‘America’s Most Wanted’ Fugitive Michael Moore Arrested After Three-Hour Standoff With Florida Deputies

By  //  January 28, 2019

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ABOVE VIDEO: The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office was involved in a three-hour standoff with former “America’s Most Wanted” suspect and Virginia fugitive Michael Moore.

FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA (WFTV) – The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office was involved in a three-hour standoff with former “America’s Most Wanted” suspect and Virginia fugitive Michael Moore.

Flagler deputies were alerted Saturday that a license plate reader spotted a vehicle on Palm Coast Parkway that was reported stolen during an armed robbery in Virginia, Action News Jax reported.

According to the FCSO, deputies were able to locate the vehicle on Belle Terre Parkway and attempted a felony traffic stop.

Deputies say Moore eventually stopped the car on Beaverdam Lane but refused to exit the vehicle or comply with deputies’ commands.

FCSO established a perimeter and evacuated homes in the direct area.

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