Caulton returned to face murder charge
YOUNGSTOWN -- Anthony M. Caulton arrived at Pittsburgh International Airport around 1 p.m. today on a U.S. Marshals Service flight ("Con Air") and was being escorted to Youngstown to face a murder charge, said Deputy U.S. Marshal Dean Michael.
Caulton, 25, of East Auburndale Avenue fled to the Seattle area after the Aug. 19 shooting death of Larry D. Jones at a pee-wee football game. Jones, 31, of Ravenwood Avenue was shot in the stands at the former South High Stadium behind Eagle Heights Academy on Market Street. Caulton was captured on Oct. 2 in Bremerton, Wash.