Two federal fugitives arrested for charges out of Pulaski County
Thu, 16 May 2013 22:15:15 GMT — Two men wanted by federal agents and Pulaski County authorities have been arrested.On Wednesday night, authorities arrested 54-year-old James Rhodenizer in northwestern Pulaski County. He was wanted on multiple state and federal charges for drug and property crimes.Rhodenizer had a large amount of cash and a powdery material believed to be a controlled substance with him at the time of his arrest.The second man, 32-year-old Stephen Klasing, was arrested earlier in the week in Oklahoma for federal and state drug charges out of Pulaski County.Klasing has been on the Pulaski County Sheriff Department's Most Wanted list for the past three months. He was also featured by the U.S. Marshal's Service as a fugitive.Rhodenizer and Klasing are both in federal custody.
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