TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Thanks to your leads, three wanted fugitives are behind bars.
On Tuesday, we profiled 10 of the Wabash Valley's Most Wanted.
City, county and State Police officers took your confidential tips, while dozens more officers hit the streets.
The first to get arrested was 27 year old Kyle Carroll. He was wanted for dealing marijuana, hash and hash oil.
When police showed up for Carroll, they got a two for one.
Carroll's brother Derek was arrested for resisting law enforcement, he is now in police custody.
Up next, Sherriff's Deputies picked up 23 year old Chad Crewes of Terre Haute. He was booked on felony charges of probation violation.
Police searched four different locations for Jessica Duke, with no luck, but Sheriff Greg Ewing says the Crime Stoppers tip line is still open.
You can call Crime Stoppers 24/7 at 238-STOP or toll free at 800-222-TIPS.
To view the mug shots, click here.
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