This young thug pictured above is named D’Alcapone Alpacino Morris. His mother and father must have been on some straight thug life because this doomed 21 year old was just captured after being Public Enemy #1:
The man U.S. Marshals called “Public Enemy, No. 1”, is no longer a threat. Officials arrested D’Alcapone Alpacino Morris on Tuesday, August 25, in the 3-thousand block of Nicholas Road in Dayton. Morris was wanted in connection to the…… June 3rd murder, of Richard Pogue Jr. U.S. Marshal Joshua Hillard said they’ve been looking for him ever since. Morris was found hiding underneath insulation in the attic of a home. “He was completely buried,” said Hillard. “When we reached in and grabbed him, we made sure we had a number of officers holding onto both his hands. He was yanked pretty quickly out of that insulation. He didn’t have time to resist”.
Morris was booked into the Montgomery County Jail and is expected in court later this week. He is charged with murder, assault, robbery, burglary, and kidnapping. If convicted, Morris faces 96 years to life behind bars.
When we say that he was “set up to fail,” that is an understatement. SMH