Iraqi officials say they have a fugitive half-brother and former adviser to ousted president Saddam Hussein in custody. Authorities have not released details of the arrest of Sabawi Ibrahim al-Hasan. But there are reports that Syria was involved in the capture. The Associated Press says Damascus handed over the former intelligence chief early on Sunday as a goodwill gesture. Sabawi Ibrahim al-Hasan was number 36 on a U.S. list of the most wanted people in Iraq. He had a bounty on his head of one million dollars. In other developments, a bombing at a police station killed at least five Iraqis (Sunday) near the northern city of Mosul.