On Friday, March 22, a U.S. Marshals task force arrested a Baltimore murder suspect in Winston-Salem, N.C. Michael Wesley is accused of stabbing Rachel Curtis, 31, who was found March 14. He allegedly torched a car to try to destroy evidence of the crime. U.S. Marshal Mike Potter, who supervised the task force that captured Wesley, says Wesley was under surveillance at a house when he made his way to a bus station. There four marshals removed some of their gear to try to get to Wesley "without making too much of a scene." But Wesley saw the lawmen coming and ducked out the back door, down an alley, and into a restaurant where, Potter says, "he was making his way toward the back to try to go out through the kitchen" when the deputy marshals caught up to him. Wesley, who police say has a history of domestic violence, faces first-degree murder charges.