NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) - The long arm of the law has caught up with a man police say is responsible for a murder in Niagara Falls last August.
Matthew Davis, III was being sought for the August 23, 2011 murder of Antoine Bradberry on Rainbow Boulevard in Niagara Falls. Police say Davis killed Bradberry after the victim caught Davis in his home, attempting to rob him.
Authorities caught the 36-year-old in West Virginia Tuesday night. U.S. Marshals swooped in and made the arrest. Davis has been charged with second degree murder, first degree burglary and first degree robbery.
He is currently being held in Taylor County, West Virginia. Davis waived his extradition hearing and will likely be brought back to the Falls sometime next week.
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