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NEW YORK - During the week of September 1st through 5th, 2014 New York State police Investigators of the Violent Felony Warrant Squad assigned to SP-Manhattan and detailed with the United States Marshal's Service NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task, took part in the following fugitive apprehensions:
- Tavon Nelson, 07/25/85, 15 Loring Avenue, Yonkers, N.Y. - Wanted by the U.S. Marshal's Service in the Southern District of N.Y. on an outstanding warrant as a Probation Violator. His original charge was Narcotics Conspiracy.
- Jimmy Estevez, 03/29/90, 2280 Olinville Avenue #405, Bronx, N.Y. -Wanted on a warrant by the Drug Enforcement Agency in Hartford, CT on Federal Drug Conspiracy charges.
- Anthony Pittman, 03/12/87, 1825 Eastchester Road #430, Bronx, N.Y. - Wanted by the N.Y. State Division of Parole on an outstanding warrant as a Parole Absconder. His original charge was rape 2nd Degree.
- Nichole Cross, 08/24/93, 800 Winchester Road, E. Syracuse, N.Y. - Wanted by the City of Syracuse P.D. on an outstanding warrant for Robbery 1st Degree and Hindering Prosecution 1st Degree.
- John Kosmetatos, 02/23/87, 211 Kinne Street #3, E/ Syracuse, N.Y. - Wanted by the City of Syracuse P.D. on an outstanding warrant for Murder 2nd Degree, Robbery 1st Degree and Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd Degree.
- Sylvia Lopez, 09/17/85, 1665 Monroe Avenue #3C, Bronx, N.Y. -Wanted by the Orange County Sheriff's Department on an outstanding warrant for Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance 3rd Degree.
- John Tamle, 12/24/57, 50-55 Northwest 7T, Miami, Florida - Wanted by the U.S. Marshal's Service in the Eastern District of N.Y. on an outstanding warrant for Murder 2nd Degree and Criminal Possession of a Weapon 2nd Degree.
All fugitives apprehended were turned over to the respective wanting agencies.