FLORIDA - State police at Fultonville said troopers found a Syracuse man wanted on several felony counts in New Haven, Conn., on Monday after officers pulled him over for moving from a lane unsafely and a window tint violation.
Emanuel G. Quinones, 24, was driving the vehicle without a valid license and only had an identification card from Puerto Rico, troopers said. After an investigation, police said, troopers learned Quinones was wanted on eight felony charges in New Haven, Conn.
The charges are: first-degree assault, possession of narcotics, sale of narcotics near a school, sale of illegal drugs, having a controlled substance within 1,500 feet of a school, conspiracy to commit possession of narcotics, conspiracy narcotics sale near school and conspiracy to have a controlled substance within 1,500 feet of a school.
Troopers moved Quinones to the Fonda barracks to confirm his identity. His total bond amounts in both New Haven,?Conn. and Fonda were more than $500,000.
Quinones was then moved to the Fultonville barracks where he was charged with a felony count of being a fugitive from justice. He was arraigned in the Town Court and is being held in the Montgomery County Jail on no bail.
Quinones is scheduled to be handed to the New Haven Police Department.