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Fugitive found hiding in clothes dryer in Warren

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WARREN, Ohio - A man wanted by Warren city police was found hiding in a clothes dryer Wednesday.

Tamarr Walker, 23, of Kenwood Drive was apprehended at an Autumn Drive home. He is now in Trumbull County Jail on $1 million bond.

When the marshals arrived at the home, they say they could hear people frantically running down the steps.

Marshals forced the front door open and went inside.

During a search of the home, officers noticed two feet sticking out from the clothes in the dryer. Inside they found Walker, who admitted that he was captured and he was placed into custody.

Two women at the home were cited as well. Ashonta Gore was arrested for obstructing justice. Saddie Williams was issued a court summons because of the small children she was caring for inside the house.

At the jail, an officer discovered a bag of pills in Walker's sock. Walker is held on felonious assault charges and several warrants for aggravated robbery and menacing.

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