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Wanted Fugitive Captured

Wanted Fugitive Captured

Oklahoma City - On April 12, 2017 wanted fugitive Andre Neal (d.o.b. 11/18/1982) was captured in Oklahoma City by Oklahoma Department of Corrections (ODOC) fugitive agents with the Office of Inspector General. Neal was arrested in the 6400-block of NW Expressway at a motel with assistance from the Oklahoma City Police Department and the U.S. Marshals Task Force. Neal, one of ODOC's 15 Most Wanted Fugitives, was found with 36-grams of crack cocaine. 

"The persistence of our agents, and teamwork by our partner law enforcement agencies removed a felon with a history of violence off the streets along with a load of  dangerous drugs", said ODOC Director Joe Allbaugh. "I appreciate the hard work, and dedication of these teams who are committed to keeping Oklahoma safe."

Neal was in violation of his parole, and had several Oklahoma County warrants. He was booked into the Oklahoma County Detention Center on multiple criminal complaints.

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