MONROE COUNTY, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) — Authorities say a man who escaped police custody in Ohio and reportedly stole a vehicle in Bedford Township was arrested early Friday morning.

Authorities say at about 3:30 a.m. on April 22, Christopher Michael Eldredge, 35, was taken into custody without incident after a deputy made traffic stop on North Dixie Highway and Interstate 75 in Frenchtown Township.

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He was taken to the Monroe County Jail pending extradition to Ohio.

According to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, Eldredge escaped police on April 9 in Wood County, Ohio.

At about 7:10 a.m. on April 14, the Sheriff’s Office Uniformed Services Division was called to an industrial park in Bedford Township about a suspicious man in the vestibule of one of the businesses.

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The man, later identified as Eldredge, left the vestibule before authorities arrived. But Investigators discovered he went into the break room, changed clothes and stole a 2016 blue Ford Escape. At that time, the sheriff’s office activated the K9 Team, Aviation Support Divison and Detective Bureau to assist in the investigation.

Deputies say Eldredge was in a U-Haul rental vehicle at the time of his arrest Friday morning,

Investigators are looking into his involvement in crimes committed in Monroe County.

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