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WALB's Most Wanted: James Madison Head

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

On tonight's Most Wanted, a man wanted for disturbing history. The Department of Natural Resources is after this guy for illegally artifact collecting.

Take a look at 44 year old James Madison Head. Right now he has 17 warrants out for his arrest for 3 counts of theft by taking, 10 counts of failure to notify state archaeologist, along with destroying, defacing, or marring a pre-historic site along with criminal trespass.

Law officers say he suspected of illegally digging for arrowheads along the Flint River in protected areas..Now Head goes by the name Jimmy. He's 5'10, 165 pounds and his last known address in the 300 block of North County Line Road.

If you know where Head is hiding call the Dougherty County Sheriffs Office at 229-431-3259 or CrimeStoppers at 229-436-TIPS.

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