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By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

July 1, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Dawn Hobby's work and success with WALB's Most Wanted earned her an award Tuesday. The Lee County Sheriff presented Dawn with an award of merit to thank her and the station for helping identify suspects wanted by law enforcement.

"On behalf of the Lee County Sheriff's Department and the citizens of Lee County we'd like to present you with this award of merit for helping bring WALB TV Channel 10 criminals to justice and it's really helped us in the past and I hope you'll continue doing this, thank you so much," said Lee County Sheriff Harold Breeden.

Since WALB started airing Most Wanted in April 2007, 60 of the 89 fugitives featured have been arrested.

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