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4/15/2013 6:00:00 AM
Mohave County's Most Wanted: April 15, 2013

As of Wednesday, there were outstanding warrants for each individual listed.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Friday, July 5, 2013
Article comment by: Mary Jane

Sorry Cari Jane, but these people don't deserve that, they are on probation because they BROKE THE LAW, and most make no effort at all, only to hide from the police, and what makes you think that just because they completed probation they are any better for it, the probation officers don't do a darn thing with these people, so maybe you should get your facts together before you defend these law-less people...........

Posted: Monday, April 22, 2013
Article comment by: tj denton

cari

the paper provides this list based on the list and information that is given to them by the court. they are just relaying information to the public. secondly, no one generates a list of people who have completed probation so the time it would take the paper to figure out everyone who is getting off of probation would be outstanding. not to mention that the paper would more than likely have to contact every single person on the list and get permission to use their names as they would no longer have any obligation to the legal system and are no longer criminals at large. im not exactly sure of the legal issues on that though. anyways...just sayin


Posted: Monday, April 15, 2013
Article comment by: Cari Jane

First, why does violating probation make you 'Most Wanted'? Shouldn't that be the criminals that haven't been caught at all yet, not the ones who were at least making some effort? And second, why don't you print names and pictures of people who have successfully completed probation?



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