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Fugitive Captured

On Friday, September 3, 2015, the Hartford Police and United States Marshal's Violent Fugitive Task Force developed investigative information as to a possible location of wanted shooting suspect Aaron Taylor. At approximately 7:00pm members of the Fugitive Task Force, Hartford Shooting Task Force, Hartford Vice & Narcotics Division, CT State Police, East Hartford Police, Homeland Security Investigations and FBI Northern CT Violent Gang Task Force, surrounded the target address of 22H Jaidee Drive in East Hartford, CT. Occupants of the apartment were initially resistant, but were quickly overcome.

Located on the second floor and taken into custody after a brief struggle, was accused Aaron J. Taylor. In plain view in close proximity to Taylor were two large caliber revolvers. The apartment was secured for a thorough search by search warrant.

It is believed the suspect vehicle used, a black Nissan Maxima, was recovered / seized on Jaidee Drive.
Also arrested (by CT State Police assigned to the Shooting Task Force) was Lanatrica Terry, F/B/38 (DOB 5/4/77), of 22H Jaidee Drive, East Hartford, for Hindering Prosecution, Interfering w/ Police and Risk of Injury to a Minor (3 counts).

Accused Taylor was wanted on two Felony warrants for two shootings;

Warrant #1;
#15-15639; 932 Capitol Avenue, occurring 05/24/15
Charges; Criminal Attempt to Commit Murder and Assault 1st Degree
Warrant #2;
#15-15640; 398 Garden Street, occurring 05/25/15

Charges; Criminal Attempt to Commit Murder and Assault 1st Degree
Aaron Taylor was take to HPD Major Crimes Division and the booked. He is being held on a $1.35 Million dollar bond.

Aaron Taylor II

Reward for Information Leading to Arrest

A reward in the amount of $5,000 is being offered for information directly leading to the capture of wanted felon, Aaron Taylor.

Aaron Taylor II

The Hartford Police Department has information that Aaron Taylor; a suspect wanted for at least two shootings in Hartford, has returned and is active in the region. Detectives had information that Taylor was out of the State. However, recent information is that Taylor is in the Hartford Region.

Aaron Taylor, 12/17/89, of Windsor, CT has active arrest warrants for two shootings that occurred on May 24, 2015.The first, at 932 Capital Avenue, where he is to have allegedly shot Pastor Augustus Sealy. Minutes later he was at 402 Garden Street where he allegedly shot Robert Jones. He is currently charged with Criminal Attempt to Commit Murder and Assault in the First Degree in both cases. The warrant carries a 1.35 million dollar judge set bond. Taylor operated a black Nissan Maxima in these incidents although the marker plate is not known at this time. He is a convicted felon with several previous firearm offenses. Use caution with Taylor as the firearm in this incident has NOT been recovered, and he has extremely violent tendencies. Please do not approach him.

If you have information regarding his whereabouts, please do not hesitate to call police. Immediate and active information should be handled with a 911 call. General information should be directed to the Hartford Police Department, Lieutenant Bandon O'Brien at (860) 757-4089.

Anonymous tips can be submitted to the right of the website.

Search Warrant Arrest

On September 2, 2015, at 6:50pm, the Hartford Police Department Vice & Narcotic Detectives, executed a search warrant at 46 Allen Place with the assistance of the local federal DEA Task Force. HPD Detectives were able to obtain credible information that there was an individual packaging and selling illegal narcotics from an apartment at this address. A search of the apartment interior was conducted, revealing one firearm, U.S Currency, a large amount of raw unpackaged and packaged heroin as well as packaging material. The raw heroin had a street value of approximately $40,000 thousand dollars. Raw unpackaged Cocaine, bagged Crack and Marijuana were also located. The occupant of the residence, later identified as Alize Alvarado, 18, of Hartford, CT was placed under arrest for various firearm and narcotic charges and transported to the Hartford Police Booking facility for processing.

$34,785 in U.S Currency
Smith & Wesson .38 Revolver
500 grams of raw heroin
200 grams of powder cocaine
15 grams of crack
139 bags of heroin
8 grams of marijuana
Packaging materials

Arrested: Alize Alvarado, 18, of Hartford, CT
1. Possession of Narcotics
2. Possession with intent to sell 1500 Ft of a school
3. Possession with intent to sell Narcotics
4. Improper storage of a firearm
5. Reckless endangerment
6. Operating a drug factory
7. Possession of controlled substance

46 allen place

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