2 Missouri homicide fugitives caught in Warren County

Two fugitives wanted in a Missouri homicide were caught Saturday in Warren County.

Hamilton Twp. Police and the Warren County Tactical Response Unit searched a property in the Cozzadale area of Hamilton Twp. and a second property in Deerfield Twp., where the two suspects were detained. 

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They were identified as Timothy Callahan, 44, of Potosi, Mo., and David Young, 67, of Ironton, Mo., according to Hamilton Twp. police. 

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Investigators from the Reynolds County, Missouri, Sheriff's Office and the Missouri State Highway Patrol immediately responded to Hamilton Twp. to interview the men. 

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Callahan and Young are each facing two counts of murder in Missouri, and were booked around 5:30 p.m. into the Warren County Jail pending extradition.

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