(NBC NEWS) Halloween is back on in eastern Pennsylvania after suspected cop killer Eric Frein was captured Thursday.
Frein, 31, was held in Pike County awaiting arraignment Thursday night on numerous charges, including first-degree murder, homicide of a law enforcement officer, attempted murder and possession of weapons of mass destruction.
Barrett Township — just 10 miles from Blooming Grove, where Frein is accused of having killed a State Police corporal and wounded a second trooper in an ambush Sept. 12 — canceled all Halloween activities earlier this month as the manhunt for Frein wore on. But after Frein was captured Thursday, on the 48th day of the search, police said trick-or-treating could go ahead Friday.
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