Link CMPD arrests Pa. man wanted for infant's death 2:38 PM [SIZE=-1]02:38 PM EST on Tuesday, January 1, 2008 [/SIZE] [SIZE=-1]By WCNC Staff E-mail Us: NEWS@WCNC.com[/SIZE] CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A man wanted for the alleged murder of a 7-month-old baby in Scranton, Pa., was arrested Monday in Charlotte, according to Scranton police. Michael Blakey, 30, was arrested after a six-month manhunt involving police and FBI offices in Scranton, New York City and Charlotte. In June 2007, Blakey was watching 7-month-old Khayr Cash at the childs house when the baby was assaulted, police say. The baby died two days later of skull fractures as a result of the assault. Blakey allegedly fled Scranton after the childs death. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police found him on New Years Eve when they tried to arrest him for marijuana possession. He allegedly resisted arrest, and then gave CMPD a false name. He was later identified with his fingerprints. Blakey is in the Mecklenburg County jail awaiting extradition back to Lackawanna County in Pennsylvania.