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Crime Files : Norman Dyer UNDER ARREST

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB) –

Springfield Police tell us ABC 40′s Crime Files has led to the arrest of another suspect.

Norman Dyer, who was wanted for allegedly running down a bicyclist with a car, was picked up at 5pm Wednesday at the home of an acquaintance in Springfield.

Police Sergeant John Delaney says the arrest comes thanks to a tip from an ABC 40 viewer.

 

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB) –

Cops say Norman Dyer is a dangerous guy.

“When we’re talking gangs, guns and drugs, Norman Dyer represents all three,”explained Springfield Police Sergeant John Delaney.

Twenty two year old Dyer has a long history with Springfield Police. Now he’s wanted for running down a person on a bicycle.

“They ran him over with a car and then beat him with a handgun,” said Delaney.

Police locked up Dyer’s partner in that crime, now they’re trying to nab him.

“His street name is little apple, that’s how he’s known, especially well known in gangs,” said Delaney.

They believe Dyer is still in Hamden County and he needs to be locked up.

“You hear me saying all the time these people are armed and dangerous, This guy is at the top of the list,” added Delaney.

So keep your eye’s open in case you cross paths with this wanted criminal.

Your tip could help land him behind bars.

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