FBI, St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office arrest Georgia murder fugitive and his wife, according to Sheriff Mascara
St. Lucie County Sheriff's investigators and FBI agents Thursday night arrested a 37-year-old man wanted for murder in Georgia, along with his wife who was charged with child neglect, according to Sheriff Ken J. Mascara.
"Our agency enjoys a close working relationship with the FBI office in our area," Sheriff Mascara said. "The close cooperation between our two agencies made Thursday night's arrests possible."
Norman Bagley (DOB 2/26/75), and his wife Deidre Reynolds, 31, of 1855 Grand Ave., Port St. Lucie, were arrested in the parking lot of 10658 S.W. Village Parkway in Tradition, Port St. Lucie, 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
"The FBI asked for our assistance in apprehending Mr. Bagley, who was considered a potentially dangerous defendant," Sheriff Mascara said. Deputies from the Sheriff's Office's Special Investigations Unit and Warrants Unit, accompanied by FBI agents, took the two into custody after they got into the car.
Port St. Lucie police were also deployed nearby to assist.
Reynolds was charged with child neglect for leaving her 10-, 7-, 4- and 3-year-old children at home with no adult supervision.
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Norman Bagley, wanted for murder in Georgia, arrested Thursday night
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