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Fugitive Isaiah Metz captured in Yonkers after allegedly raping 4-year-old twins

The fiend accused of raping 4-year-old twins in Pennsylvania and attacking two officers who tried to arrest him at a Midtown homeless shelter was captured by authorities in Yonkers Tuesday evening, police and sources mentioned.

Fugitive process drive officers caught up with Isaiah Metz, 22, and took him into custody after subduing him with a stun gun, in accordance with sources.

He was initially hospitalized earlier than being hauled to the Midtown South Precinct, the place he was hit with quite a few prices, together with assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest and legal trespass.

Sources confirm that an NYPD cop from warrants and a DOI investigator sustained minor injuries.
Sources verify that an NYPD cop from warrants and a DOI investigator sustained minor accidents.
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The arrest got here after Metz allegedly fought off an NYPD detective and an investigator from the town Division of Investigation on the Antonio Olivieri Drop-In Middle on West thirtieth Road close to Eighth Avenue in Manhattan round 4:15 a.m. Tuesday, police mentioned.

Metz allegedly punched each officers within the head a number of occasions and bit the investigator on the arm earlier than fleeing the scene, cops mentioned. 

The suspect was adopted right into a foster household in York County, Pennsylvania, the place he’s accused of raping the younger twin ladies, police sources mentioned. 

Fugitive task force officers caught up with the suspect, Isaiah Metz, and took him into custody after subduing him with a stun gun.
Fugitive process drive officers caught up with the suspect, Isaiah Metz, and took him into custody after subduing him with a stun gun.
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He faces a complete of 115 prices in connection to the heinous intercourse assaults that befell in Goldsboro, information present.

Metz can also be on parole for allegedly attacking one other cop, additionally in Pennsylvania, CBS reported.

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