A man wanted in North Carolina was arrested and extradited in Stamford Tuesday morning, Stamford Police Capt. Richard Conklin said Wednesday.
According to Conklin, Stamford authorities were notified by U.S. Marshals that a suspected identified as Andre Jerrod Rollins, 28, of Allendale Drive in Greenville, NC, had been located in the city.
Rollins had allegedly beat his 30-year-old girlfriend about the face earlier in March before holding her against her will at gunpoint for a period of time.
Rollins was taken into custody in a joint effort by the Stamford Police and U.S. Marshals at approximately 8:30 a.m. at an address in the first block of Sherman Street without incident and charged with being a fugitive from justice, Conklin said.He was held on a $1 million bond, the captain said.
Harris Jackson, 26, Piave St., charged early Wednesday with violation of probation.
Clifton H. Odonoghue, 26, of Franklin St. in Brooklyn, NY, charged Wednesday morning with failure to respond to an infraction.
Jerome Earl Parham, 47, of Pacific St., charged Tuesday afternoon with fourth-degree larceny, conspiracy to commit fourth-degree larceny and two counts second-degree forgery.
Kristoffer Tauno Wirkki, 33, of Van Buskirk Ave., charged Tuesday morning with interfering with an emergency call disorderly conduct, second-degree threatening, two counts third-degree strangulation and two counts second-degree criminal mischief.