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April 4, 2007

Cambria updates list of most-wanted fugitives

Cambria County authorities and Crimestoppers on Wednesday released its second list of the county’s 10 Most Wanted.

Half of the 10 fugitives on the first list, which came out a month ago, have been picked up with the help of tipsters, Cambria County Sheriff Bob Kolar said.

“They are difficult to find,” he said about the fugitives. “We need the public’s help.”

He said residents are calling in with information on where the fugitives can be found or with tips that allow authorities to find the person.

Tipsters can call the Cambria County 911 nonemergency number at (800) 281-1680 any time or the sheriff’s office at 472-1691 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

The following, all from Johnstown, are this month’s 10 Most Wanted:

• Robert Burkhart Jr., who failed to appear for a guilty plea on charges that include theft and issuing worthless checks.

• Michael Clark, who failed to report to adult probation for aggravated assault and other charges.

• Quintin Corprew, who failed to appear for sentencing on drug violations.

• Amanda Anne Lauffer, who failed to appear for a guilty plea on counts including aggravated assault and retail theft.

• Ronald McClean Jr., who failed to report to adult probation for charges that include rape and burglary.

• Steven Mitchell, who failed to appear for a cost hearing on charges including burglary.

• Aaron Ribaric, who failed to report to adult probation on counts of corruption of a minor and statutory sexual assault.

• Jermaine Rozier, who failed to appear for his formal arraignment on charges that include theft.

• Chan Eric Scott, who failed to appear for sentencing on counts that include drug violations.

• Anthony Mark Sgro, who failed to report to adult probation for charges that include stalking.

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