Monday's Most Wanted Marathon Nets 2 More Arrests

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Less than 24 hours after being featured on Monday's Most Wanted Marathon on CrimeTracker 10, two fugitives are back behind bars.

Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say viewer tips helped them track down Tiffany Vaughn and Thomas Kramer.

A tip late Monday night led authorities to Vaughn.

Court records show she was picked up on a petty theft charge at the Meijer store on North Hamilton Road, and she has been wanted since December.

Officials said that Vaughn is a career criminal, facing a charge for felony forgery. Her past convictions have included attempted aggravated arson, theft at a Walmart and resisting arrest.

Thomas Kramer had avoided authorities for almost a year.

Kramer was first arrested in June on a charge of public indecency. He has faced similar charges at least three other times.

A tip landed him back behind bars just hours after his photo aired as part of the Monday's Most Wanted Marathon.

Out of 30 people featured on the Monday's Most Wanted segment since it started, 19 of them are now behind bars. Many were found through tips, and a few even turned themselves in.

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