Kevin Williams: Tri-Cities fugitive surrenders after friends, family -- even his boss -- see him on WMW

KEVIN WILLIAMSFUGITIVE CAPTURED March 5, 2013 -- The Department of Corrections says Tri-City fugitive, Kevin Williams, turned himself into the Benton County Jail on Tuesday -- just days after being featured on Washington's Most Wanted. Officers say his friends, family, and boss saw him on the show, then started trying to get a hold of him through his Facebook page. He was featured on Washington’s Most Wanted on March 2nd on KFFX Fox 11 TV. Williams was a missing high-violent offender wanted for Escape and has been arrested for more than a dozen crimes, including several assaults. He is the 384th WMW fugitive captured.FUGITIVE WANTED BY DOC IN TRI-CITIES March 1, 2013 -- Talk about 'sleeping with the enemy' -- officers say this decent-looking guy likes women to think he's a real 'ladies’ man' – when he’s really a hard-drinking, woman-abusing criminal. Missing high-violent offender, Kevin Williams, is wanted by the Department of Corrections in the Tri-Cities for Escape. Officers say he was living with his parents in Benton County, and hanging out at nightclubs before going on the run in February. Officers say his rage against woman and law enforcement is all fueled by booze, and one of the big reasons he's laying low, is because he's been ditching therapy for both his domestic violence and alcohol abuse. He’s already been busted for over a dozen crimes, including several assaults. Here are the details on KEVIN WILLIAMS:

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