Police Surround Home in Search of Public Enemy #1

Police Surround Home in Search of Public Enemy #1

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(KSL News) -- Salt Lake City Police thought they had their public enemy number one surrounded, but he was nowhere to be found.

Last night a SWAT team encircled a house near 7th North and 18th West. A woman at the home let police inside, but they didn't find the suspect there.

Terence Vos, who is only 16, is believed to live there with his mother. He is wanted on a 150-thousand dollar warrant in connection to a drive-by shooting. He also is a suspect in a different shooting last weekend where three people were shot, one critically injured.

He has a long history of violence including assault, weapons and drug charges. Police say he's been running with gangs for five to six years.

Vos is the younger brother of convicted murderer Isiah Vos, who is in the Utah State Prison for the 2004 murder of 21-year-old Jeffrey Maestas.

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