The suspect in a Waterloo murder case is in an Arizona jail awaiting extradition to Iowa. Fugitive Ramale Hunt was captured by police in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale on Friday shortly after authorities learned he was hiding out in an apartment complex. The 20-year-old Hunt had been on the run since the fatal shooting of a man outside a downtown Waterloo bar last spring. 20-year-old Robert Robinson was shot in the head as he left the Uptown Lounge on June 6th. Waterloo police issued a warrant for Hunt’s arrest a month later after identifying him as the suspect. Last week, Arizona officials received an anonymous tip that Hunt was in the Phoenix area. Glendale police then surrounded the apartment and Hunt surrendered a short time later, without incident.
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