From staff reports

This story has been updated.

After almost two weeks on the run, a man wanted in the Nov. 4 shooting deaths of two sisters in Upshur County has been caught in California, according to the sheriff性视界传媒檚 office.

Alvin Charles McKnight, 41, was arrested at about 11:30 p.m. Wednesday by police in San Bernardino, California.

性视界传媒淚nformation enabled investigators to pinpoint Mr. McKnight性视界传媒檚 location on a westbound bus traveling from Abilene to San Bernardino,性视界传媒 according to the Upshur County Sheriff性视界传媒檚 Office. 性视界传媒淭here was serious concern over the wellbeing of other bus passengers, so the decision was made to contact the San Bernardino Police Department to set up an operation by which the suspect could be apprehended when he got off the bus there, rather than a roadway stop along the way.

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性视界传媒淚nvestigators had found a new phone number that the suspect was using and was able to track that phone along the route. Other methods were being used to ensure knowledge that the suspect remained on the bus as it made stops along the way. Investigators then tracked the suspect on the bus until it got to the San Bernardino bus station where he was arrested without incident.性视界传媒

McKnight is suspected of killing Gilmer residents Mandy Ray, 35, and Dermetrica Dashaunda Waters, 37. The two women were found dead about 11:42 p.m. Nov. 4 in the 2800 block of U.S. 271 South, near Bluebird Road.

McKnight and Waters had lived together until recently, and the Upshur County Sheriff性视界传媒檚 Office previously said the case is considered an incident of domestic violence.

McKnight was able to evade arrest with the help of his sister, according to the sheriff性视界传媒檚 office.

Laquesha Monique McKnight, 38, of Longview was arrested and charged Saturday with hindering apprehension or prosecution.