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SPOKANE, Wash. - Crime Stoppers needs your help finding Anthony Fuentes. He’s a convicted criminal and there are 3 warrants out for his arrest. Fuentes has an 18-year criminal history, with convictions for assault and riot. He’s wanted for a Department of Corrections’ escape warrant.If you know where Fuentes is hiding out, Crime Stoppers wants to hear from you.

Callers can report their tip anonymously and be eligible for a cash reward if their tip leads to the wanted fugitive.Law enforcement is still working to catch the Friday Fugitives that KHQ has featured in previous segments.

Crime Stoppers says Airway Heights police caught Jeff Hickerson during a traffic stop hours after KHQ featured Jeff and Jan Hickerson on the morning show, KHQ Local News Today.

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