U.S. Marshals Task Force Arrests Man Wanted in New York for Homicide
For Immediate Release
Michael Ulrich, Deputy U.S. Marshal
Martinsburg, WV – On July 19, 2022, members of the U.S. Marshals Mountain State Fugitive Task Force arrested Zymir Humphrey, 19. Zymir Humphrey was wanted by New York Police Department for a homicide committed in Manhattan in May of 2022.
The New York and New Jersey Fugitive Task Force in conjunction with the Mountain State Fugitive Task Force developed information Humphrey was staying in the area of Shasta Lane, Martinsburg, West Virginia. Task Force Officers observed Zymir Humphrey enter and then leave Shasta Lane in a black Jeep. Task Force Officers with the assistance of the Berkely County Sheriffs Office, West Virginia State Police and Martinsburg Police Department arrested Humphrey on Golf Course Road just east of Grapevine road without incident.
“Our federal, state and local departments have always demonstrated the passion in working together to effectively remove violent offenders from our communities and safeguard our neighborhoods. Motivated to prove to the community they will always do their best to keep them safe from evils of our society,” said Acting U.S. Marshal Terry Moore
The law enforcement agencies involved in the arrest of Humphrey were the Martinsburg Police Department, Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, West Virginia State Police, West Virginia, and United States Marshals Service.
Additional information about the U.S. Marshals Service can be found at https://www.usmarshals.gov.
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