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One Of Waterford's Most Wanted Turns Himself In

Hours after appearing on the Waterford Police Department's Facebook page and having a Patch story written about him, James Hawkins has turned himself in.

James Hawkins. Credit: Waterford Police Department
James Hawkins. Credit: Waterford Police Department

One of Waterford's most wanted is wanted no more after he turned himself in hours after being profiled on the Waterford Police Department's Facebook page.

The Waterford Police Department has begun a new series on its Facebook page entitled 'Waterford's Most Wanted.' On Tuesday, the Waterford Police Department featured James Hawkins as part of that series, and hours later he turned himself in.

Hawkins, 53, had an active arrest warrant for disorderly conduct and second-degree harassment. He turned himself into police and the warrant was served, according to a post on the Waterford Police Department's Facebook page.

Patty Moher November 05, 2013 at 01:37 PM
Good job!
Daniella Ruiz November 05, 2013 at 03:21 PM
His "JIG" was up and he knew it! Good job Wtfd PD! The net has been cast! It's going to catch a lot more in the future too!
Melissa Jones November 15, 2013 at 06:29 PM
Nice to see social media helping to fix society's evils!

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