Fugitive watch now on youtube at youtube.com/fugitivewatch

•January 22, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Fugitive Watch television clips and stories about wanted fugitives can now be watched on youtube http://www.youtube.com/fugitivewatch we are excited to be able to share stories about most wanted fugitives in the bay area as well as other exciting stories about wanted fugitives around the USA. You can also view wanted fugitives on the fugitive web site at http://fugitive.com/

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Fugitive T-Shirts

•January 15, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Fugitive T-Shirts on Sale NOW!!!

The Fugitive Watch shirts have arrived. Due to popular demand, Fugitive Watch has brought back their t-shirts with a newly designed style. These designs are limited, so get yours now.

 
Colors are reversible.

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Help with file maker pro.

•January 15, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Fugitive Watch is asking for any volunteers familiar with the File Maker Pro Program to help us make modifications to our fugitive data base. Please contact us at steve@fugitive.com or call (408) 729-7737.

Steve

 

A thanks for Fugitive Watch from Senator Dianne Feinstein

•January 8, 2008 • 7 Comments

This was a letter we received after a concerned citizen wrote a letter on our behalf. We really appreciate all the great things she said and recognized us for but, like I told her these fugitives have been caught and will continue to be caught because of concerned citizens like her. So, Steve and I would like to thank all of you, Check the comments for an example of the letter she wrote. Again thank you for all your support.

Senator Dianne Feinstein

Washington, D.C.

January 1, 2008

Officer Steve Ferdin and Sergeant Scott Castruita

Fugitive Watch Productions

353-E East Tenth Street

Gilroy, CA 95020

Dear Sergeant Castruita and Officer Steve Ferdin:

It is a pleasure for me to join your friends, family and colleagues in recognizing you on protecting our citizens and community.

I also want to thank you for creating “Fugitive Watch Productions” and dedicating your lives to serving and defending our community. The dedication that you have both shown has led to the capture of over 919 fugitives worldwide and shows how people can make a profound difference in the lives of others. This contribution has empowered the community to combat crime and help keep the community safe. Both of you serve as a model for future law enforcement officers.

As a United States Senator representing the people of California, I commend you for your outstanding service, and congratulate you on your continued success. I send you my best wishes and appreciation.

Sincerely yours,

Dianne Feinstein

United States Senator

 

Should Police shoot knife wielding aggressors?

•January 2, 2008 • 1 Comment

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This photo is the results of a knife wielding aggressor.I just want to say to all the misinformed cop haters out there, who always say, “Why did the police have to shoot him or her? He or she only had a: knife, hedge trimmers, vegetable peeler, bat, club or whatever. He didn’t have to be shot!. To that, I respond, Wrong!. If an officer tells you to drop your weapon, just drop it. If you’re an idiot, stupid, on crack, on drugs, on speed, mentally deranged or a combination of these they have the right and obligation to use that force necessary to stop you. No officer deserves what an officer could suffer just doing his or her job. If you attack an officer with a knife, they have a right to defend their life or the life of another. Period! This is vivid proof of how deadly people who are “only armed with a knife” can be. Some of the public feel that officers should try to disarm someone who is armed with a knife, but anyone who has had training in knife fighting will tell you – even if you win you are going to get cut. Keep this in the back of your mind next time you hear anti-police groups yelling their BS because an officer shot someone attacking him or her with a weapon.

The top 10 things people will always say about the deceased in order to generate more police haters.
10 They would give you the shirt off their back!
9 They were just starting to get to know their children!
8 They were going to go back to school to make a difference!
7 They were always so quiet!
6 He waived to me everyday!
5 When he got out he found the lord!
4 He was about to start a new job!
3 He would always talk to the youngsters who were involved in gangs!
2 He would never try to hurt anyone he loved people!

And the 1 thing the media and everyone always says
They were just turning their life around!

Fugitive USA Most Wanted in America

•December 28, 2007 • 1 Comment

Find fugitives and most wanted criminals across the United States through our new Fugitive Watch USA Program. Become a proud sponsor and adopt a state. For more information, please click here.Find fugitives and most wanted criminals

Please Visit our new addition and tell us what you think. Drop us a note if you have any requests. We are still working hard to bring you Fugitives and dangerous criminals from all over America.

Scott

Ambushed in a Starbucks

•December 13, 2007 • 2 Comments

Today I was ambushed in a Starbucks with a hand shake. An older gentleman walked up to me as I was topping off my coffee with some low fat milk, his hand extended and a smile on his face. I shook his hand as he said “Thank You Sergeant, I appreciate everything you guys do for us”. I graciously accepted the hand shake as he started to tell me a story.

He said that when the day started off he was angry at police officers because he was pulled over and he received a citation from a California Highway Patrol Officer, while on his way to work. He explained to me as the day went on he started thinking about how this ticket would ruin his perfect driving record of thirty years. That’s when it hit him though his driving record was officially perfect his daily driving was not. He told me that he had probably committed a traffic violation almost every day that he has been driving. He said he had done almost every violation in the book from speeding, running the accidental red light to following too close, he continued to give me a lengthy list. After a short time that’s when he told me his only real up close contact with an officer was when he received the citation today. He always knew we were there if he needed us all he had to do was ask for help, it just never occurred to him that we are just people. He told me that’s why he wanted to shake my hand so he could end the day on a positive note.

There were other people standing near and were obviously listening to our conversation and as the gentleman walked away, another person insisted on shaking my hand. As I walked out of the Starbucks a women holding her child’s hand held the door open for me and she introduced me to her son and she thanked me as I walked away.