State and federal law enforcement ran after and apprehended a fugitive in Foxboro this morning, and say he had a loaded gun and crack cocaine on his person.

29-year-old Dwyane Rogers-Flonory, wanted on various warrants out of Boston, was taken into custody shortly after 8:20 a.m.The Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section, Deputy U.S. Marshals and parole officers participated in the stake-out and arrest.

This morning, troopers and agents established surveillance at an apartment complex at 400 Foxborough Boulevard and observed a vehicle associated with the suspect. Police saw Rogers-Flonory walking toward the vehicle. As they moved in to arrest him, the suspect ran off on foot and scaled a six-foot fence. With team members in pursuit, Rogers-Flonory tried to scale a second fence but was caught and placed in custody, state police said in a media release.

The suspect was found to be carrying a Glock .45 caliber handgun with a round in the chamber and eight rounds in the magazine, as well as approximately 13 grams of suspected crack cocaine, state police said.

Rogers-Flonory was transported to the State Police-Foxborough Barracks, where he was booked on outstanding warrants for burglary, firearms, and assault and battery charges. He was also booked on new charges relevant to today's incident, including carrying a loaded firearm; unlawful carrying of a firearm, second or subsequent offense; being a felon in possession of a firearm; possession of a Class B narcotic with intent to distribute; committing a firearm violation while having two prior convictions for violent/drug crimes, and resisting arrest.

At the time of this morning's arrest, the suspect was out on bail set for a prior firearms arrest, police said. He was transported to Wrentham District Court for arraignment, where it was expected his bail would be revoked.

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