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Duluth man wanted for parole violation, meth possession arrested

DULUTH, MN — A 29-year-old Duluth man is in custody after being on the run for nearly a month.

Officials say Isaac Curtis was arrested after jumping out of a window of a home on the 2800 block of Exeter Street in Duluth.

According to police, the department’s Tactical Response Team was also sent in for the arrest because of Curtis’ history of violence and fleeing from police.

Police say Curtis had been on the run since July 27, when he escaped custody after being arrested on a parole violation on the 3300 block of Minnesota Avenue.

While searching that home, police had found about 25 grams of meth, as well as evidence of methamphetamine sales.

Curtis was formally charged on August 23 with 3rd degree Possession of Meth, and is currently being held at the St. Louis County Jail.

He has previously been convicted of 3rd Degree Assault, Felony Domestic Assault, Auto Theft and Meth Possession.

Members of the Lake Superior Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force also helped with the arrest on August 20.

Krystal Frasier

Social Media and Digital Content Manager

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