(MILFORD, Pa.) — The man who allegedly killed a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounded another before hiding in the Pennsylvania wilderness for 48 days has been pictured for the first time since his capture two months ago.
Eric Frein was seen walking into the Pike County Courthouse in Milford, Pennsylvania, on Monday.
The 31-year-old survivalist, who was previously pictured in camouflage and military-style clothing from war re-enactments, appeared clean-shaven and wearing glasses.
When Frein was apprehended after police discovered him hiding out at an abandoned airplane hangar, there was a visible, bloody cut on his nose.
Monday morning’s court appearance was held for a judge to decide if there was sufficient grounds to order a case against Frein in the attack on the state troopers.
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