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The U.S. Department of Justice said Eric Hartwell, 51, was taken into custody in Norfolk, Va., on Friday.
    
Authorities say Hartwell was captured at a motel on Military Highway.  They say Hartwell refused to surrender and officers broke down the door to arrest him.
    
Hartwell was serving a three-year sentence for refusing to register as a sex offender in Colorado.
    
He served time for failing to register in Washington and cut off his ankle bracelet a week after being paroled there in 2009. He was later captured in Carrollton, Texas, and sentenced to five years in federal prison in 2010 for failing to register.

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