A Syracuse man wanted on 19 arrest warrants from law enforcement in behind bars following a traffic stop in Dewitt.

New York State Police say they attempted pull over a vehicle driven by Stephen Marks of Syracuse for a traffic infraction, but Troopers say Marks did not stop and continued on in what resulted in a pursuit.

Ultimately Marks was stopped. Troopers say a check of the nationwide database checking active warrants showed the 47-year-old was wanted for 19 outstanding warrants. Among them was 2019 alleged kidnapping incident from the state of North Carolina.

US Marshalls Task Force responded to the scene to take Marks into custody to transport him as a fugitive from justice, state police said.

[AUTHOR'S NOTE:  All persons mentioned above suspected of wrongdoing or charged in any cases are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.]

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A Syracuse man wanted on 19 arrest warrants from law enforcement in behind bars following a traffic stop in Dewitt.

New York State Police say they attempted pull over a vehicle driven by Stephen Marks of Syracuse for a traffic infraction, but Troopers say Marks did not stop and continued on in what resulted in a pursuit.

Ultimately Marks was stopped. Troopers say a check of the nationwide database checking active warrants showed the 47-year-old was wanted for 19 outstanding warrants. Among them was 2019 alleged kidnapping incident from the state of North Carolina.

US Marshalls Task Force responded to the scene to take Marks into custody to transport him as a fugitive from justice, state police said.

[AUTHOR'S NOTE:  All persons mentioned above suspected of wrongdoing or charged in any cases are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.]