Jackson, TN – The West Tennessee Violent Crimes and Fugitive Task Force arrested Henry Springer, who was wanted for the February 16, 2009 robbery of the Phillips 66 gas station and market located at 2089 Hollywood Drive in Jackson. The arrest occurred last night, February 23, on West Woodrow Street in Milan. Springer was arrested without incident. The Milan Police Department assisted in the arrest. For further information on the robbery investigation, contact the Jackson Police Department at 425-8400.
The task force, along with the Madison County Sheriff’s Department, also arrested Heather Waibl last night for the offense of Custodial Interference. Waibl, who does not have custody of her two children, is accused of taking the children in violation of the court-ordered visitation agreement. Waibl was arrested in Lexington, TN. The Lexington Police Department assisted in the arrest.
The W/TN Violent Crimes and Fugitive Task Force is a wing of the U.S. Marshals’ Mid-South Fugitive Task Force based out of the U.S. Marshals Service’ Memphis Office. The W/TN Violent Crimes and Fugitive Task Force consists of deputy U.S. Marshals and officers from the Jackson Police Department and Madison County Sheriff’s Department.
Additional information about the U.S. Marshals can be found at http://www.usmarshals.gov/.