One of the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office's most wanted fugitives is now in custody.
A warrant team arrested 47-year-old Bradley Meade on Wednesday.
Meade was wanted for an incident that took place during a traffic stop near SW 44th and Agnew in Oklahoma City on July 1, 2012.
During that traffic stop, Meade eluded a sheriff's deputy on foot, but a search of his vehicle turned up a gun with the serial number filed off and drug paraphernalia.
"This is great work by our warrant team," said Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetsel. "Their dogged approach has brought this suspect into custody and brought one of our cases a step closer to being solved."
Meade was booked at the Oklahoma County Detention Center, facing charges of possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction, possession of drug paraphernalia, removing a factory serial number from a firearm and obstructing an officer. His bond was set at $14,500.