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Wheel of Shame Arrest: October 25th

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NUECES COUNTY -

A Wheel of Shame fugitive gets tossed in jail.

The Nueces County Sheriff's Office has confirmed Justin Harris was arrested.

He was wanted on a motion to revoke probation for robbery.

According to officials with Crime Stoppers, Harris was arrested on a criminal mischief charge in connection with a disturbance call.

Harris on the Wheel of Shame but never featured.

Since the Wheel of Shame began, 222 fugitives have been arrested.

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