The Faces of Eric Frein

From his high school rifle team days to his capture and court days -- the faces of Pennsylvania trooper ambush suspect Eric Frein.

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Jan. 5, 2015: Trooper killing suspect Eric Frein arrives at a Pike County courtroom.
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Oct. 31, 2014: Booking photo of Eric Frein taken in the hours after his capture on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. Frein eluded the law for 48 days after he allegedly shot and killed one trooper and wounded another in an ambush at the Pennsylvania at the Blooming Grove barracks for state police.
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Eric Frein arrives at court for his arraignment on October 31, 2014 in Milford, Pennsylvania.
Onlookers yelled at the 31-year-old survivalist on his way out of court. One shouted, "Are you sorry?" Another, "Why did you do it?"
A team of federal marshals stumbled across Frein during a sweep about 30 miles from the barracks where he allegedly opened fire.
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Sporadic sightings of the fugitive kept entire communities on edge during his weeks on the run.
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It was a nerve-wracking game of cat-and-mouse, considered dangerous enough that school was canceled after potential Frein sightings and one community even canceled Halloween until Frein was found.
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Frein, who is said to be an expert marksman, participated in war re-enactment groups.
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Frein was a member of the Pocono Mountain High School rifle team. A police affidavit said Frein's father, retired Maj. E. Michael Frein, served in the Army for 28 years.
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Authorities said Frein has talked since his capture, but would not discuss what information he revealed.
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