RAHMAEL HOLT: What we know about arrest of suspect in New Ken officer's shooting

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Rahmael Sal Holt, the man suspected in the shooting death of New Kensington police Officer Brian Shaw, was captured Tuesday morning.

STORY: Suspect in shooting death of New Kensington police officer in custody

Here’s what we know about the end to the days-long manhunt: 

  • Rahmael Sal Holt was arrested about 5 a.m. Tuesday at a home on Ladora Way in Hazelwood after law enforcement agencies received a tip.
  • Authorities told Channel 11’s Rick Earle that Holt first showed up at a home in Duquesne on Saturday, the day after the shooting during a traffic stop.
  • On Monday, Holt left the home in Duquesne and went to the home in Hazelwood where he was arrested Tuesday.
  • Holt surrendered peacefully Tuesday morning after a SWAT team surrounded the home in Hazelwood.
  • In addition to Holt, seven other people -- including Holt’s mother -- were arrested on charges such as hindering apprehension.
  • Holt was arraigned at Pittsburgh Municipal Court and a judge denied bond. After the arraignment, police escorted him out of the building in Shaw’s handcuffs.
  • From Pittsburgh Municipal Court, Holt was taken to the magistrate’s office in New Kensington before being booked into the Westmoreland County Prison.

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