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Monday's Most Wanted: Week of 2/25/18
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on March 25, 2013 @ 2:45PM
Created on February 25, 2013 @ 5:35PM
This week, Monday's Most Wanted featured two people who seem to be avoiding police and another individual who police need identified.

The Taylor County Sheriff's Department is looking for 20-year-old Butch Michael Sugars. Sugars left the Taylor County Community Corrections program on Friday, February 22 around 12:30p.m. He had originally been charged with daytime burglary.
Sugars has black hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a black and gray striped toboggan, a black and gray hooded sweatshirt and jeans.
Sugars is from Flemington but is known to have contacts in other places in Taylor county as well as Barbour and Marion counties. If you know where he is, call the Taylor County Sheriff's Department at 304-265-3428. You may remain anonymous.
In Monongalia County, the sheriff's department also needs your help finding someone who is violating her home confinement.

Brittany Sue High was originally charged with child neglect resulting in injury. The 22-year-old is 5'3" tall and weighs around 110 pounds. She has brown hair and green eyes. If you know where she is, call the Monongalia County Sheriff's Department at 304-291-7291.

The Morgantown Police Department needs your help trying to find out who the woman in these pictures is. It's believed that she is using a stolen credit card at the Kroger in Sabraton. The card was from a purse that was stolen from the Granville Town Center. If you can identify her, call Detective Charlton at 304-284-7454.

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Comments (2)
Mar 10, 2013 at 9:50 AM
I can't believe how WDTV doesn't want to post all comments. Do you all not want light brought to the citizens of Taylor County? Or, is it better to keep them uneducated & in the dark? Like this boy, who should have been in JAIL. NOT on a Community Corrections Program for Taylor County to make Money off of. So, now we have a ROBBER/BURGLAR running FREE/RAMPID to rob and/or burglarize someone else or their home. Because Money was more important than JUSTICE! All I have to say is...if he now came to violate me or my home due to their greed. I would sue the County for everything that it is worth.
Feb 26, 2013 at 12:33 PM
I can't believe how unsecured credit cards and money cards are,I think to make them more secure it doesn't matter if your using a card for credit or debit you should have to use your pin number to make a purchase if you don't know the number then you can't use it.
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