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April 25, 2007 --  For two years, Sumter County's been trying to catch 54-year-old Bill Holloway. The pool cleaner from Andersonville has four outstanding warrants for bad checks and failure to appear.

He's also supposed to stand trial for shooting a pregnant woman. Investigators say during a family feud in July 2003, Holloway fired a gun and a bullet hit a pregnant family member.

She survived, and Holloway was booked for aggravated assault, but he skipped out in 2005, before standing trial. If you recognize Bill Holloway, a large man, 6'2", 235 pounds, please call the Sumter County Sheriff's Office in Americus.