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PHILADELPHIA - There were new developments Monday morning in Thursday's shooting of a Philadelphia police officer in Kensington.
Anel Cuenas, 27, was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals and Philadelphia police around 5 a.m. Monday on Potter Street in North Philadelphia.
Cuenas was wanted in connection with the shooting that injured Officer Kevin Livewell during the Water Street traffic stop. Eight guns were found at the original crime scene, including an AK-47 and other assault rifles.
Police said Livewell's partner tackled and arrested the driver of the white van from which the three men emerged and opened fire.
One more suspect remains on the loose.
Livewell was shot in the shin, listed in stable condition Friday and expected to stay in the hospital over the weekend for more surgery.