Three Fugitives Featured on Fugitive File Captured

Their crimes range from murder to attempted burglary.

Area police want you to be on the lookout for criminals on the loose so they can be put behind bars.

Since we last opened our Fugitive File a week ago, three fugitives have been captured.

Amarillo Police still need your help locating Jarret Lockridge, who they believe burglarized a South Amarillo apartment and attempted the same at another.

And across the state line, Curry County authorities want you to keep an eye out for four men still on the loose who broke out of jail almost one month ago.  Larry McClendon, Michael England, Edward Salas and Louis Chavez are still eluding police.  Salas is a convicted killer while McClendon is an accused murderer who was awaiting trial when he broke out.

Steven Neal was wanted for indecency with a child sexual contact.  He is no longer roaming our streets.

Sheri Coon had been wanted for theft out of two area counties.  She is now in the hands of police.

So is Walter Gooden, who was wanted for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.

Police welcome any information you may have on these fugitives.

You can call Amarillo CrimeStoppers at 374-4400 or Curry County CrimeStoppers at 575-769-2335.

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You've seen them featured on NewsChannel 10's Fugitive File. Now, area police need your help locating these individuals and there could be a cash reward for any information leading to an arrest.