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July 25, 2014 10:51 AM

Americus man who eluded manhunt in Pulaski County was on parole for burglary

WARNER ROBINS -- An Americus man who managed to evade capture Thursday during a huge manhunt in a densely wooded area of Pulaski County is on parole for burglary, records show.

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