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April 20, 2017

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One of Alabama’s most wanted criminals was arrested and booked into the Escambia County (FL) Jail Wednesday night by the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force.

Kevin Carnell Golden, 32, is wanted in a string of holdups, including one last week during which someone was shot. He is being held on three counts of bank robbery first degree and two counts of robbery first degree. He is jailed without bond pending extradition back to Alabama.

He was arrested in the 200 block of Broadmoor Lane at the home of a relative.

Golden is accused of the holdup of the Hilltop Food Mart in Greenville, AL, a robbery during which a clerk was shot last week in Brewton, and four Alabama bank robberies including Georgiana, Pell City and Trussville.

Pictured top:  The robbery of a convenience store in Greenville, AL. Pictured below: Police believe Kevin Carnell Golden robbed a bank in Georgiana, AL, last week. Images for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

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