Another criminal is behind bars, thanks to a WXYZ viewer tip.
The Detroit Fugitive Apprehension Team arrested Keith Dewberry, who was wanted for drug trafficking across state lines.
The task force found Dewberry at a home on Healy Ave. in Detroit. They said he was using a fake Texas ID.
Dewberry has a long criminal history. He was caught with a number of prescription painkillers. Ohio State Police say they busted the 44-year-old after a drug dog alerted them during a traffic stop. Dewberry had Oxycodone pills stashed in his possession, police say. Police believe this was not an isolated incident, but instead part of a trafficking pipeline that moves more than just drugs.
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"There’s a drug epidemic affecting America and a lot of those drugs travel from Michigan through Ohio to Florida, West Virginia," said Deputy Justin Efthemiou.
Dewberry is no stranger illegal activity
"Dewberry has a very lengthy criminal history of carrying concealed weapons – numerous gun charges and numerous drug-dealing type of activities," Efthemiou said.
Police say he was charged in Ohio, then took off, heading right back home to metro Detroit.
As always, there's a cash reward for tips leading to fugitive arrests. You can call the U.S. Marshals anytime at (313) 234-5656.