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Man Wanted for Quadruple Czech Murders Arrested in US

U.S. authorities have arrested an American man wanted for murdering four members of a family in the Czech Republic.

Czech police said Friday the suspect, identified by police as Kevin Dahlgren, was arrested at a Washington, D.C. airport after Czech authorities issued an international warrant. U.S. authorities have confirmed the arrest.

Czech authorities found four bodies Wednesday in a family house in the city of Brno, about 200 kilometers southeast of Prague. Czech Television reports that the 20-year-old Dahlgren was a relative of the
victims.

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