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After nearly two months of evading the police, fugitive Eric Frein was captured late Thursday and delivered back to the barracks where he started his crime spree. Frein surrendered to federal marshals after police cornered him in an abandoned airport in the Poconos Mountains, ending a two month manhunt that began last September. Federal authorities turned Frein over to State Police who handcuffed him in the trooper’s handcuffs that he murdered. A armed police caravan brought Frein back to Blooming Grove, where he is awaiting his arraignment and transfer to a Pike County detention facility.