U.S. Marshals working with the Raleigh Police department arrested a man wanted for murder in Wisconsin.
RALEIGH, N.C. -
U.S. Marshals working with the Raleigh Police department
arrested a man wanted for murder in Wisconsin.
U.S. Marshals and the Raleigh Police Department Fugitive
Unit arrested Trenton Lavon Bean, 22, Tuesday morning at a home in the 3000
block of Piedmont Drive in Raleigh.
Bean was wanted by the Milwaukee Police Department for his
role in connection with a June 14 shooting that left one man dead.
U.S. Marshals say Bean and the victim were involved in a
verbal altercation on June 14 over a robbery Bean allegedly committed. During
the argument, Bean shot the victim twice with a revolver and left him to die in
Official say Bean then fled the area, and U.S. Marshals in
Milwaukee referred the case to the Raleigh office of the Violent Fugitive Task
After a local investigation, Bean was tracked to the home on
Piedmont Drive, where he was arrested.
Bean is being held in the Wake County Detention Center
pending his return to Milwaukee.