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APB report in Tazewell County

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Tazewell, Va. (WVVA) – In just three months, police have been able to capture 20 fugitives profiled on APB, many of those wanted suspects were targeted by authorities in Tazewell County.

Local police need the public's help in tracking down more fugitives.

All Points Bulletin wants you to be on the lookout for these fugitives wanted by the Tazewell County Sheriff's Department:

Kenneth Money, 54, is wanted for narcotics possession. His last known address is in Bluefield, Virginia.

They're also looking for Brandi N. Casey. She's wanted for failure to appear on a felony charge and failure to appear for a misdemeanor charge. The 26-year-old's last known address is in Richlands, Virginia.

Finally, Tazewell authorities are looking for 20-year-old Paul E. Hoston, Jr. Hoston is wanted for bond violation and failure to appear in Tazewell court. His last known address is in Bluefield, Virginia.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Money, Casey, or Hoston, please call the Tazewell County Sheriff's Department.

In addition, authorities are searching for three women wanted on bad check charges. Sabrina D. Mullins, Ruby Joann Phillips, and Mary E. Whitt are all wanted on misdemeanor charges for numerous counts of writing bad checks.

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