An accused child molester is back behind bars...and it's because of tips called into police by viewers like you.
A tip from a viewer into crime stoppers helped Potter County authorities catch a recently escaped inmate. But he is not the only one.
And we want to show you another fugitive who police are hoping to get behind bars...
A man we recently showed you who is accused of sexually assaulting a child no longer roaming our streets. Cpl. Sean Slover of Amarillo CrimeStoppers says, "Raymond Uvalle saw himself on TV and turned himself in."
One half of a duo we showed you who police believe tried to rob a sporting goods store has been captured. Slover says, "Denisha Stovall was caught last week as a result of a tip to Amarillo CrimeStoppers." However, police are still looking for her alleged accomplice, Karen Mitchell.
Now, take a close look at Cari Denise Davis, wanted out of Potter County for alleged illegal use of credit cards. Slover says, "in June of this year, she took a card from an associate of hers to buy gas."
Protocol for most gas stations is to hold a customer's driver's license or credit card as collateral while they pump gas, and give it back when they're finished. Police believe since Davis' card was not hers, she did not return for it.
Slover says, "a convenience store clerk held the credit card while she gased up and then she left the scene."
Your tip leading to her arrest could be worth $300.