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Springfield police arrest a fifth "Most Wanted" criminal

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Springfield Police Officer Bob Bohl (413) 426-3578 Springfield Police Officer Bob Bohl (413) 426-3578
Springfield Police Officer Bob Mariani (413) 310-6616 Springfield Police Officer Bob Mariani (413) 310-6616
CAPTURED: Ernest Fickling CAPTURED: Ernest Fickling
Springfield police officers answering calls from viewers in the CBS3 newsroom with tips on "Most Wanted" criminals Springfield police officers answering calls from viewers in the CBS3 newsroom with tips on "Most Wanted" criminals
SPRINGFIELD, MA (WSHM) - A fifth "Most Wanted" criminal has been caught, according to the Springfield Police Department's Warrant Apprehension Unit. Ernest Fickling, 32, was caught this week after police received tips on his location.

Five criminals who have been featured on CBS 3's “Springfield's Most Wanted” have now been caught, but police need your help finding those who are still on the loose, including:

Damon Cartmill, who allegedly lit a dumpster on fire.

Jansy Cruz, who allegedly stole hundreds of dollars and close to 200 prescription pills from a man on Main Street.

Roy Moriarty, who police say slammed his wife's puppy against a wall during an argument.

Edgar Melendez, who has been arrested more than eight times, and was most recently caught selling drugs in “Heroin Alley.”

Joel Matos, wanted for breaking and entering and intimidation of a witness.

Melissa McLeod, wanted for assault and battery on a person over 60.

Brandon Theriault, wanted for allegedly throwing a brick through a window at a party earlier this year.

Evenice Rivera, who police say stole from her landlord and was allegedly involved in a drive-by shooting.

Christina Monroe, caught with more than 700 bags of heroin.

Antonio Vargas, wanted for assault and battery and intimidating a witness.

Shamall Smith, who allegedly fired a gun in Palmer and was then arrested in Springfield, with multiple bags of cocaine and nearly $1000 in cash.

Police also need help identifying a man who robbed Henry's jewelry store, the Food Bag on Dickinson Street and two men who robbed Walmart on Boston Road. 

If you know the whereabouts of any of those featured on "Most Wanted," contact the Springfield Police Department's detective bureau at (413) 787-6355 or dial 911. You can also contact officers Bob Bohl (413-426-3578) and Bob Mariani (413-310-6616), of the Warrant Apprehension Unit.

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