A fugitive from justice was captured and arrested Monday, according to the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department.
Travis L. Duncan, 24, of Cleveland, Ohio, was arrested in the Powellton area of Fayette County after officers made contact with him while on patrol.
Fayette County 911 Center notified the sheriff’s deputy that Duncan was wanted in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, on multiple serious charges.
Duncan is wanted for kidnapping, robbery and attempted felonious arson. He was taken into custody and processed through Fayette County on a fugitive from justice warrant, and was transported to Southern Regional Jail to await extradition proceedings.
Sgt. T.N. Mooney of the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department is still investigating this incident.
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