UPDATED: Part 2: Wicomico County's 10 Most Wanted Suspects - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

UPDATED: Part 2: Wicomico County's 10 Most Wanted Suspects

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27-year-old William Bryan of Salisbury, MD - Arrested 27-year-old William Bryan of Salisbury, MD - Arrested
43-year-old Eugene Baugh, III of Salisbury, MD 43-year-old Eugene Baugh, III of Salisbury, MD
54-year-old John Brown of Salisbury, MD 54-year-old John Brown of Salisbury, MD
22-year-old Christian Clark of Cambridge, MD 22-year-old Christian Clark of Cambridge, MD

SALISBURY, Md. - Wicomico County Sheriff's Office and WMDT 47 News have joined forces to bring 10 of the county's most wanted suspects to justice. The individuals featured were considered most wanted in the County as of March 27, 2012. A watchful eye could mean big bucks in your pocket.

As a result of this special report, the Sheriff's Office tells us 27-year-old William Bryan of Fruitland, MD is now in custody. WMDT featured Bryan Wednesday night in "Part 2: Wicomico County's 10 Most Wanted Suspects."

After the story aired, Bryan turned himself in to deputies that night. He was released after posting bond. Bryan had been on the wanted list since January for charges which stemmed from the thefts of jewelry and a computer, fall of 2011. Bryan also stands accused of stealing money from another person's bank account.

"We want to say 'Thank You' to Crime Solvers and your show 'Wicomico's Most Wanted'," Wicomico County State's Attorney, Matt Maciarello, told WMDT Thursday morning, "because it provides a great service. As we all know in law enforcement, the citizens, the public hold the key to many of the crimes that occur here in Wicomico County."

Also thanks to our viewers, Wicomico County Sheriff's Office may be one step closer to catching 54-year-old John Brown of Salisbury. Tuesday night, after we aired Part 1 of this series, an anonymous tipster called into crime solvers. If that tip leads to Brown's arrest, the caller could get a reward of 1 thousand dollars, or more!

"The one thing I want to tell you about crime solvers," adds Lt. Robinson, "is it's actually run by a group of civilian businessmen in Wicomico County that want to remain anonymous. We have private entities that have helped kick up more money."

Here are the suspects deputies are still looking for:

Suspect #1: 43-year-old Eugene Baugh the third of Salisbury. At 5'3", 157 pounds, he's wanted for failing to appear in court and violating his probation on multiple theft and burglary charges.

Suspect #2: 54-year-old John Brown. His last known address is in Salisbury, as well. Standing 5'10", 260 pounds, the Sheriff's Office issued an Arrest Warrant for Brown last month for first and second degree Assault, Reckless Endangerment, and felony use of a Firearm. He is considered armed and dangerous. "We are not, by any stretch of the imagination," warns Robinson, "encouraging people to take any matters into their own hands and try to apprehend them for us."

Suspect #4: 22-year-old Christian Clark of Cambridge. He stands 5'7", 190 pounds. There's a District Court Bench Warrant out for Clark, for failing to appear in court last year on original charges of theft.

Police say, do not engage any of these men. If you have any information that might lead to their arrest, call crime solvers at 410-548-1776.

Make sure to tune in Thursday night at 6pm for part 3 of this special report.

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