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MOST WANTED ROUNDUP: Five arrested in WJHL's blitz

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Thursday evening, News Channel 11 featured suspects wanted by area law enforcement in a 90-minute blitz to get crime off our streets. 

Washington County authorities were able to apprehend four suspects as of Thursday night.

Isaac Paul Pinkston, 31, was wanted for violation of probation for original charges of two counts of auto burglary, and possession of drug paraphernalia. 

Jorden Scott Gardner, 26, was wanted for violation of probation for original charges on two counts of auto burglary, two counts of theft under $500, and three counts of forgery. 

Kelly Michael Gage, 40, was arrested after a viewer tip.  He was wanted for two counts of failure to appear in court on the original charges of violation of probation.

Tamara Monigue Stevens, 39, saw herself on television and turned herself in, a lead investigator said.  She was wanted for violation of probation related to charges of sale of schedule II drugs.  Stevens also faces an assault charge as well as charges of resisting arrest and possession with the intent to sell cocaine.

Washington County investigators also arrested one suspect on Friday.

Timothy Wayne Rutledge, 33, was arrested after being wanted for Violation of Probation, Aggravated Burglary, Theft over $1,000 and Vandalism under $500.

Both Washington County and Sullivan County authorities told News Channel 11 they were able to take action on several tips from the public during our Most Wanted Roundup segment. 

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