As all eyes are fixated on Pennsylvania manhunt, a DC homicide suspect is on the run and off the radar

WASHINGTON (AP) — Whereas the nation has been transfixed by the two-week manhunt for escaped prisoner Danelo Souza Cavalcante in Pennsylvania, one other fugitive drama has been taking part in out within the nation’s capital with comparatively minimal consideration.

Christopher Haynes has been on the run for per week, since escaping from police custody at George Washington College Hospital on Sept. 6. Haynes, 30, had been arrested earlier within the day on homicide prices referring to an Aug. 12 capturing within the district. His escape prompted a several-hour shelter-in-place order final week for the whole GW campus and temporary roadblocks on close by streets.

Cavalcante, a 34-year-old Brazilian nationwide who was convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend, was captured Wednesday morning in southeastern Pennsylvania after an prolonged pursuit that obtained wall-to-wall stay protection. Haynes continues to be at massive and awaits a trial.