2 Arrested From The County Sheriff's Office "12 Most Wanted"

Monday, December 17, 2012
Victor Jackson
Victor Jackson

Two people have been arrested who were on the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office “12 Most Wanted” list.

Victor Jerome Jackson ll, who was placed on the list on Dec. 10, is now in custody. He was wanted on outstanding charges of felony possession of a controlled substance for resale, felony possession of drug paraphernalia, evading arrest, reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident with damage. Jackson found that he was one of the top 12 on the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office “12 Most Wanted,” and he decided to turn himself into authorities.

Ronald Lee Harris, who was placed on the list in September, 2012 on the outstanding charges of probation violation from the (original charges), aggravated robbery, assault and theft of property is now in custody as of Dec. 13.

Officials said the “12 Most Wanted” program has been successful in bringing attention to persons who have outstanding criminal charges in Hamilton County. These last two arrests bring the total to 293 arrests since the inception of the program in 2007.

Ronald Harris
Ronald Harris

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