Less than a week after the release of the October edition of the Salina’s Most Wanted List, five arrests have already been made.
On Thursday, the Saline County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the arrests of Reginald Benoit, Brittany Fulton, Blaine Godinez, James Hay and Jamie Kiser.
Godinez, who was being sought on arrest warrants for felony possession of marijuana with intent to sell and felony interference, was taken in custody Saturday afternoon.
Hay, who was wanted for multiple counts of felony forgery and theft by deception, was arrested Sunday afternoon. More on his arrest can be found by clicking here.
Kiser, who was being sought for felony probation violation for criminal threats, battery of a law enforcement officer, and violation of a protection order, was arrested Sunday morning.
Arrest information for Benoit, who was wanted for felony aggravated burglary, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated battery, aggravated sssault, theft, and a bond violation, and Fulton, who was wanted for felony possession of morphine, possession of hydrocodone, and possession of multiple dangerous drugs, was not immediately available.
This month’s list was released on Saturday, October 1st.
Since the inception of the Salina’s Most Wanted program in 2000, a total of 2,372 arrests have been made as a direct result of tips generated by the list. As a result of those tips, 345 rewards have been paid out.
To see the entire most wanted list for October, click here.