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Tips Lead to Fugitive Files 74th and 75th Arrests

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Julius White was arrested by Chatham County Sheriff's Julius White was arrested by Chatham County Sheriff's
Tybee Police Arrested Tarrus Mosley this weekend Tybee Police Arrested Tarrus Mosley this weekend
CHATHAM COUNTY, GA -

Two fugitives are back behind bars after being profiled on News 3's Fugitive Files.

62 year old Julius White was wanted on a series of theft charges and most recently not reporting to his probation officer since last year.

His run from justice ended Sunday when he was picked up by Chatham County Sheriff's.

Tarrus Mosley has been on the loose even longer.

He was one of 39 people indicted back in 2012 in connection with a major drug operation in our area.

These drug runners were allegedly bringing in the illegal items from rural areas into Savannah to sell.

He was picked up by Tybee Police this weekend after he attempted to run.

White and Mosley are the 74th and 75th suspects arrested after being profiled on Fugitive Files.

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Julius White is 62 years old, 6 feet tall, 230 pounds, and a wanted criminal.

He has a history dating back to 2002, mostly theft charges and a series of probation violations, including one just this year.

That "experience" as a fugitive makes him even more dangerous.

"He's adjusted to the system, he knows what to do," explained Corporal Andrew Staley. "How well he's going to hide. How he's going to run. It makes it a little more difficult. But with you guys help we can get him."

Julius White was last seen in the 500 block of East 38th street, but investigators say he could be anywhere in Chatham county or possibly South Carolina.

If you can help find Julius White, call Chatham County Sheriff's or Crimestoppers at (912) 234-2020.

Remember if your tip leads to an arrest, you could be eligible for a cash reward.

"Mr. White, you need to turn yourself in," said Corporal Staley. "The Sheriff's office is looking for you."

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