On April 14, the Lifetime Network aired the America's Most Wanted program. Within minutes they began receiving tips from the citizens of Tifton, Ga. Shortly after, the US Marshalls Service captured Errol and Tanya Victor. The Victor's are charged with the beating death of Tanya's 8-year-old son, M.L Lloyd III, in 2008.
The couple received bond in New OrlÃ©ans and took flight. Soon after, the Victors joined the list as America's Most Wanted fugitives. After fleeing, they moved every few weeks and took advantage of people's generosity. The Victors "would move, from one house to another, mooching off the community, telling people that they were preacher and a preacher's wife, and that they were going to open up a church in the area," says Hormell, a U.S Marshall Service Deputy
The last home they stayed in was that of Rubbie Williams. She says she is just happy they are behind bars now and is thankful nothing happened while they stayed with her.
It is so sad that people would use the name of God to connive elderly people into taking care of them. They prey on the love and spirituality of these women. Even worse is that so many believed them and took these accused murderers in, all in the name of God. The Victors used this to stay at large for 4 years, but finally their deeds caught up with them. As the Scriptures, that they hid behind, says "you will reap what you sow."
The Tifton Police Dept, Tift County Sheriff's Office, and the Georgia State Patrol assisted the US Marshall Service capture these fugitives.