A man with the dubious honor of being on the Gloucester County sheriff's Most Wanted list lost his place in the the top 10 on Friday.
John R. Gehman, 32, was arrested about 6 a.m. Friday at his apartment on Lehigh Court in Sicklerville, Camden County.
Gehman had been a fugitive since Feb. 21, when he failed to show up for a hearing in state Superior Court in Woobury. A warrant was issued for his arrest on a probation violation. In 2011, Gehman had been placed on probation on a drug charge. He was arrested Friday morning by members of the sheriff's Fugitive Unit and held in the county jail.
Gehman was No. 10 on county Sheriff Carmel Morina's Most Wanted list. He is the 62nd fugitive from the Most Wanted list captured since the list's inception in January 2010.
Anyone with information about a fugitive on the list is asked to call Chief Ken Villanova at 856-384-4625. All calls are kept confidential.