UPPER MARLBORO, Md (WJZ) — The Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office reported the arrest of a man wanted for first-degree assault.

Michael Dawodu was arrested on Wednesday on a warrant obtained by County Police Domestic Violence Division.

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According to the warrant, Dawodu entered a home in 10800 block of Kingsmere Court in Upper Marlboro.

At the location, Dawodu is alleged to have strangled his estranged wife, pointed a handgun at her and left the scene.

Sheriff’s Deputies investigated several locations and queried multiple criminal databases in search of Dawodu.

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They learned that he was homeless and had fled the area and was in Douglassville, Georgia.

Sheriff’s Deputies notified the Douglassville Georgia Sheriff’s Office.

Dawodu was arrested during a traffic stop by Georgia Deputies and transported to the Douglassville, Georgia County Jail where he will remain in custody until extradition back to Prince George’s County.

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Dawodu is also charged with second-degree assault.