ME cop killer John Williams captured after four-day nationwide manhunt Video
Apr 30, 2018, 01:38
The team of law enforcement officers who found and captured fugitive John Williams.
A man accused of killing a sheriff's deputy was arrested Saturday outside a remote cabin, ending an intense manhunt in its fourth day in the woods of central Maine.
Fox News reported that Somerset County Sheriff Dale Lancaster "felt that it was fitting" for Cole's handcuffs to be used to secure Williams.
The suspect believed to have shot and killed Cpl. "Gene Cole, and he was brought to justice using Cole's handcuffs".
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Williams allegedly gunned down Corporal Cole Wednesday morning and allegedly stole his cruiser before robbing a local convenience store. Lancaster said they are willing to listen and encouraged him to reach out.
"I am extremely relieved that we have Williams in custody", he added.
"The whole town was celebrating with me", he told WMTW-TV.
29-year old John Williams was arrested Saturday afternoon after a nationwide manhunt that lasted four days.
The 62-year-old veteran of the Maine State Police department was the 25th officer that has died in the line of duty just this year.
Cote said Williams was first taken to the Waterville Police Department for questioning.
According to the Essex County District Attorney's Office, Williams was due to appear in Haverhill District Court Wednesday to answer to charges of improper storage of an unlicensed firearm and possession of a large capacity firearm (9 mm Smith & Wesson with a 16-round magazine), in addition to automobile-related charges. He was originally held on a $7,500 bail that was lowered to an amount Williams could pay - $5,000 - after a review by Salem Superior Court judge.
"It was very hard terrain", he said, adding that several times the officers saw critical evidence, including what appeared to be fresh footprints. "He paid attention to detail".
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The community of 3,500 had been nervous since scores of police officers poured into the region during the manhunt.
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