America's Most Wanted Nabs Bay Area Suspect

Wednesday, Nov 18, 2009  |  Updated 4:15 PM PDT
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America's Most Wanted Nabs Bay Area Suspect

A Hartford police officer under investigation for the beating of a suspect took his first steps toward retiring.

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Authorities have arrested a fugitive wanted in three Bay Area murders after his case was featured on "America's Most Wanted."
     
Twenty-five-year-old Rafael Campbell was wanted in the fatal shooting of a Berkeley man and the deaths of two others who were struck by the alleged getaway car on May 16.

Two suspects were arrested at the scene, and a third suspect was arrested two weeks later.

Authorities say the four men, members of an Oakland gang, killed Charles Davis to retaliate against Davis' family member. During a police chase, their Cadillac ran a stop sign and struck the car driven by Todd Perea and pedestrian Floyd Ross.

After being featured on a Nov. 7 episode of "America's Most Wanted," Campbell was located in Sacramento and taken into custody Tuesday at an apartment.

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