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Home  |  News  |  Manhunt Ends: Suspect attempts to make a phone call, before getting caught

Manhunt Ends: Suspect attempts to make a phone call, before getting caught
Thursday, June 30, 2011

NEWBERRY, SC - The manhunt for Jeremy Coke comes to a halt, after authorities spot him near a home off O’dell Ruff Road.

Bloodhounds from Newberry County, SLED, a SLED helicopter, agents of DNR and local citizens all began searching for the suspect early Wednesday morning.

According to deputies, the suspect unlawfully entered a home on O'dell Ruff Road and attempted to make a phone call.

No one was in the home at the time.

According to reports, SLED agents conducted a house by house search and spotted Coker near a home off of O'dell Ruff Road. Cocker was taken into custody without incident.

In addition, to Grand Larceny (Auto) and conspiracy Coker will be charged with Burglary.

He was taken to the Newberry County Jail.

Source: http://newberry.wistv.com/news/crime/manhunt-ends-suspect-attempts-make-phone-call-getting-caught/48568

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