(Toledo News Now) - UPDATE: 10:48 a.m.
Kim Fitzpatrick- ARRESTED
Donna Keys- ARRESTED
Philip Skiles - ARRESTED
Antoine Williams - ARRESTED
**UPDATE: ARRESTED AT 637 WESTERN, TOLEDO**
UPDATE: 2:48 p.m.
John Philips - ARRESTED
Carl Gregory - ARRESTED
UPDATE: 4:42 p.m.
Al Moore - ARRESTED
Thomas Anderson - ARRESTED
Not on list but also arrested the same day:
UPDATE: 5:09 p.m.
Desarie Williams - ARRESTED
UPDATE: 6:20 p.m.
Timothy Hayworth - ARRESTED
Carlina Carter - ARRESTED (turned self in)
Deitrekk Boone: Homicide - ARRESTED
All day Tuesday, you'll see mugshots of several of Toledo's Most Wanted scrolling on your screen. We have more than 40 fugitives who will be profiled throughout the course of the day both on air and online. You will see their picture, what they are wanted for, and the number to call in with tips.
Do you see any familiar faces? Can you help local law enforcement find who they're looking for? If you do - we want you to call Crime Stopper at 419-255-1111. We'll have someone on the phones all day, taking your tips and passing them onto detectives.
From the hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., WTOL 11 will be in the call center as tips come in. You'll get to see inside the call center as a Toledo Police Officer monitors the line and relays those tips to the task force.
Then, our cameras will be rolling as we ride along with US Marshals, looking for anyone on this "Most Wanted" list.
Investigative reporter Ashley James has been working closely with local authorities to create a hot list - but we're counting on the public's help to call in clues to give them what they need to find these guys and make some arrests.
The goal is to get the word out about these suspects in hopes someone who has seen them will call in with tips. Marshals tell us many people may not realize these people in our community are wanted and could be putting you and your family in danger.
We sat down with Deputy U.S. Marshal Alex Rutter, who tells us any piece of information can be helpful and it's important to call the tip line right away if you know anything. He explains, "I think what people don't realize is sometimes the smallest tips is what kind of connects the pieces and puts the puzzle together for us."
The CrimeStopper tipline can be called at any time of day or night. Toledo Police say many of the people who want to take action are close to the criminal and fear retribution. CrimeStopper ensures your safety by allowing you to remain anonymous. You could also be eligible for a cash reward.
If you have any information that could help lead to the arrest of anyone you see featured on air or online, call CrimeStopper at 419-255-1111.
TOLEDO'S MOST WANTED
From the US Marshals [Fugitive/Charge]:
Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force
The task force is a collaborative effort that was started by the U.S. Marshals Service to bring together local law enforcement agencies to capture violent fugitives across Northern Ohio.
Those who are pursued are typically the most violent adult fugitives with outstanding state and federal felony warrants.
The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive task is comprised full time of U.S. Marshals, Toledo Police Department, Lucas County Sheriff's Office, and the Ohio Adult Parole Authority. Other agencies who participate include Fremont Police Department, Genoa Village Police Department, Holland Police Department, Ottawa Hills Police Department, Perrysburg Township Police Department, Washington Township Police Department, and Wood County Sheriff's Office.