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FUGITIVE FROM LAW NABBED AFTER GAME

FUGITIVE FROM LAW NABBED AFTER GAME

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An anti-drug basketball tournament may have been one of the last places that Greensboro police expected to find a fugitive wanted on federal drug charges.

But when Officer Charles Cherry sized up the competition at the weekend tournament for the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program, he spotted a familiar face.Richard Good, indicted in February on charges of possessing crack cocaine with intent to distribute and carrying a gun during drug trafficking, was playing on another team.

Good's team won the tournament Sunday, but he was arrested shortly after, said Capt. Drew Cannady of the police vice and narcotics division. Good, 23, of 1615-A Freeman Mill Road, was in federal custody Monday.

``Here's a guy we had been looking for all over town,' Cannady said. ``We had fancy posters with his picture up all over the place.'

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The group is looking to attract back to the city those between the ages 30 to 55 who were born here or attended college here, or professionals who formerly lived here. Earlier this month, it announced that 10 people had returned or committed to returning.

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