BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Two women, one an ex-teacher, that have been on the run for quite some time now were found and arrested Saturday.
U. S. Marshal Charles Salina of the Western District of New York announces the apprehension of former South Buffalo Charter School teacher, Cara Dickey.
RELATED-2009 | Dickey pleaded guilty to Rape in the 2nd degree back in April 2009 after she was charged with having a sexual relationship with a minor/student at the school where she worked.
After she served approximately three years in the New York State Department of Corrections facility, she was released and was put under the NYSDOCC Supervision.
Dickey's partner Candice Brighon was also on NYSDOCC Supervision; on January 9th, 2013, both women failed to report and escaped from Supervision.
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Action was instantly taken on January 10th from United Sates Marshals Service (USMS) for the Western District of New York (WDNY) Violent Felony Task Force (VFTF) who began aiding the fugitive investigation.
Following a thorough search for the women lasting more than a month, Dickey and Brighon were found and arrested on February 16th, in a motel in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.
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