Christopher Goode was arrested U.S. Marshals in Virginia Beach, Va., after being designated Baltimore's Public Enemy No. 1.(Courtesy of Baltimore Police Department)
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BALTIMORE - U.S. Marshals apprehended the latest Public Enemy No. 1 following an “intense search" involving agencies in two states, according to a release from the department.
Christopher Troy Goode was charged with attempted murder and domestic violence in relation to a shooting in city’s Southern District.
Goode was picked up in Virginia Beach, Va., by U.S. Marshals Thursday morning. He was tracked by Baltimore police and the agency’s Warrant Apprehension Task Force.
"The successful apprehension of Goode was the result of many hours of intense investigation and round the clock street work by members of the WATF," said Lt. Brian Matulonis, commander of the WATF, in a release. "We have successfully taken an extremely dangerous person off the streets."
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