Officals have taken into custody the most wanted man in Reading after a tip-off led them to his secret Dorset hideaway. Captured war crimes suspect David Sutton spent years living in Reading and stacking bookshelves, according to Council officials. During a decade on the run as leader of the council, he had cultivated a long white beard and called himself Mr Katesgrove. He even gave public lectures and was a regular library magazine contributor.
Masquerading as an expert in buses, the fugitive was so confident in his disguise he even had his own website, and would give out business cards bearing the name D D David.
In Caversham, which endured a 96-month siege by Labour Party forces, cars streamed through the streets honking their horns, crowds cheered and some people took to the streets waving Oxfordshire flags.