A man wanted by New York State Parole officials for more than two months has been arrested and is expected to be charged in connection with a Clarence restaurant shooting.
Christopher Boyd, 35, was picked up by police Wednesday in Buffalo.
State Police tell 7 Eyewitness News they expect to file charges soon against Boyd for the shooting at Zoe Restaurant in September.
The owner of the restaurant was shot multiple times during a robbery on September 4.
Two days later, on September 6, police warned the public that Boyd was considered armed and dangerous. Crimestoppers offered a $1,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.
Police say Boyd was carrying a loaded weapon when he was arrested Wednesday.
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