New Jersey fugitive found and arrested in City of Rome
ROME, N.Y. (WKTV) - A fugitive wanted in New Jersey has been located and arrested in the City of Rome.
The United States Marshals Service NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force announced Tuesday that Larry Santiago, 31, was now in custody.
Authorities say Santiago is wanted by the New Jersey Division of Parole for Violation of Condition of Parole and is currently on parole in New Jersey for a burglary conviction.
At roughly 9 a.m. Tuesday, U.S. Marshals say Santiago was located and arrested without incident at 111 Locomotive Avenue in the City of Rome.
Marshals said Santiago will be arraigned as a Fugitive From Justice.
The following agencies participated in this investigation:
*United States Marshals Service- Utica *Oneida County Sheriffs Office- Warrants Unit*Utica Police Department- Warrants Unit*Oneida County Probation Department*NY State Police- Violent Felonies Warrants Unit*NY State Division of Parole*Rome Police Department