Longtime “Most Wanted” Fugitive Arrested in Eastern Iowa
A man who had been wanted for 17 years has been arrested in the Hawkeye state.
OPMG says Darryl Leandra Grigsby (Photo Here) had been wanted since 2000 when he violated a supervised release. The release was in Rhode Island and followed a bank robbery seven years before. He was wanted for assault, aggravated assault, attempted armed robbery, and attempted rape.
The U.S. Marshals Service says was arrested in Dyersville Tuesday, according to Army Times. He'd been on the U.S. Army's Most Wanted" list. He had reportedly used six different aliases during his 17 years on the run.
Grigsby is being held in the Linn County Jail in Cedar Rapids.