Second “Most Wanted Wednesday” suspect captured in a week

Reporter: Rich Kolko
Published: Updated:
Tyrone Robison

WINK News’ “Most Wanted Wednesday” series is helping to get fugitives off the streets.

For the second time in only two days, viewers like you called in a tip that led to an arrest.

We featured Tyrone Robison as one of three suspects this week. Thursday night a tip was called into the Lee County Sheriff’s Office that led to his arrest.

Robison had a recent arrest for burglary and after leading police on a car chase, was found with a gun and drugs.

We also featured Michael (Pronounced Michelle) Innocenti on the “Most wanted Wednesday” segment at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, and deputies arrested her for violating her probation only hours later.

Innocenti is a convicted felon and recently got arrested driving a stolen car and carrying a gun and drugs.

Trish Routte of Crime Stoppers said, “Our community is a bit safer today because two anonymous tipsters reached out to Crime Stoppers to help track down these two repeat felons. This is proof of the successful partnership between Crime Stoppers, WINK News and concerned citizens. We’re also appreciative of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office’s Fugitive Warrants for acting so quickly on these tips.”

Click HERE to see the other fugitives still on the run and make the call to get them off the streets as well.

Share them with your friends and remember, a tip from you could end with a cash reward from Crime Stoppers.

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