U.S. Marshals Service: Lexington Fugitive Caught

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Updated: 5/15/2013 6:16 pm
A fugitive from Lexington, who had been on the summer of 2012, has been captured, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.

Authorities won't say where John Buckley IV was caught, but said he is in custody. Investigators said Buckley cut off a monitoring bracelet on his ankle and walked away from the justice center in Downtown Lexington in July of 2012, right before a jury came back with a guilty verdict against him in a sexual assault case.
 
The former Army Ranger had been on the run ever since. The search took investigators as far west as Colorado and Wyoming.
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