WAKE FOREST — A U.S. Marshal's task force, working in Wake and Franklin counties, has arrested two men and a woman wanted for armed robberies in Maryland, and Wake Forest police charged one of the men with having a fully automatic rifle when they captured him.
The Violent Fugitive Task Force for the state eastern federal court district arrested Jeramy Kishan Bradshaw, 24, in the parking lot at a Lowe’s Home Improvement store Friday morning after following him from a Wake Forest home, marshal’s service spokesman Bryan Koenig said.
Bradshaw had a fully automatic SKS assault rifle in his vehicle, officials said, and Wake Forest police charged him with having a weapon of mass destruction.
Koenig said Bradshaw’s brother, Deontre, and a his girlfriend, Brittney Dudding, were arrested by the task force and Franklin County sheriff’s deputies after a chase that began after task force officers followed the two from the same house in Wake Forest and ended in Youngsville.
The case involved arrest warrants from Calvert and St. Mary’s counties in Maryland, where the marshal’s service had gathered information that shifted the search to Wake Forest, Koenig said.
Jeramy Bradshaw had been sought in connection with a home invasion, Koenig said.
Jeramy Bradshaw was being held without bail Monday at the Wake County Detention Center.
U.S. Marshal’s Service task forces combine federal, state and local officers to track down suspects who have fled from authorities who have charged them.