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SPOKANE, Wash. - KHQ’s Fugitive Friday segment is proving successful. Just hours after KHQ introduced its first Friday fugitive, a KHQ viewer called Crime Stoppers with a tip that lead to an arrest. The tipster called Crime Stoppers to report our Friday fugitive Mark Short was hiding out in a home on Kenney Road in Otis Orchards. Investigators followed up, found Short and arrested the convicted felon on two felony burglary warrants. Now, the person who gave the tip is getting a financial reward.

This week’s, Friday fugitive is Nikolas Havens. There are four active warrants out for the 20 year old. The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office says Havens has already been convicted of burglary, theft and trafficking stolen property. Now, he’s wanted again for jumping bail, burglary and theft. Havens is described as 5’6’’, 140 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.

If you know where Havens is hiding out, investigators want to hear from you. Call 1-800-222-TIPS. Crime Stoppers is giving the tipsters who lead investigators to Nikolas Haven’s a financial reward. People who give the information anonymously are still eligible for the reward.


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