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Fugitive Connecticut rocker captured in Laguna Niguel on sex-assault charges

February 7, 2012 12:00:00 AM PST
A rock musician wanted in Connecticut for sexual assault on a minor was found living in Tustin and was arrested Saturday.

Connecticut State Police contacted the Tustin Police Department's Special Investigations Team on Feb. 1 for help in tracking down John McNally, believed to be residing in Tustin.

McNally was charged with multiple counts of sexual assault and injury upon a minor, according to police.

McNally became a fugitive while touring the U.S. in a band called Johnny Vibrato (his alias) and the Razorbacks. Police tracked McNally to Texas but he evaded capture there.

McNally was traced to a location on the 27000 block of Camino Capistrano in Laguna Niguel. Tustin Police and the Orange County Sheriff's Department personnel surrounded the location Saturday night at 11:30. He was ordered out of the location and was arrested without incident, according to police.

McNally was booked at the Orange County Jail on a fugitive warrant from Connecticut.