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Troopers find wanted man hiding under kitchen sink

By Hope Miller 3:26 PM January 19, 2014

Four others arrested for allegedly hindering prosecution

ANCHORAGE – A man wanted on a parole warrant was discovered hiding under a kitchen sink by troopers.

Around 8 a.m. Saturday, Alaska State Troopers received an anonymous tip that 29-year-old Joshua Beebe of Wasilla was driving a light-colored Ford truck in the Quiet Circle area of Wasilla, according to a troopers report.

Beebe had been contacted previously at a unit in a Quiet Circle apartment complex, which troopers then went to and found four occupants, the report said.

All four told troopers Beebe was not at the apartment and they hadn’t seen him, troopers said. A sweep of the apartment, however, revealed he was hiding under the kitchen sink.

Beebe was arrested for the parole warrant and John Wagner, 27; Max Cartier, 27; Misty Millican, 23 and Kimberly Armstrong, 27 were arrested for first-degree hindering prosecution, troopers said.

They were all taken to the Mat-Su Pretrial Facility.

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