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Fugitive Joseph Daniel Krueger recaptured

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Blanco, TX - One of the most wanted fugitives in Texas is now back behind bars.

We told you Tuesday about the addition of 36-year-old Joseph Daniel Krueger to the Texas DPS 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list.

Police were able to track him down in Blanco, Texas and arrested him without incident.

Krueger is the 3rd member of the 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list to be captured already this year.

Five of Texas' most wanted sex offenders have also been captured.

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