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All Points Bulletin: April 13

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Corey Samuels Corey Samuels
Jeffery A. Barnes Jeffery A. Barnes
Charles Coffey Charles Coffey
David Lewis Spangler Junior David Lewis Spangler Junior
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Police have now arrested 18 fugitives featured on All Points Bulletin, but there are some men and women we've profiled who are still eluding capture.

In this week's APB, we want to show you a few of those people again in case you have information that could help law enforcement.

The Bluefield, W.Va. Police Department is looking for 27-year-old Corey Samuels.

He's wanted for the murder of Dwayne Steptoe outside of Club Savoy in September.

Samuels is from South Carolina but has ties to this area.

He is considered armed and dangerous.

Jeffery A. Barnes of Princeton is wanted by the Mercer County Sheriff's Department.

The 42-year-old is charged with multiple counts of worthless checks and fleeing law enforcement. Cops say he also attempted to strike a deputy with a vehicle.

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

David Lewis Spangler Junior of Princeton is charged with two counts of burglary.

The 35-year-old is wanted by the Mercer County Sheriff's Department.

To reach the Bluefield, W.Va. Police Department, call (304) 327-6101.

The Mercer County Sheriff's Department can be reached at (304) 487-8389.

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