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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

U.S. Marshals arrest fugitive on the lam for 18 years in Greenbrier

Posted By on Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 4:05 PM

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The Log Cabin Democrat has a report on the arrest of Christopher Reuterskiold, 43, a Texas man who had been on the run for 18 years since violating parole in 1996. Reuterskiold was convicted in Deaf Smith County, Texas, in the sexual assault of a child. 

U.S. Marshals arrested Reuterskiold at an address in Greenbrier, where he'd been living under the name Christopher Rhodes, after receiving a tip on his whereabouts. 

IN OTHER NEWS: There's a place called Deaf Smith County, Texas. 

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