Monday, October 28, 2013

Man Sought in South Side Robberies Turns Himself In to Police

Kajuan Knox, 23, a suspect in multiple robberies
that occurred in Easton's South Side neighborhood
earlier this month, turned himself in to
authorities this afternoon, police report.
Contributed photo

Kajuan Knox, 21, of Palmer Township, surrendered to a Northampton County Sheriff early this afternoon and is currently in the custody of the Easton Police Department. Knox had been sought by the EPD for approximate two weeks in connection with robberies that occurred in the South Side section of Easton, one of which occurred at a home that was also searched by police earlier this week.

A police search seeking Knox early in the morning of October 17 at 3104 Vermont Ave. in Palmer Township failed to find him, but police discovered a quantity of illegal drugs and weapons at the residence instead.

Alden Grange, 23,, who had also been sought as suspect in the South Side robbery incidents, turned himself in to the Easton Police Department later that day.

Knox, who was taken into custody without incident today, had been considered armed and dangerous by authorities.

He is scheduled to be arraigned today in front of District Magistrate Daniel Corpora. Easton Police Inspector Daniel Reagan said Knox faces charges of conspiracy, robbery, and reckless endangerment.

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