A fugitive who was wanted for murder in Texas was arrested in Montgomery County Tuesday night.
Donald Brown, 34, was taken into custody after a deputy pulled him over for following another vehicle to closely.
“I saw him leave his vehicle and try to run,” Deputy Chris Bedell said. “I tried taking him into custody, but he fought me, slamming me into a brick wall. I was finally able to subdue him and take him into custody.”
Brown gave officers a false name when he was booked into the Montgomery County Jail, but he was identified after his fingerprints were taken.
According to warrants from Dallas County, Texas, Brown was wanted for a murder that happened on September 25, 2012.
He reportedly asked a man for money before stabbing him several times. The victim attempted to flee, but collapsed and later died from his injuries at a local hospital.
Brown also faces multiple charges in Montgomery County including aggravated assault, evading arrest and criminal impersonation.