A murder suspect mistakenly released from an Indianapolis jail was captured in Minnesota, police say

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Police say a murder suspect who was mistakenly released two weeks ago from jail in Indianapolis was captured Wednesday by the U.S. Marshals Service in Minnesota, where he faces charges in a 2021 killing. Marion County Sheriff Kerry Forestal says 28-year-old Kevin Mason was apprehended Wednesday afternoon in St. Paul. Officials have said Mason was arrested in Indianapolis on Sept. 11. But a preliminary review found that he was released two days later because of a faulty records review by clerks with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office. He is accused of killing a 29-year-old man in June 2021 outside a Minneapolis church.