Pittsburgh homicide suspect captured in Seattle

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Federal marshals in Seattle have captured a man wanted for killing a woman in Pittsburgh. The U.S. Marshals Western Pennsylvania Task Force says it developed information on Thursday that 36-year-old Terrence Washington may be in Seattle. He was arrested without incident on Stone Avenue. Washington is wanted in Pittsburgh on criminal homicide and firearms charges stemming from the Nov. 10 slaying of 32-year-old Makeida Thompson. Thompson was gunned down in her home days before a final hearing on a temporary protection of abuse order that she had taken out against Washington. Washington is held pending an extradition hearing.