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'NC Wanted' Credited in Apprehension of Fugitive

Posted June 4, 2007

— Tipped off by someone who saw a fugitive's picture on the Web site of the Fox 50 television show "NC Wanted," U.S. Marshals on Monday captured the wanted man, authorities said.

Clayton Levi was apprehended in Cumberland County after an informant turned him in, authorities said.

Levi was wanted on several charges, including failing to register as a sex offender and violating parole.

"NC Wanted" airs at 10:35 p.m. Saturdays on Fox 50.


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  • none123 Jun 5, 2007

    Glad this dirtbag thug is locked up where he belongs.

  • sheablue22 Jun 5, 2007

    WooHoo! I'm sure his next potential victim is ecstatic!

  • Evil People Play the Lottery Jun 5, 2007

    Absolutely fantastic job Fox50 ... even when no one watches the show cause it is on a Saturday Night!!! Still great job

  • illegals--GO HOME Jun 5, 2007

    Excellent job Fox, and kudos to the viewer that turned him in!!!!

  • holmesap Jun 5, 2007

    Great Job!!!!!!!! I knew this show would pay off because Gerald Owens does a great job with it. North Carolina this is how we keep the sick people and criminals off the street by working together.

  • JustBeachy Jun 5, 2007

    Kudos to fox 50...hope they get some more:)

  • lboyette Jun 5, 2007

    Excellent job to the person who turned him in,you will be blessed.Great job to NC WANTED staff,keep it going!!!!

  • onthedot Jun 5, 2007

    Good job, NC. Keep these monsters out of NC.

  • North Carolina Native Jun 5, 2007

    i'm going to have to set this up as a record because i always forget about it!

  • Mad Baumer Jun 5, 2007

    It is a showcase of poor decisions and one dumb criminal. Molesting a child, unforgivable decision, staying in the area after you are on TV, bad decison, keeping the Bozo the Clown haircut and the goofy facial hair after it airs, laughable. Good job to an alert viewer, and to Fox for airing this stuff instead of another loud car commercial.
    In PA, some companies would sponsor crime watch type spots with their banner accross the bottom. Good use of space if you ask me..