Man connected to Hovey Street murders back in custody

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The man who disappeared while serving a part of his 10-year sentence for the Hovey Street killings is back in jail.

U.S. Marshals, working with the IMPD Violent Crimes Unit, captured Tommy Warren around 4 p.m. Monday.

Warren had been on the run since walking away from work release on March 7th after being given a medical pass.

Marshals and IMPD’s VCU had worked several days in an intensive manhunt to locate Warren. Once located in the 800 block of Riley Avenue, Warren attempted to hide in home’s attic before being taken into custody in a back bedroom without incident.

A second man, Antonio Berry, 26 of Indianapolis, was wanted on an unrelated cocaine charge and taken into custody.

A third person, Ashley Brown, 26 of Indianapolis, is believed to be Warren’s girlfriend. She was also taken into custody after she became uncooperative with police and for possession of what police believe is marijuana.

Warren was one of four men arrested and convicted for their roles in the 2008 killings of two mothers and two children.

Investigators say he was tracked through old friends and now faces an escape charge.

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