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Police bring latest 'Public Enemy No. 1' into custody
Police bring latest 'Public Enemy No. 1' into custody

A 22-year-old Baltimore man being sought by police in a murder case and setting fire to the home of his alleged victim's relatives was taken into custody without incident in Brooklyn late Friday. Charles Henson, dubbed "Public Enemy No. 1" by Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts two days earlier, was captured in the 3800 block of Fifth St. Police said they received numerous tips, one of which led to his location. "When he looked out the window and saw our helicopter shining that spotlight on him tonight, I think that was just enough for him to throw his hands in the air and give up," said Deputy Police commissioner Kevin Davis. Henson, who was out on bail after...