Just two days after the release of the May edition of the Salina’s Most Wanted list, three arrests have already been made.
On Monday morning, the Saline County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the arrests of Anthony Bowman, Jarvis Harris and Patrick Kirby.
Bowman was being sought on arrest warrants for felony probation violation for possession of cocaine. He was booked into the Saline County Jail late Friday afternoon.
Harris wanted on arrest warrants for felony failure to appear and aggravated endangerment of a child. Details of his arrest were not immediately available.
Kirby was wanted for felony probation violation for possession of methamphetamine. He was arrested by Salina Police early Saturday afternoon.
This month’s list was released on Saturday.
Since the inception of the Salina’s Most Wanted program in 2000, a total of 2,531 arrests have been made as a direct result of tips generated by the list. As a result of those tips, 364 rewards have been paid out. Of the 24 individuals featured on the April list, 13 were arrested.
To view the entire Most Wanted list for May, click here.