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Fugitive File: Rathsaana Makkhavane in custody

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Rathsaana Makkhavane in custody Rathsaana Makkhavane in custody

Amarillo, TX - A fugitive we featured on NewsChannel 10 last month has now been captured.

A tip to Amarillo Crime Stoppers led to the arrest of Rathsaana Makkhavane.

He was captured in the 1700 block of Walker, in northeast Amarillo.

He was arrested on an original warrant of unlawful possession of a firearm and booked into the Potter County jail.

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