MMA fighter wanted on murder charges captured

MMA fighter wanted on murder charges captured

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office's initial tweet about Sunday's escape said Marks was facing three "pending murder charges", but it didn't immediately respond to requests for further information about those charges.

Two murder warrants were issued for Marks. The two were last seen alive on January 4 before their bodies were found in Clearview, Okla., on January 15.

Cedric Marks is seen in the video shirtless while wearing trousers that appear to be part of an orange prison jumpsuit.

The protective order says Scott and Cedric Marks began dating in August of 2015.

Marks is now charged with burglary of a habitation with the intent to commit another felony after he allegedly broke into Scott's home in August, the Temple Daily News reported. Police described Marks as extremely unsafe.

An arrest affidavit said Maxwell, who became a person of interest because she said she last saw Swearingin's vehicle, admitted she took the 2016 Hyundai Genesis to Austin and left it there to hide it from law enforcement agencies.

Police in Minnesota said Marks remained a person of interest in the 2009 disappearance of April Pease, who was the mother of another of his children.

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Cedric Joseph Marks, 44, was taken into custody after an "exhausting 9 hour manhunt" involving multiple local and federal agencies, the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office wrote on Facebook. The Washington state woman had accused him of domestic violence.

Bell County officials are working out plans to bring Marks back to Bell County, Maj. She went missing in March 2009 while living in a women's shelter in Bloomington, and Marks got custody of their son.

Marks has not been named as a suspect in the disappearance of Scott and Swearingin.

The woman who voluntarily admitted she drove a Swearingin's auto to Austin with the hope of concealing it from law enforcement agencies was extradited to Bell County.

Maya Maxwell was charged with evidence tampering and jailed in Texas on a $US150,000 ($209,880) bond. It was found abandoned in the city on January 6.

Ginell McDonough (left), 37, who is Marks' wife and the mother of two of his two children, is jailed in Muskegon County, Michigan, on an obstruction of justice charge. His last fight was in September.

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