Authorities say a man from Millville who was wanted for attempted murder was captured in Atlantic City Friday.

Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer says 34-year-old Carles Bryant was arrested by the United States Marshals Service without incident in connection to an incident at the Howard Johnson Hotel in Toms River on March 3rd.

Billhimer's office says,

On March 3, 2021, at approximately 10:30 p.m., Toms River Township Police responded to a 911 call to the Howard Johnson Hotel on Hooper Avenue in reference to a physical altercation taking place in the lobby of the Hotel involving a male and a female. When responding officers arrived, they found a female victim – unresponsive with multiple apparent stab wounds to the head, face, and body. The female was transported to Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune, where she was treated for her injuries. She has since been released from the hospital. An investigation by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crime Unit and Toms River Township Police Department Detective Bureau resulted in Bryant being identified as the assailant responsible for the victim’s injuries.

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On March 4th, a warrant was issued for Bryant’s arrest. He was charged with Attempted Murder, Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose, Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, and Contempt.

Bryant has been transported to the Ocean County Jail where he will remain lodged pending a detention hearing.

Billhimer says numerous law enforcement agencies worked together to arrest Bryant, including the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crime and High Tech Crimes units, Toms River Township Police, United States Marshals Service, New Jersey State Police, the and Ocean County Sheriff’s Office.

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