A California man wanted for the attempted murder of a family member was arrested on Thursday by agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Atlanta office.
With the help of FBI task force members from the Cherokee Sheriff's Office, Raymond G. Berry, 50, of Los Angeles was arrested in Woodstock after spending over a year fleeing from authorities.
The Los Angeles Police Department's Newton Division issued attempted murder arrest warrants for Berry, which were signed on May 17, 2012.
The charges originate from an April 2012 incident that allegedly includes the attempted murder of Berry's family member, said FBI Special Agent in Charge Mark F. Giuliano.
The FBI office in Los Angeles obtained a federal unlawful flight to avoid prosecution warrant and Berry was subsequently caught after over a year on the run.
He remains at the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center and will be extradited back to California.