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CrimeFighters: 2 more wanted by police

By Taylor Hemness - bio | email

EAST TEXAS (KLTV) - We added two people to our wanted board, and both of them are on the most wanted list from their respective counties. The first is from Henderson County, and his name is Kevin Todd Jr. He's charged with a felony count of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. In this case, the substance was cocaine, and Henderson County authorities said he had somewhere between five and 200 grams. The original charge was from 2007, so Henderson County wants to get this guy behind bars. He's known to have family in Malakoff, and may be in that area. If you have any idea where police can find Kevin Todd Jr., e-mail your tip to crimefighters@kltv.com, or call 1-800-545-8477.

We also want to tell you about a man that's on the Wood County most wanted list. His name is Christopher Land. He's, 6' tall, and weighs 160 pounds. He is wanted on charges of bail jumping, and failure to appear on two counts of indecency with a child. He also goes by the name "Blue." If you know his whereabouts, call the Wood County sheriff's office with your tip at 903-763-2274 (763-CASH), or send your tips via email. The address is crimefighters@kltv.com.

We've added quite a few new names to the wanted board, but haven't had a lot of luck on busted board in the last couple of weeks, so if you know anything about any of the people on our wanted board, go to your computer, or pick up your phone right now, and submit your tip.

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