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PHOTOS: Crime Stoppers offering rewards for information on fugitives

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Samuel Richardson is one of six new Crime Stoppers fugitives Samuel Richardson is one of six new Crime Stoppers fugitives
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SPOKANE, Wash. - Crime Stoppers of the Inland Northwest is offering cash rewards for information that leads to the arrests of some new fugitives. If you recognize any of the following people and have information that aids in their capture, Crime Stoppers will give you a cash reward if you call their tip line at 1-800-222-TIPS, or send a web tip through www.crimestoppersinlandnorthwest.org. You can remain anonymous. 

The latest batch of fugitives includes: 

Chonda Nading is a 36-year-old W/F wanted for 2-Identity Theft 2nd Degree warrants and a Misdemeanor City Theft warrant. She is 5'6”, 135 lbs, has brown hair and blue eyes.

Darin Dykhouse is a 39-year-old W/M with 4 felony warrants. Dykhouse is wanted for Possession of Stolen Property 2nd Degree, Possession of Controlled Substance and 2-Possession of Stolen Property 2nd Degree (Motor Vehicle).

Melissa Clark is a 34-year-old W/F wanted for Possession Stolen Motor Vehicle, Residential Burglary and Possession of Stolen Property 2nd Degree. She is 5'6”, 120 lbs, has brown hair and brown eyes.

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David Youngblood is a 60-year-old W/M wanted for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm 1st Degree (Prev Fel Conv). He is 5'8”, 195 lbs, has brown hair and brown eyes.

James Q. Taylor is a 32-year-old B/M wanted for 2 Misdemeanor City Assault-Domestic Violence warrants. He is 5'10”, 170 lbs, has black hair and brown eyes.

Samuel Richardson is wanted from DOC Escape from Community Custody, Misdemeanor City Assault-DV and a Montana warrant for violation of conditions of release.

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