A fugitive wanted on 12 warrants has been arrested hiding out in Anamosa. KWWL reports that U.S. Marshals and the Northern Iowa Task Force apprehended the man on Wednesday afternoon.

29-year-old Gabriel De Trace Taylor was wanted on 12 warrants and was wanted by both the Linn County Sheriff's Office and the FBI, according to KWWL. Taylor was wanted by the FBI on a charge of possession of a firearm by a felon. The Linn County Sheriff's Office wanted Taylor on multiple charges including,

  • Control of a firearm by a felon
  • Persons ineligible to carry a dangerous weapon
  • Two counts of unlawful possession of prescription drugs
  • Two counts of controlled substance violation
  • Eluding
  • Interference with official acts
  • Four counts of the Drug Tax Stamp

KWWL reports that investigators Taylor also has a violent criminal history. He reportedly has a juvenile murder conviction. Authorities arrested Taylor at around 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon at a home on the 400 block of Knoll Street in Anamosa. KWWL reports that Taylor attempted to flee from the home out a back door but was eventually taken into custody. He is currently being held in the Linn County Correctional Facility where he awaits his initial court appearance.

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