LEE COUNTY, AL (WTVM) - The Lee County Sheriff's Office tells us they spent the weekend catching up with six fugitives, and now they're all behind bars.
The Lee County Sheriff's Department, Auburn and Opelika Police Departments, the Macon County Sheriff's Office and the U.S. Marshals teamed up in an effort to "round up" a list a fugitives. The group of suspects had been indicted by the Lee County Grand Jury.
26-year-old April Carmack of Opelika was arrested for unlawful possession and the sell of methamphetamine.
19-year-old Tydrease Shurrann Thomas of Tallassee was arrested for assault in the first degree.
20-year-old Jessica Irene Myers of Lanett was arrested for theft of property in the second degree.
20-year-old Cornelius Montrez Jackson of Opelika, was arrested for rape in the first degree.
51-year-old Juanita Jones of Phenix City, was arrested for chemical endangerment of a child
And 51-year-old Deborah Gunn Oliver of Opelika was arrested for theft of property in the second degree.
Captain Van Jackson, a chief investigator with the Lee County Sheriff's Office, tells News Leader Nine all six fugitives are being held at the Lee County Jail and are awaiting arraignment for their various charges.