittsburgh Bureau of Police,
Allegheny County Sheriffs, and Westmoreland County Sheriffs. These agencies
are participating members of the USMS W/PA Fugitive Task Force.
information about the U.S. Marshals Service can be found at
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