July 10, 2013
Fugitive Watch is proud to announce that both female suspects in a brutal robbery of an elderly woman on a San Francisco Muni bus have been arrested. According to detectives, one of suspects was identified based on tip given to the Fugitive Watch Program. The anonymous caller recognized the suspect and gave Fugitive Watch the suspect’s name. Fugitive Watch passed along the name to the San Francisco Police Department who arrested her at a local detention facility where she was already in custody on unrelated charges.
The second suspect turned herself in after seeing herself on television. The names of both suspects are being withheld because they are juveniles.
The robbery of the woman on the Muni bus was caught on tape and the video was released by the San Francisco Police Department, asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect.
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To date, the 20 year old Fugitive Watch television program, newspaper and web site has led to the capture of over 2,000 men and women on run from the law. Podcasts are also broadcast on their web site www.fugitive.com and on You Tube.
Fugitive Watch started in 1992, as a public service, is the brainchild of San Jose police officers Steve Ferdin and Scott Castruita. Their cable television program is broadcast throughout northern California on Comcast On Demand. They also have a local newspaper and a website www.fugitive.com.