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Fugitive Friday: CAPTURED: Anthony Fuentes

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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.

Jan is still wanted for animal abuse. Check out KHQ.com for a look at the people featured on Fugitive Friday. You can also visit http://crimestoppersinlandnorthwest.org/wanteds.aspx

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