LEBANON, Ind. -- A man wanted for murder in Pennsylvania was arrested by police in Lebanon Friday night.
Police say around 8 p.m., they were called by the Williamsport, Pa. Police Department that their suspect in a murder case was at the Americas Best Value Inn.
Members of the Boone County Special Response Team and Lebanon Police Department arrested Edward Heck, 49, on a criminal homicide warrant. Police say he surrendered peacefully.
Heck will be held in the Boone County Jail until he is extradited to authorities in Pennsylvania.
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