The Berrien County Sheriff's Office had been looking for a wanted child molester who was on the run for more than a decade.
Friday, they told WALB that James Dorman Weston was caught in Adel Thursday evening about 6:00, as a result of viewer tips.
Investigators say in 2005, the 68-year-old Weston molested a child.
Warrants have been issued for his arrest on charges of aggravated child molestation. After nearly 15 years on the run, deputies wanted this man off the streets.
The Berrien County Sheriff had listed him as the first "most wanted" on their website.
He will be returned to Nashville, and held in jail.
If you have any information on the James Dorman Weston case, call the Berrien County Sheriff's Office at 229-686-7071.
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