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Written by Kye Parsons

'Most Wanted' Wicomico County Fugitive Arrested

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Terry Wayne Foskey Terry Wayne Foskey

BALTIMORE- Authorities say a man on the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office's "most wanted" list is in custody after police in Baltimore arrested him following a traffic stop.

Baltimore police on Thursday stopped 41-year-old Terry Wayne Foskey of Salisbury for a traffic violation and discovered the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office had an open warrant for his arrest. The warrant had been issued in May 2007 and charged Foskey with failing to register as a sex offender.

The Sheriff's Office had been tasked with keeping track of Foskey's whereabouts and it was discovered that he moved and left no forwarding address. Because of this warrant, Foskey had been placed on Wicomico County's "Most Wanted" list and had been featured on the Crime Solvers program of PAC14 and WBOC.

Foskey was transported to the Baltimore City Central Booking Unit where he is being held without bond pending his return to Wicomico County.

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