Authorities have arrested certainly one of Lee County’s “Most Needed” fugitives, Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers stated. 

Amod Diggs, 23, was taken into custody shortly after 1 p.m. Thursday by members of the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Warrants Process Drive and the Lee County Sheriff’s Workplace, based on a information launch. 

Crime Stoppers stated a warrant was issued for his arrest on June 30 for allegedly violating probation on a earlier theft cost. 

Crime Stoppers stated he was needed on one rely of fleeing and eluding, and his sister was additionally arrested on the identical cost.

He was discovered hiding in his sister’s car when deputies pulled it over. His sister,  Ah’Yannah Diggs, was additionally arrested, Crime Stoppers stated. 

Trish Routte, coordinator with Crime Stoppers, stated Diggs has been booked into Lee County Jail over dozens of occasions.

Diggs is at present being held with out bond within the Lee County Jail. 

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