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Madison fugitive captured in Leon County

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Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that Stanley Adam, who was wanted for two warrants, was located in Leon County and, with the assistance of the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, was arrested on Sunday, Feb. 22.

Madison County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division obtained warrants for the arrest of Adam for his involvement in a burglary and grand theft case committed back in October of 2014 at the Madison County Parks and Recreation Center.

Adam was arrested for two warrants: burglary and grand theft of property valued at $20,000 to $100,000. Adam is currently incarcerated at the Madison County Jail with a $200,000 bond.

Adam was recently featured in the Greene Publishing, Inc. feature, Madison County’s Wanted Person.

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