‘Domestic Violence Crackdown’ fugitive surrenders after finding out he’s on WMW

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wayneFUGITIVE CAPTURED October 9, 2013 —
After finding out he was one of WMW’s Domestic Violence Crackdown fugitives, Wayne Carlson did the right thing and surrendered on Wednesday.

Kitsap County Deputy Sheriff Scott Wilson says once Carlson was on WMW, the word spread to him quickly.

He stayed on the run for a few more days — narrowly missing being apprehended — before deciding to surrender voluntarily.

Carlson is in custody on the unlawful imprisonment (DV) charge, and also for an outstanding warrant of arrest for DUI.

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Cops in Kitsap County need help tracking down this WMW: Domestic Violence Crackdown fugitive, Wayne Carlson.

He’s accused of taking his DV crime to the level of Unlawful Imprisonment. “She tried to leave the apartment, and he had the door blocked, and she tried to escape via window, and he managed to pull her back from the window and shut the window so she couldn’t get out,” says Kitsap County Dep. Sheriff Scott Wilson. “When he learned police were in route, he fled the area, and officers have not been able to contact him.”

Wayne Carlson is 31 years old.

If you know where he is, call an anonymous tip into:


You must call the Crime Stoppers hotline with your tip to be eligible to receive a cash reward for information leading to a fugitive’s arrest.

CLICK HERE for information on how to TEXT A TIP to Crime Stoppers

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