BALTIMORE (WUSA9) -- Baltimore police have arrested their "Public Enemy Number One" after a three-day-long search.
Thursday morning at 4:50, police say they arrested Capone Chase, who was wanted for the murder of Ramon Rodriguez.
Police credit tips from the public for leading them to Chase. He was found in the 1500 block of Pennsylvania Avenue.
Police say on July 13, Capone Chase lured Ramon Rodriguez to the 4000 block of Gough Street to kill him of killing him on a public playground.
Police called Chase Baltimore's Public Enemy Number One on July 22 due to the location and nature of the crime.