Pittsburgh homicide suspect caught in Seattle | TribLIVE.com

A Pittsburgh man wanted on homicide charges for allegedly killing a woman in November was apprehended Thursday in Seattle.

Terrence Washington, 36, was arrested without incident by a U.S. Marshals Task Force, Seattle police and the King County Sheriff’s Department, reported Phil Cornelious, chief deputy U.S. marshal of the Western District of Pennsylvania.

Washington was wanted on charges of criminal homicide and firearms violations in connection with the Nov. 10 killing of Makeida Thompson in East Liberty.

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