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Ohio shooter who allegedly killed 4 has been arrested following manhunt, police say

Ohio shooter who allegedly killed 4 has been arrested following manhunt, police say

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The prime suspect in two Dayton, Ohio, shootings that left 4 individuals lifeless has been taken into custody, police confirmed on Saturday.

Stephen Marlow, 39, was apprehended in Kansas by the Lawrence Law enforcement Office, Butler Township Law enforcement Chief John Porter claimed at a push meeting. The suspect was captured all over 10 p.m.

Porter said neighborhood authorities are making arrangements to extradite Marlow.

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Ohio shooter who allegedly killed 4 has been arrested following manhunt, police say

Stephen Marlow, the prime suspect in two Dayton, Ohio, shootings that left four persons dead, has been taken into custody.
( Butler Township Law enforcement Office)

This places an close to a multi-condition research for Marlow, who was regarded to be armed and hazardous. The Dayton spot taking pictures on Friday bundled a teenage lady and her mom.

Eva and Clyde Knox were uncovered dead in their residence Friday morning. Sarah Anderson and her 15-year-aged daughter Kayla have been also discovered useless shortly just after.

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Marlow's apprehension ends a multi-state search for the armed and dangerous suspect.

Marlow’s apprehension finishes a multi-state search for the armed and risky suspect.
(Butler Township Police)

The suspect had fled the state in a white 2007 Ford Edge SUV bearing an Ohio license plate adhering to the shootings.

Marlow was charged with 4 counts of aggravated murder on Friday.

Stephen Marlow fled in a 2007 white Ford Edge SUV. 

Stephen Marlow fled in a 2007 white Ford Edge SUV. 
( Butler Township Law enforcement Division)

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On Saturday, prior to the apprehension, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio issued a federal arrest warrant on a cost of illegal flight to avoid prosecution.