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One Person Remains on Odessa "High Five" Most Wanted List

ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

Odessa Police have another update for this week’s “High Five” Most Wanted List.

Rodrigo Martinez is currently in prison and Christopher Breen, Andy Prieto and Camille Correa are no longer wanted.

Now, the only one left on the list is Alfredo Knight with seven outstanding warrants.

If you know knight’s whereabouts, give Odessa Crime Stoppers a call at (432) 333-TIPS.

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