Florida man wanted for murder, found in Town of Dickinson

By Amy Khuu

Florida man wanted for murder, found in Town of Dickinson

August 11, 2014 Updated Aug 11, 2014 at 9:47 PM EST

Town of Dickinson, NY (WBNG Binghamton) A man wanted for murder in the state of Florida is found in a local hotel in the Town of Dickinson.

Broome County deputies arrested 28-year-old Taurezs Leigh Bullock Monday morning.

Deputies were conducting surveillance at a local hotel, looking for a felony suspect in an unrelated case.

Deputies stopped Bullock's vehicle because the car was similar to the unrelated felony suspect. Upon investigation, heroin and a scale was found inside Bullock's vehicle.

Deputies said Bullock gave a fake name and license, but was ultimately identified through his fingerprints.

During the investigation, Bullock gave deputies written consent to search the hotel room where he had been staying. In the room, deputies found more fake identification cards, 25-credit cards in different names, fentanyl, Xanax, Clonazepam, drug paraphernalia and a laptop.

Bullock was wanted for first-degree murder and attempted murder for an incident in Pasco County Florida in December.

He was arraigned in Town of Union court and taken to Broome County Jail where he is waiting to be extradited.

Charges
-Fugitive from justice for murder, 1st degree
-Criminal possession of a controlled substance, 2 counts, 3rd degree, class B felony
-Criminal possession of a controlled substance, 1 count, 4th degree, class C felony
-Criminal possession of a controlled substance, 1 count, 5th degree, class D felony
-Criminal possession of a forged instrument, 3 counts, 2nd degree, class D felony
-Forgery 2nd degree, class D felony

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