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Nyron Erickson now in police custody
More than six months after he was named a fugitive, Nyron Erickson has turned himself into the Road Town Police Station.
Police Information Officer Akia Thomas confirmed Erickson walked in shortly after 4 pm today, Sunday, August 30.
“I can confirm that a male, wanted by the police had turned himself in. He is presently in police custody at the Road Town Police Station,” Thomas said.
She added: “Investigations are ongoing.”
It is not clear what offences he allegedly committed or the circumstances surrounding his escape from lawful custody.
The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force issued its first bulletin seeking the public’s help in locating Erickson back in February.
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