A man wanted in connection with a shooting in Arkansas was captured in Davenport after three months on the run.
The U.S. Marshals Service says Timothy White was wanted on charges of first degree battery after shooting a man in Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23.
Last month Marshals got word that White was working at a used car lot near Rockingham Road and Birchwood Avenue in Davenport. He was arrested there on Tuesday without incident.
White is also wanted out of Arkansas on charges of alleged parole violations. He is currently in the Scott County Jail awaiting extradition proceedings.
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