Wanted Springs Man Turns Himself In, Faces Stiff Prison Sentence After Skipping Sentencing - 27 East

Wanted Springs Man Turns Himself In, Faces Stiff Prison Sentence After Skipping Sentencing

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Jay Rowe

Jay Rowe

T.E. McMorrow on Aug 2, 2022
Jay Rowe, the 48-year-old Springs man who eluded justice for five days after not showing up for his sentencing last week after he was convicted of a kidnapping and armed... more

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