Attempted Murder Suspect Arrested on I-20
Travaris Banks was arrested July 3 by the Douglas County Sheriff's Department because of a confirmed warrant issued by Alabama.
Travaris Banks, 29, was arrested on July 3 by the Douglas County Sheriff's Department during an Interstate 20 stop by the Sheriff's F.I.N.D. Unit. Banks' Toyota Camry was displaying an Alabama tag that was registered to a Chevrolet Impala, according to the Sheriff's Facebook page.
One of the occupants gave a false name to officers and further investigation on scene revealed the true identity of the subject to be Travaris Banks. It was then confirmed that Banks had a confirmed warrant out of Tuscaloosa, AL for attempted murder. Banks was taken into custody without incident, the site reported.