MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - We profiled four suspects last week on FOX10 News Fugitive Files and three of them were arrested. Now, we're just looking for one fugitive and as usual, it's up to you to help find her.
Her name is Brittany Palmer. Mobile Police tell FOX10 she has outstanding warrants related to a counterfeit check ring that targeted WalMart and several gas stations in Mobile in July, 2011. Five others have already been arrested. Corporal Christopher Levy told me Brittany is the only one still a fugitive.
"Well, you know, she has family in the Tillman's Corner area and that's where she was last known to be, in the Tillman's Corner area, but we've made several attempts to locate her, but haven't been able to do that", Levy said.
Palmer is 25 years old, 5 foot 5 inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. Palmer has a history of credit card fraud, drug charges and traffic offenses. Her last known address is 6607 Tillman Drive in Mobile. If you know where to find her, call the FOX10 News Fugitive Files/Crimestoppers Hotline at 251-208-7000.
Another suspect involved in dealing with counterfeit checks, who was profiled in July, was arrested Wednesday. Melvina Tinsley is the 530th suspect to be arrested after appearing on FOX10 News Fugitive Files.
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