The following fugitives who previously appeared in the Yuma County’s Most Wanted column in the Yuma Sun have been arrested and are back in local custody:

Miguel Alberto Rodriguez, originally sentenced to probation for resisting arrest, a Class 6 felony. He absconded from supervision but was arrested Aug. 26 and incarcerated in the Yuma County jail.

Martin Rodriguez-Figueroa, originally sentenced to probation for resisting arrest, a Class 6 felony. He absconded from supervision but was arrested Aug. 27 and incarcerated in the Yuma County jail.

Michael David Ramos, originally sentenced to probation for attempted unlawful use of means of transportation, a Class 6 felony. He absconded from supervision but was arrested Aug. 28 and incarcerated in the Yuma County jail.

Rashawn Walker, originally sentenced to probation for aggravated assault (domestic violence), a Class 4 felony. He absconded from supervision but was located Aug. 22 in San Diego and incarcerated, and extradited Aug, 29 to the Yuma County jail.

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