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A two-day manhunt for attempted murder suspect Erin Cash, 23, ended Monday after U.S. Marshals arrested the Miami man in Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Sunday, Cash allegedly beat up his girlfriend, kidnapped his three-year-old son, and then drove around Liberty City, shooting two of his girlfriend's brothers as well as an innocent bystander.
All three victims received non-life threatening injuries, according to City of Miami police.
During the incident, Cash's girlfriend jumped out of the moving Pontiac at Northwest 13th Ave and 41st Street in fear of her life, reports the Miami Herald.
Although Cash eventually dropped his son to his mother's house, he told police he would not surrender and evaded capture for two days.
Cash is charged with three counts of attempted murder, kidnapping, aggravated assault, battery, and carjacking.
According to NBC 6, Cash's prior arrests include a dozen felony charges, including a separate case of attempted murder.
This is a developing story.