The most recent fugitive featured on CrimeTracker 10's Monday Most Wanted did not wait long to turn herself in.
Kitty Wilcox was featured on Monday, and she has already surrendered to sheriff's deputies.
Her decision is part of a trend on those featured in the segment.
Since late October, the Franklin County Sheriff's Office has targeted 13 fugitives on Monday's Most Wanted.
Eight of the 13 have now gone before a judge. While three were captured in traffic stops, five surrendered on the same day their pictures were shown on 10TV News.
Daniel Alvarado turned himself into authorities, meaning a 25-year-old wanted for engaging in corrupt activity is facing his crime.
Law enforcement told CrimeTracker 10 that giving up could be a sign the fugitive has had enough of life on the run.
Either way, sheriff's deputies said the end result is getting people like Justin Morrison off the street. Morrison is 5-10, 180 pounds and wanted for assault, domestic violence and aggravated menacing.
Anyone with information about Morrison or any of the other wanted fugitives is asked to call the Franklin County Sheriff's Office at 614-525-3333.
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