Atlanta TV News Crew Spots Escaped Murder Suspect and Records Arrest

A screen grab taken from a WSB-TV newscast shows J’ssan Carlos Strover’s arrest.
Two television journalists at Georgia captured a suspected murderer throughout a statewide manhunt. J’ssan Carlos Strover, 20, escaped from custody while handcuffed, shackled, and so forth. Adding additional daring to his first accomplishment, Strover has been directed during the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, among the busiest transport hubs in each of the United States. According to police, Strover promptly pushed his way past two Arizona sheriff’s deputies after his leg restraints were eliminated so as to walk him up into the airport rental car center.
“At the time, there were just two Maricopa County deputies with him. In the stage they proceeded outthey eliminated the leg restraints to escort him down the steps, and at that point he pushed them outside ,” Fulton County Sheriff Patrick Labat told reporters on Thursday. “He pushed past the Maricopa County deputies, and this guy went down a set of stepsacross this very street to the wood line.”
Sergeant Monica Bretado together using the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office advised that extradition officers were taking Strover back to Arizona to a murder warrant out of Phoenix when he escaped near a tram then disappeared into a nearby wooded area.
The call for his capture quickly went out across the ether:

BE ON THE LOOK OUT for escaped fugitive, Jssan Carlos Strover wanted in Maricopa County, Arizona for first degree murder, try to commit first degree murder, and aggravated assault. He had been seen in College Park, GA near the Atlanta Airport in handcuffs.
— Fulton County Sheriff’s Office (@FultonSheriff) April 29, 2021

Update: The 20 year-old fugitive was seen handcuffed at a White T-Shirt, Black Sweatpants, and Navy Blue Jacket.
— Fulton County Sheriff’s Office (@FultonSheriff) April 29, 2021

UPDATE: An active, multi-agency manhunt is underway in College Park, GA to an escaped fugitive wanted on murder charges out of Maricopa County, AZ. 20-year-old, 6’3″, 150 lb Jssan Carlos Strover was originally arrested by the United States Marshals Service.
— Fulton County Sheriff’s Office (@FultonSheriff) April 29, 2021

The operation is directed by Fulton County Sheriff’s Office and Atlanta Police Department, with assistance in the Clayton County Sheriff, Clayton County PD, College Park PD, Fulton County Schools Police, & the U.S. Marshals.
— Fulton County Sheriff’s Office (@FultonSheriff) April 29, 2021

The news of Strover’s escape and wanted state also made its approach to people who earn a living to the broadcast waves.
Atlanta ABC affiliate WSB-TV reporter Matt Johnson and photojournalist Joe Booker were putting up their Thursday night story when Strover ran past their live truck.
The cops were then called. The news team recorded the arrest.
“We had been driving, we saw somebody run in front of usgo into the forests,” Johnson said in a follow up report. “We needed to look at ourselves and say’Did that just happen?’ We simply didn’t believe there was a chance, 14 hours later, this defendant was in the area, but that’s just what the scenario was. We created a quick U-turn, we flagged down the closest police officer, let him know the circumstance. He ran across the road, got the defendant to surrender.”
Body camera video captured what occurred in the officer’s perspective:

Strover is said to have murdered 32-year-old Walter Wood in late February. The deceased man’s family advised the regional Fox affiliate in Phoenix they had been”mad and disappointed” over the day-long escape.
Bretado stated Maricopa County, Ariz.. Sheriff Paul Penzone is working with officials at Fulton County, Georgia, and will commence”an internal inspection of the procedure and episode to ascertain factors contributing to this escape.”
J’ssan Carlos Strover is seen in an Atlanta Police Department mugshot.The post Atlanta TV News Crew Spots Escaped Murder Suspect and Records Arrest initially appeared on Law & Crime.