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Fugitive caught while on hunting trip

Tuesday, November 8, 2005 - by John Herbst

Anchorage, Alaska - A fugitive who lived in Wasilla under an alias has been arrested in the Lower 48. In 1999, Gary Maytum was charged in Oregon with 11 counts of sexual abuse involving two girls, both younger than 14.

The FBI says he fled to Wasilla and has lived there since under the name Jerry Bowman.

An avid bow hunter, Maytum was caught on a hunting trip in Iowa, after the FBI sent postcards seeking information to hundreds of hunting-related businesses.

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