‘Suspicious Person’ report nabs female fugitive skipping out on three-year jail sentence

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tamiFUGITIVE CAPTURED August 19, 2012 —
The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office says Tami Jo Hearn was arrested at a local grocery store, after someone reported her there as a ‘suspicious person’.

You’ll be holding on tight to your wallet after hearing what cops say repeat WMW fugitive, Tami Jo Hearn, can do with your identity.

Detectives in Spokane say Hearn — who also goes by the fake last name, ‘Raider” — has been committing crimes for more than 25 years and she’s got a laundry list of convictions to show for it, including just about every type of theft you can think of, but especially identity theft.

Now, she’s wanted in Spokane County for skipping out on a three-year jail sentence she got for her latest theft conviction.

Here’s an example of how low Tami Jo will go — befriending a woman running a shelter in Spokane. Giving her a phony name, then ripping-off checks, a Social Security card, driver’s license and credit cards.

She’s 51-years-old and is transient.

She’ also been busted for drunk driving and reckless driving, showing she’s a serious threat to your physical well-being — as well as your wallet.

If you can help sweep female fugitive, Tami Jo Hearn off the streets and behind bars for the next few years call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS.

You can also text a tip here.

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