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“A man by the name of Crego came stepping up to me,”
“It's me being out of employment," this to Crego I did say,”
“A man by the name of Crego come steppin 'up to me,”
“Niagara County District Attorney Michael J. Violante requested the warrant from the governor's office to bring Crego back.”
“Once back here, Crego will face sentencing on assault charges from 2008, when he beat a man at a local bar.”
“Crego, 39, formerly of Sunset Drive, was found in suburban Terre Haute after he posted his whereabouts on his Facebook and MySpace pages.”
“Police Chief Larry Eggert said the paperwork should be completed soon on the Governor's Warrant that was requested to bring Crego from Indiana.”
“Everything should be done within a week," Eggert said Friday night of the process to bring Crego back.”
“Detectives started looking for Crego on the internet and found a Facebook page and a MySpace account, both of which listed his current residence as Terre Haute, Indiana, and his place of employment as a tattoo parlor called Body Art Ink. Using this information, US Marshals in Indiana easily tracked Crego down.”
“Crego was previously arrested in the fall of 2009, in New York, for assault, to which he pled guilty and promptly fled the state.”
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