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Madison fugitive arrested for five warrants

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Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Friday, Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m., Drug Task Force (DTF) investigators received information that fugitive, Craig Lamar Solomon, Jr., 25, of Madison was a back seat passenger in a vehicle that was currently driving around in the City of Madison. DTF investigators, along with assistance from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office patrol division and officers from the Madison Police Department, were able to locate the vehicle confirming that Solomon was in fact inside the vehicle and conducted a felony traffic stop on Bentley Street.

Solomon was arrested without incident and charged with introduction of contraband in the county detention facility and five arrest warrants for possession of crack cocaine with intent to sell; sell of crack cocaine; felony battery; burglary; and disorderly conduct.

The driver was identified as Ryshard Smith Thompson, 26, of Madison. Thompson was also arrested after a concealed handgun was located under the driver seat of the vehicle. He was charged with concealed weapon, possession of firearm by convicted felon and introduction of contraband in county detention facility.

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