(PoliceOne.com) -- The second Kentucky fugitive suspected of
abducting a South Carolina woman during a multi-state crime spree was
captured Wednesday in northern Indiana.
Chadrick E. Fulks was caught shortly after noon in Elkhart County,
FBI agent Tom VanWormer said. He was being held at Elkhart County
Jail in Goshen, Ind. about 30 miles east of South Bend. The first
suspect, Branden L. Basham, 21, of Hopkins County, Ky., was taken
into custody Sunday night after police say he tried to carjack two
women in the parking lot of an Ashland, Ky. mall.
Authorities have not indicated that they are any closer to finding
the missing woman, Alice Donovan. Officials were searching in South
Carolina, and near Raleigh, N.C. where Donovan's automated bank card
was last used.
Ohio troopers had believed they spotted Fulks late Monday sleeping in
a blue BMW, most likely the car of Alice Donovan, parked in a rest
area in north-central Ohio. The man sped off when the trooper ordered
him out of the car and nearly ran over another officer. Troopers did
not see anyone else in the car and do not know if there were any
possible people or bodies inside the trunk.
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