'Most Wanted' fugitive surrenders in Chicago
June 6, 2012 (COUNTRY CLUB HILLS, Ill.) (WLS) -- A bank robbery fugitive once featured on the "America's Most Wanted" show has surrendered.
Corey Frierson, 27, told Chicago FBI agents he was just tired of running. He's the suspected leader of a group that robbed a Country Club Hills bank in 2009. His accomplices were caught.
Frierson was last sighted in 2010 in Mississippi, where he was known to have family. But he evaded police who stopped him for a traffic offense. His last known address was in Richton Park.
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