Milwaukee County sheriff's Deputy Inspector Kevin Carr said Young, who was unarmed, was caught after a brief chase.Carr
said the suspect initially denied he
was DeCarlos Young, but he
added that Chicago police contacted Milwaukee County
sheriff's officials and requested information about his
tattoos to help verify his
acknowledged that it could be 60 to 90 days before Young is returned if he
decides to fight extradition.
wouldn't say whether anyone else was at the Chicago home where Young was found Wednesday, but he
said it's possible other people in Chicago "could be implicated" for harboring a fugitive.
Young, who has written and performed rap songs, has admitted an affiliation with Murda Mobb, several of whose members were suspected in several killings last summer in the Metcalfe Park area.
The group, which moved to Milwaukee in 1999, originally was founded in Chicago by two brothers who were heavily involved with the Gangster Disciples criminal organization in that city.
Changes at jail
added that he
could be sent to jail in Ozaukee, Waukesha or Racine County to ensure his
fair and safe detention.
"We would not want to give the appearance that there's any sort of retribution or any kind of punishment that we are going to engage in as a result of his
having escaped here," Carr
Appeared in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Jan. 11, 2002
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