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Crime Stoppers Offers Rewards For New Batch Of Fugitives

John Humbird John Humbird
Lady Ashley Marks Lady Ashley Marks
Kameron Hinton Kameron Hinton
Kyle Henriksen Kyle Henriksen
Mark Short Mark Short
SPOKANE, Wash. -

Lady Ashley Marks is a 20-year-old W/F wanted by the Murray, Utah Police Department for Felony Custodial Interference-Parental Kidnapping. She is 5'4", 118 lbs, has brown hair and blue eyes. On 10/15/2013, Lady Ashley Marks was having a supervised visit with her son, 15 month old Giovanni Marks, in Murray Utah. Giovanni's maternal grandmother was supervising the visit. She left the immediate area to use the restroom and when she returned, both Lady Ashley and Giovanni were nowhere to be found. Both Lady Ashley and Giovanni were later contacted in Spokane WA. Since that time, a warrant for the arrest of Lady Ashley Marks has been issued by the Murray Utah Police Department for the charge of Felony Custodial Interference/ Parental Kidnapping.

Kyle Henriksen is a 23-year-old W/M wanted for Robbery-1st Degree (Armed/Display), Possession of Controlled Substance and Attempt to Elude. Henriksen is 5'8", 160 lbs, has blond hair and blue eyes.

Stephanie Grube is a 23-year-old W/F wanted for Burglary-2nd Degree and misdemeanor Theft-3rd Degree. Grube is 5'6", 160 lbs, has brown hair and brown eyes.

Kameron Hinton is a 23-year-old W/M wanted for Burglary-1st Degree (Domestic Violence). Hinton is 5'6", 105 lbs, has brown hair and brown eyes.

Mark Short is a 42-year-old W/M wanted for two Burglary-2nd Degree warrants. Short is 6', 175 lbs, has brown hair and brown eyes.

John Humbird is a 44-year-old W/M wanted for Theft-1st Degree (Obtain/Exert Control), Theft-2nd Degree (Obtain/Exert Control) and misdemeanor City Theft. Humbird is 5'7", 150 lbs, has brown hair and hazel eyes.

Crime Stoppers fugitives are wanted criminal suspects who are avoiding capture by police. This makes them potentially dangerous, and they should only be contacted by law enforcement professionals. Persons with information regarding this fugitive whereabouts should call the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 1-800-222-TIPS, or should forward the tip via the Internet website www.crimestoppersinlandnorthwest.org. Tipsters do not have to give their name to collect the cash fugitive reward. Crime Stoppers of the Inland Northwest is a civilian organization that promotes public safety by paying cash rewards for information that solves crimes. It is not affiliated with law enforcement.

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