arrest frasierPADUCAH, KY (5/24/12) – For the past 3 months, area law enforcement agencies have been searching for a suspect that is suspected as being involved in numerous area residential burglaries.
Sheriff’s detectives learned that the suspect had gone to Michigan in an effort to hide from law enforcement about a month ago.
Arrest warrants were active for Aaron D. Fraser, 39, who is originally from the Paducah area and has been in Ballard, Carlisle, and McCracken Counties in Kentucky.
Ballard County Sheriff’s Deputies, on February 9, 2012, attempted to stop Fraser in Carlisle County. Fraser led the deputies on a 15-mile vehicle pursuit but was able to elude capture. Warrants for Fleeing or Evading 1st Degree and Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree were issued.
Warrants were issued in Ballard County by the sheriff’s department for Fraser relating to a residential burglary that occurred on April 01, 2012 at a residence in Wickliffe. Warrants were also issued for Fraser for 2nd Degree Burglary, Theft of Property under $10,000, and Theft of a Controlled Substance related to the burglary.
On April 11, McCracken County Sheriff’s detectives charged Fraser with committing a residential burglary on Lane Road in McCracken County, where a 50-inch plasma television was stolen.
On Thursday, detectives received a tip that Fraser would be arriving in Paducah around noon on a bus. Deputies hid in the area and, once identifying Fraser as he was exiting the bus, arrested him without incident.
Fraser was served with the above listed charges from the three counties. He is still a suspect in other area residential burglaries and additional charges may be filed at a later time.
Frazer is lodged at the McCracken County Regional Jail.
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