Fugitives

* Lori Beth Anderson A Female Fugitive Recognized on Fugitive Watch Web Site Surrenders to San Jose Police at the Hawaiian Mobile Home Park



ID #10-83

San Jose, CA May 24th, 2010

Fugitive Watch is proud to announce that a woman was arrested by San Jose police officers after she barricaded herself inside a home at the Hawaiian Mobile Home Park on Edgewater Drive in San Jose.  At about 11 pm, bail bond agents, acting on a tip emailed to the Fugitive Watch web site located Lori Beth Anderson, 37 years, and attempted to arrest her. Anderson refused to surrender and according to agents locked herself inside the mobile home.  Agents then called San Jose police for backup and held a perimeter around the residence until officers arrived on the scene. Within 10 to 15 minutes, San Jose officers arrived on the scene and were able to convince Anderson to exit the residence and surrender.

Anderson was wanted by the Santa Clara Police Department on a No Bail Allowed Warrant for allegedly failing to Appear in Court on charges she allegedly stole $965 from a Bingo Jackpot at the Vanguard Bingo Hall in Santa Clara. She was released from jail on a $60,000 bond and then allegedly failed to appear for her next court date.  The court then issued the No Bail Allowed Warrant.

Lori Anderson is one of hundreds of fugitives and unsolved crimes that are posted on the Fugitive Watch web site www.fugitive.com. Law enforcement agencies from across the nation feature fugitives and unsolved crimes on the web site in hopes of getting tips from the public. This is the 1,069th capture since Fugitive Watch began in 1992. Fugitive Watch also broadcasts a regular television program, Internet podcast,YouTube page www.YouTube.com\FugitiveWatch and publish a monthly newspaper.

Fugitive Watch Television/Newspaper/Website is the 18-year-old brainchild of San Jose police officers Steve Ferdin and Scott Castruita, featuring unsolved crimes & fugitives.  Fugitive Watch airs as a public service throughout northern California.  Many people refer to Fugitive Watch as a bay area version of America’s Most Wanted.
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