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Sheriff's Departments, Crimestoppers Take Part Fugitive Files Roundup

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CHATHAM COUNTY, GA - The goal, to help take suspects and wanted criminals off the streets.

News 3's Fugitive Files has been helping law enforcement do that for more than 2 years now.

77 arrests and counting so far, earlier tonight we tried to add to that list with a first ever roundup.

3 shows, 3 different agencies, all combined to take your tips and work to take criminals off the streets.

Chatham County and Effingham County Sheriff's along with Crimestoppers combined to take part and take your calls for our fugitive files roundup during the early newscasts.

We blanketed our news with suspect pictures and details, and deputies were ready to hunt down any criminals that you could help find.

They say every person, every tip makes a difference.

"Crime has no boundaries these days," explains David Ehsanipoor of the Effingham County Sheriff's Office. "Whether its Chatham County or in different counties, our goal out here today is to work with the public, work with the other agencies and work with the media to get these people behind bars."

"The public is our eyes and ears,m" said Deputy Ronald Brotz of the Chatham County Sheriff's Office. "Without the public we couldn't do what we do. We need their information. We can't be everywhere."

While we got several great tips,there are lots of criminals still out there, including Marquis Albright.

The Chatham County man has a lengthy criminal record involving assaults and drug arrests-  and now has added a felony probation warrant to the list.

He could be in the area of Comer road.

Ray Durham is a man with a history of arrests for manufacturing drugs.

Currently he's wanted in effingham county for a felony probation violation.
 
His last known address is Pecan Blvd in Bloomingdale.

Curtis Edge is another probation violator.

He is 5-10 175 pounds and was last seen on Powers Circle in Springfield.

If you can help find any of these suspects, call Crimestoppers right away.

Their number (912) 234-2020.
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