U.S. Marshals have located a York County fugitive hundred of miles away in New York City. Authorities say he's wanted for attempted homicide.
The guy picked up was wanted for shooting into a car. A woman was hit in the arm, but will survive her injuries.
U.S. Marshals tracked 34-year-old Thomas Washington IV to New York City. He was arrested Monday in the Bronx.
York City Police requested the Marshals involvement after getting information Washington had fled to NYC.
He was wanted for a February 1st shooting in the parking lot of the Sunoco on Sherman Street. Two people were sitting in a parked car when police say Washington opened fire on it.
Tamika Goodwin was sitting in the driver’s seat and was shot in the arm. Goodwin and her passenger survived.
Washington now faces several charges including one county of criminal homicide and two counts of aggravated assault.
Washington is currently being held by police in NYC, he'll have a hearing to decide when he'll be extradited back here to York
The United States Marshal Service has arrested an attempted homicide suspect out of York County.
34-year-old Thomas Washington IV was arrested in New York City, New York on Monday.
Washington was wanted for an attempted murder that happened on February 1st, in the 200 block of North Sherman Street in York.
According to officials, Washington fired shots multiple times into a parked car that was occupied by two people. Both victims survived the shooting.
An arrest warrant was issued on February 8th, charging Washington with charges including attempted criminal homicide. He was also charged with one count of carrying firearms without license, one count of recklessly endangering another person, and two counts of aggravated assault.
The U.S. Marshals Service personnel found Washington at a home in the 800 block of Faile Avenue in Bronx, New York. He was turned over to the New York City Police Department for processing. He will await a local hearing to determine his extradition to York County.