HAGERSTOWN --Â A man who was wanted for a stabbing in Arlington, Va., and who stated that police would have to shoot him because he would not go willingly was found in the Washington County Free Library Monday afternoon, police said.
Michael Broadnax, 43, of 1142 N. Stuart St., Fairfax, Va., was apprehended in the library at 12:50 p.m. without incident, Sgt. Paul Kifer of the Hagerstown Police Department said in a news release.
Downtown uniformed police officers, with the help of library staff, identified Broadnax while he was sitting at a reading table, Kifer said.
A fugitive warrant was served on Broadnax and he was being held Monday at the Washington County Detention Center awaiting an extradition hearing, Kifer said.