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Featuring SWFL’s most wanted criminals. February 1

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This weekly WINK news segment features fugitives from justice here in Southwest Florida.

This is your chance to help the community and give tips on how to get these people off the streets. We need to find these suspects – and you can help. If you see one, contact Crime Stoppers or local law enforcement. Call 1-800-780-TIPS (8477).

Meet three fugitives wanted by the Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers.

Christ Dogantzis, 57, is wanted in Lee County for violating probation for cruelty to children.

He pleaded guilty to hitting a child and spent 220 days in prison.

He was on 60 months probation, which he recently violated.

Dogantsis has a history of violent behavior.

He could be in the heart of Cape Coral.

Gayraan Gaiter, 41, could not be registered as a sex offender, according to authorities.

He spent over 19 years in prison for sexually assaulting a child, lewd assault, and several other violent crimes.

Upon release, he moved to Lehigh Acres.

As a sexual predator, he needed to be checked in with law enforcement, and he did so for a while, but it hasn’t gone off the radar.

He has several tattoos, including the phrase “Don’t be afraid” inked on his back.

Richie Wakeman, 30, is also accused of violating his probation for battery in Lee County.

He spent 11 months in captivity before being released on probation.

Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers said he violated a few weeks ago.

Wakeman’s record has 17 reservations. If caught, he will be held without restraint.

If you have any hints as to the whereabouts of these wanted suspects, please contact Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers. All callers remain anonymous and are eligible for cash rewards up to $3,000.

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