State police arrested a Rochester teen who was wanted on an array of felony charges in Wayne County.
Javyon Ogden, 18, who was sought by Wayne County Court for multiple felonies including burglary and assault, was arrested in Rochester and now faces additional charges.
State Troopers, assisting US Marshals, apprehended Ogden on Monday afternoon during a traffic stop on Dewey Ave.
The fugitive was wanted on eight counts of burglary, three counts of assault, and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon.
During his arrest, Ogden was found carrying a defaced handgun loaded with 16 rounds of ammunition, leading to four more felony counts of criminal possession of a weapon.
Following his apprehension, Ogden was taken to Monroe County Jail for arraignment on the new charges.
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