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Fugitive caught in Summit County following reverse 911 call for Oakley residents

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Summit County Sheriff's Office issued a reverse 911 for Oakley area residents for a wanted fugitive in the area, and subsequently arrested the suspect. (Photo: SBG)

(KUTV) -- Summit County Sheriff's Office issued a reverse 911 for Oakley area residents for a wanted fugitive in the area, and subsequently arrested the suspect.

Braiden Guidom 20, from Richardson County, Neb., was taken into custody just before 10 p.m., Sunday, after police received a tip that he was in the area.

Guidom is a wanted fugitive on multiple warrants out of Kansas, including automobile theft and absconding out of Brown County, Kansas.

When deputies attempted to make contact with him, he fled.

The fugitive ran on foot, which influenced the reverse 911 remote calls to inform people to lock their doors at approximately 9 p.m.

Guidom is being held in the Summit County jail.