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Man considered 'armed and dangerous' arrested in Alabama

Police believe he's driving a homicide victim's car
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Posted at 2:16 PM, Aug 03, 2022
and last updated 2022-08-03 17:33:39-04

GREEN BAY (NBC 26)  — UPDATE: Green Bay Police report that the search for a man that was connected to a homicide and believed to be driving a stolen car has been taken into custody in Alabama.

The man is no longer considered armed and dangerous.

Police say the arrest happened around 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon. The vehicle has also been located.

This remains an ongoing investigation.
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ORIGINAL STORY:

Police are searching for a man considered "armed and dangerous," who is accused of driving a homicide victim's car.

Green Bay Police responded to a residence on Packerland Drive for a report of a welfare check Tuesday. Police found a person dead at the scene and the investigation is being handled as a homicide.

Investigators learned that the victim’s car was missing from the scene and police have labeled the vehicle as stolen. The car is described as a blue, 2013 Ford Fiesta with Wisconsin registration 207-HUH.

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The victim's car was seen being driven in the Packerland Drive area shortly after the time police believe the homicide happened.

Investigators believe the person driving the car is Caleb Anderson. He is described as 5'11," 200 pounds from Iron County, Michigan. Anderson was last known to be in the Greenville, Alabama area. Green Bay Police said investigators are in contact with local officials that are actively looking for him and the vehicle.

If anyone sees the vehicle or Anderson, police say to call 911. He should be considered armed and dangerous.

If you have information about the Packerland incident, please call 920-448-3200 referring report number 22-241402. If you wish to remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward, contact the Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers by phone (920) 432-7867, through their website at www.432stop.com, or by downloading the P3 app through Google play or App store.