Maurice Nesbitt was a no-show after being convicted of shooting and killing his ex-girlfriend in 2014.
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See Fulton County’s ‘most wanted fugitives’ list

Fulton County Sheriff’s Office’s “Most Wanted” list includes alleged criminals wanted for offenses such as murder, aggravated assault and rape. 

FCSO asks the public to alert them if they know the whereabouts of anyone on the list. Crime Stoppers Atlanta can be reached at 404-577-8477. All callers can remain anonymous and are eligible for a cash reward up to $2,000 if their tip leads to an arrest and indictment.

At this point, the charges are allegations by law enforcement.

This article will be updated periodically. 

The current list includes:

Christopher Fannin: charged with armed robbery and burglary in the first degree

Mytavious Sigmon

Mytavious Sigmon: charged with aggravated assault and armed robbery

Tyree Tabor

Tyree Tabor: charged with murder; aggravated assault; participation in criminal street gang activity; criminal attempt to commit armed robbery; criminal attempt to purchase marijuana; aggravated battery; and possession of firearm or knife during commission of a felony

Entonio Wagner

Entonio Wagner: charged with participation in criminal street gang activity; smash and grab burglary; and burglary in the first degree

Demarco Jackson
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Demarcoe Jackson: charged with aggravated assault 

Maurice Nesbitt, 35, was arrested in 2014 in connection with a deadly shooting. 
Photo: Fulton County jail

Maurice Nesbitt: convicted of murder. He was a no-show after being convicted of shooting and killing his ex-girlfriend in 2014 and sentenced to life plus five years.

Charles Dennis Ellis
Photo: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

Charles Dennis Ellis: charged with rape, incest, terroristic threats and aggravated assault

Michelle OKelley
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Michelle OKelley: charged with robbery

Sharon Hardy
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Sharon Hardy: charged with robbery


See Atlanta Police Department’s ‘most wanted’ list


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