Man faces charges after police locate missing Northborough boy


The Northborough Police Department is located on Main Street. Photo/Laura Hayes
The Northborough Police Department is located on Main Street. Police have arrested Michael Davis, 54, on charges of custodial interference. 
(Photo/Laura Hayes)

NORTHBOROUGH – A man faces charges in relation to a missing Northborough teen in February. 

Michael Davis, 54, of no known address, has been charged with custodial interference, according to a press release from the Northborough Police Department. 

According to police, after the 15-year-old Northborough boy had been reported missing on Feb. 9, there was an “intensive, two-month investigation.”

Det. Kevin Fruwirth and Det. Sgt. William Griffin worked with law enforcement in the U.S. Marshals Service to track the boy to Florida and New York. 

The boy and Davis were found on a passenger bus in New York City on April 7, police said. He was taken into custody on a warrant that had been issued by the Westborough District Court.

“Davis is related to the missing boy, but was not authorized to be in his company while traveling,” police wrote.

According to police, Davis had an initial court appearance in New York City in which he waived rendition and will return to Massachusetts. However, an arraignment date in Massachusetts has yet to be set. 


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