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Black Hawk County most wanted arrested in Chicago

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WATERLOO (KWWL) -

A Waterloo man on the Black Hawk County Sheriff's most wanted list was arrested in Chicago.

Antwain Deshaun Spratt, 33, was arrested in Chicago and then handed over to Black Hawk County deputies on Thursday.

Spratt was wanted on willful injury causing bodily injury, first-degree harassment and fourth-degree criminal mischief charges stemming from a November 13, 2010 incident in which he allegedly assaulted a woman.

Bond was initially set at $95,000.

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