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Hunting Down Wicomico's "Most Wanted" Fugitives: Part 3

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Wanted Suspect #5: Craig Alexander Poore - also known as "Little Tibby" or "Tippy" Wanted Suspect #5: Craig Alexander Poore - also known as "Little Tibby" or "Tippy"
Arrested: Charles Darnell Quails Arrested: Charles Darnell Quails

WMDT 47 NEWS - Catching a wanted fugitive, not only makes our streets safer, it saves tax payers money. It costs big bucks to try and track down these suspects, who are often times on the run for months.

Which is why the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office is working with WMDT to help bring them to justice now. If you know the whereabouts of any of these fugitives, Lt. Tim Robinson asks that you contact Crime Solvers immediately. Don't hesitate.

"I understand the hesitation of not wanting to rat somebody out, or tell us where somebody is," empathizes Lt. Robinson. "But it really is...one...tying up our resources looking for these people. The other thing is they have an obligation to face the music on charges that they are facing."

Wanted Suspect #5: Craig Alexander Poore - also known as "Little Tibby" or "Tippy"

Last Known Address: Salisbury, MD

Age: 43 years old

Height: 5'09"

Weight: 235 lb

Brown Hair, Hazel Eyes

- Wanted for VIOLATING PROBATION on original FELONY THEFT and UNLAWFUL TAKING OF A MOTOR VEHICLE conviction

- Documented MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES

- APPROACH WITH CAUTION @

 

Wanted Suspect #6: Charles Darnell Quails

***Updated 11/8/13***

Wicomico County Sheriff's Deputies say Quails was arrested Thursday, shortly after being featured on WMDT's Most Wanted segment.

- Wanted for failing to appear for JURY TRIAL on charges of SEXUAL SOLICITATION OF A MINOR

- History of DRUG ABUSE

- APPROACH WITH CAUTION

Calling in your tips not only helps bring potentially dangerous suspects to justice, it saves the community money and resources. And if your information leads to the arrest of these fugitives, you could be eligible for a reward.

You can call Crime Solvers at 1-800-548-1776 with your information. Or you can also submit an anonymous tip by clicking here, where we also have links to all the information on these top wanted suspects.

Check out Parts 1, 2, & 4 of this special report, where we highlight 6 more of Wicomico's Top Fugitives.

Fugitive Friday

Help local authorities capture wanted individuals, check out this fugitive friday slideshow. We'll tell you who to contact if you have seen someone.

Wicomico's Most Wanted 2013

Have you seen these suspects? Click here to review the wanted individuals and find out who to contact with information.

Hunting Down Wicomico's "Most Wanted" Fugitives: Part 2

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WMDT 47 NEWS - Local law enforcement say this is the best time of year to spot wanted fugitives and collect a reward for bringing them to justice.

Hunting Down Wicomico's "Most Wanted" Fugitives: Part 1

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WMDT 47 NEWS - In a special series of reports you will only see on WMDT 47 News, our station teams up with the Wicomico County Sheriff's office in an effort to bring their "Most Wanted Fugitives" to justice.

Hunting Down Wicomico's "Most Wanted" Fugitives: Part 4

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WMDT 47 NEWS - Wanted fugitives from the law may not all be convicts. Some are just suspects until proven guilty. But the last two individuals on the "Wicomico's Most Wanted" list have been convicted.

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