The Indiana Department of Corrections (IDOC) has listed these possibly armed and dangerous fugitives as the state's most wanted criminals.

When you have a family, their safety is of the utmost importance. It's sad that you always have to be vigilant when you are out and about in public because you never know what people could do, but that's the world we live in nowadays. We hear so many stories on the news about dangerous criminals who are still on the run. Locally, here in Evansville, we had one of those stories last week. Fortunately, the criminal was apprehended, but I'm sure that it was pretty scary for those in that area during that time.

Indiana's Most Wanted Fugitives

So, that got me thinking about who are the most wanted fugitives in Indiana that are still on the run. A Google search led me to the  Indiana Department of Corrections (IDOC) website. From there, I had to do a little digging to find Indiana's Most Wanted. Eventually, I found a flyer of the 16 Most Wanted Fugitives in Indiana for 2023.

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Before we get into those fugitives, let me first say that by sharing this information, my hope is to empower everyone to be vigilant and proactive in making sure that our neighborhoods are safe and free of any of these criminals by reporting suspicious activity. These fugitives are wanted for various serious crimes, and their capture will bring justice to the victims and their families...not to mention allow us to feel a little safer too.

So, share this information with your friends, family, and colleagues, to leverage the power of our communities to aid law enforcement in their pursuit of these dangerous individuals.

All fugitives should be considered dangerous. Please do not approach. Anyone with
information concerning these fugitives should call 317-234-9752 or 317-234-4948.

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The Indiana Department of Corrections (IDOC) has listed these possibly armed and dangerous fugitives as the state's most wanted criminals in 2023.

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