US Marshals Find Murder Suspect Who Fled Maryland Home Nude
Duron Hudson, 18, was in the shower when U.S. Marshals closed in on him, sources said
U.S. Marshals tracked down a suspected killer who fled from a Maryland home nude last week, kicking off a days-long manhunt and a shelter-in-place order.
Duron Hudson, 18, was found and arrested by members of the Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force on Wednesday night, D.C. police said Thursday. Five days had passed since he ran naked from a home in Landover.
Hudson was unarmed and fully clothed when he was arrested in D.C., police said. Additional details were not immediately released.
He was charged with first-degree murder in the June 22 death of 22-year-old George Hendrix on K Street SE.
Hudson was in the shower in the 1900 block of Belle Haven Drive on Friday morning when U.S. Marshals closed in on him, police sources told News4. He jumped out of a window, a federal official said.
Authorities deemed him armed and dangerous and told neighbors to shelter in place amid the manhunt.
Stay with News4 for more on this developing story.