In the last 24 hours, two of Grand Junction's 10 most wanted criminals have been once again put behind bars. Jeremiah Johnson was wanted for a January car crash that killed a passenger in the car he was driving after hitting a semi truck. Johnson was wanted for vehicular homicide and other charges in connection with the crash. Pearl Thomas has also been captured. Police contacted Thomas Monday night in the 10–hundred block of Belford Avenue. She was wanted on a harassment warrant. The capture of these two criminals is encouraging for the Grand Junction Police Department. Anyone with information on any of Grand Junction's 10 most wanted is asked to call either the non–emergency police line at 242–6707 or the anonymous crimestoppers tip line at 241–7867.
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