ROCHESTER, New Hampshire — A New Hampshire fugitive is in custody — arrested just hours after he was featured on the U.S. Marshals featured him in their "fugitive of the week" internet post.
U.S. Marshal David Cargill Jr. says 26-year-old James Brown of Rochester was apprehended as he attempted to flee out the first-floor window of a house.
Brown was wanted for probation violations and was believed to be armed and dangerous. No weapons were found during his arrest.
Rochester police received a tip that Brown was at a local residence after marshals identified him as their fugitive of the week. Local media also broadcast or post the information.
Brown had been on probation after being convicted of assault.