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All Points Bulletin: lookout for these fugitives

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"All Points Bulletin" wants you to be on the look out for these fugitives:

The Mercer County Sheriff's Dept. is looking for 42-year-old Jeffery A. Barnes of Princeton.  He's charged with multiple counts of worthless checks and fleeing law enforcement.  Cops say he also attempted to strike a deputy with a vehicle. You can reach the Mercer County Sheriff's Dept. at (304) 487-8389.

36-year-old Charles Coffey of Bluefield is wanted by the Bluefield, W.Va. Police Department.  He's charged with domestic assault.  Cops say he may be in Maryland now.

Bluefield, W.Va. police are also trying to track down 28-year-old Issac Brogdon of Bluefield.  He failed to show for his hearing on a domestic battery charge.  The contact number for Bluefield, W.Va. police is (304) 327-6101.

The Tazewell County Sheriff's Dept. is searching for 37-year-old Renne Suzan Lester of Bluefield, W.Va.  She's wanted for grand larceny.  Deputies believe she's still in the area.  The Tazewell County Sheriff's Dept. can be reached at (276) 988-5966.

Contact the numbers listed above if you have any tips that could help police.

WVVA will be profiling different fugitives each Tuesday in our 6 o'clock newscast in our new series "All Points Bulletin."

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