When it comes to fighting crime, police say they can't do it alone. They need your help, and that's where we come in. We put out the word, you make the call, and local law enforcement agencies act on your tips. Our exclusive Fugitive Files segment is your chance to make your neighborhood a safer place for you and your family.
Here is how it works:
We worked with the Kanawha County Sheriff's Department to set up a hotline that gives you the power to help clean up the streets. Every Tuesday on Eyewitness News at Six, we profile fugitives that police officers tell us they want to put behind bars, then we open up the tipline for you to respond. Officers are standing by with police cruisers parked outside our station, ready to act on your tips. Likewise, Eyewitness News will roll out with police as they try and track down the suspects. Tune in later that night on Eyewitness News at 10 and 11 to see if your tips paid off.
This is interactive television at its most powerful, and it all depends on you! Tune in to the Fugitive Files, and help police clean up your neighborhood. You can catch the Fugitive Files every Tuesday on Eyewitness News at 6, 10 and 11.
WANTED: May. 21, 2013
Burglary, Daytime burglary, Grand larceny
WANTED: May. 14, 2013
Sexual assault, grand larceny, drugs
WANTED: May. 7, 2013
Grand larceny, Embezzlement, Forgery
WANTED: Apr. 30, 2013
Third degree sexual assault, Malicious wounding, Probation violation
WANTED: Apr. 23, 2013
Meth, Fraud, Burglary