US Marshals Arrest Michigan Murder Suspect

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Authorities have tracked down a Michigan murder suspect and arrested him in Minnesota.

The U.S. Marshals Service says Terrance Maurice Fomby was arrested without incident Tuesday in the Frogtown area of St. Paul.

Detroit police were seeking him on a warrant for felony murder, armed robbery, carjacking and weapons violations. He and William Fomby are accused of killing a motorist with a shotgun while trying to steal a car at a gas station last month.

The victim’s name isn’t known. A message was left Tuesday night with Detroit police.

Terrance Fomby is in the Ramsey County Jail, which gives his age as 18.

Thirty-five-year-old William Fomby is being held in the Wayne County Jail in Detroit.

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  • Kevin


  • thumbody

    Why is it that a lot of these murder suspects from Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee etc… always come and often are found in Minnesota? Is it because there girlfriends are here? What attracts them here and why don’t we look into it?

  • Fed Up

    Minnesota has the best wellfare in the country. They keep their girlfriends here as their meal ticket.

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