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CrimeFighters: Authorities searching for 3

By Taylor Hemness - bio | email
Posted by Ellen Krafve - email

EAST TEXAS (KLTV) - We have three people from three different law enforcement agencies that we added to our wanted board, and two of them are some of the most wanted fugitives in their respective counties.

Tyler police need your help to find a man. His name is Eric Deshun Moore. He's charged with fraudulent use or possession of identification, which is a state jail felony. On March 23rd, he allegedly used a stolen debit card to take money out of a bank ATM. His bond is set for $25,000.

If you have any idea where Tyler police can find Eric Moore, e-mail your tip to crimefighters@kltv.com, or call 903-531-1000.

We also want to tell you about a woman that's on the most wanted list in Wood County. Her name is Naomi Lipscomb, and she's charged with child endangerment.

Lipscomb is 5'1, and weighs about 140 pounds. She's wanted on charges of child endangerment. It's a case involving her three children, which, according to authorities, are between the ages of two and seven. Mineola police say the case started when Lipscomb's youngest child was born, and tested positive for having drugs in it's system.

If you know her whereabouts, call the Wood County sheriff's office with your tip at 903-763-2274, that's 763-CASH, or send your tips via email. The address is crimefighters@kltv.com.

The last person to tell you about is on the Henderson county most wanted list. Barney Dwayne Ebey is charged with possession of a controlled substance. He's 5'11, and weighs 180 pounds. If you know where Henderson County sheriff's deputies can find him, call 1-800-545-8477 or e-mail your tip to crimefighters@kltv.com.

We had some luck last week, and added two people to our busted board, but there are still several people on the wanted board, including these new three. So go to your phone and submit your tip.

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