LOXLEY, Ala. (WALA) - Loxley Police in Alabama, along with the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office, have arrested a man wanted by the Hamilton County, Ind., Sheriff's Office since 2012.
Aaron Massey, 38, allegedly kidnapped a 38-year-old woman and her child. The two have been missing since September 2012.
The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office called Massey one of their "most wanted." He was convicted in an August 2006 incident in which he was accused of holding a woman hostage and telling police he had put explosives around the home.
After serving his sentence, he was on probation in a work release program when police said on May 21, 2012, he didn't return to the Community Corrections facility after work.
Loxley Police tell WISH-TV's sister station, WALA-TV, that their office received intelligence that Massey along with the mother and child were in the Loxley area, staying at one of the hotels.
Loxley Police apprehended Massey Wednesday night and also found the missing mother and her child. The charges pending from Hamilton County include unlawful imprisonment, kidnapping and rape.
Massey has been booked into the Baldwin County Corrections Facility, charged with fugitive from justice for escape. He is awaiting extradition to Indiana.
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