Georgia fugitive, his 3 missing children found in Hawaii
HONOLULU (AP) – Authorities in Hawaii have arrested a Georgia kidnapping fugitive.
The U.S. Marshals Service says Honolulu marshals and officers from the Honolulu Police Department arrested Willie Alfred Green at the Makaha Surfside apartment complex Friday.
Green was wanted by the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office on an arrest warrant for aggravated stalking, false imprisonment, burglary and other charges stemming from a domestic dispute.
Marshals say he was out on bond when he cut off his GPS monitoring anklet and fled Georgia with his three children. Because he didn’t have permission to take the children, a missing person case was filed for each of them.
The children- ages one, seven and eight – were also in the apartment and turned over to child protective services.
Green’s extradition hearing is pending.
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