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Suspect in Fargo Casey's armed robbery captured in Moorhead

MOORHEAD - U.S. Marshals and police on Thursday arrested the second suspect in the Oct. 15 armed robbery of a Casey's General Store at 2701 S. University Drive in Fargo.

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David Davon McAfee

MOORHEAD – U.S. Marshals and police on Thursday arrested the second suspect in the Oct. 15 armed robbery of a Casey’s General Store at 2701 S. University Drive in Fargo.

Authorities arrested David Davon McAfee outside of Little Caesars Pizza, 800 Holiday Drive, in the afternoon and took him to Clay County Jail.

He awaits extradition to Cass County, where he faces a felony Class A charge of conspiracy to commit robbery.

Fargo police had been looking for McAfee since at least early December. On Thursday, they asked for help from the U.S. Marshals Service’s High Plains Fugitive Task Force, the U.S. Marshals Service said in a news release. An investigation by task force officers quickly led them to McAfee.

Fargo police arrested the other suspect in the robbery, Dejon Capri Fouther, in December. Fouther is charged with felony Class B robbery and his next court date is March 17.

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