TWO men named in the Examiner as wanted after failing to turn up in court have been arrested.

Police received calls from the public after Jermaine Junior Trevor Cunningham and Jason Tolson were named in Monday’s Examiner.

Both were arrested last night and were due before Huddersfield magistrates today.

Det Sgt Jim Carter from Kirklees CID intelligence unit said: “Once again we would like to thank the public for their help.

“People who skip court appearances tie up valuable police time trying to catch up with them so any help is very gratefully received.’’

After their names have appeared in the Examiner, some have turned themselves in while others have been caught.

Police have strongly urged anyone who is wanted on warrant to turn themselves in now or face having their name in the Examiner.

Cunningham, 21, was wanted on warrant for failing to appear at Huddersfield Magistrates’ Court for offences involving vehicles.

His last known address was on Whiteley Street in Milnsbridge.

Jason Tolson, 36, was wanted on warrant for failing to appear for breach of a Community Order made by Huddersfield magistrates on May 30.

He was last known to live at School Crescent in Dewsbury, but has links with the Skelmanthorpe, Scissett and Clayton West areas.

Anyone with information about bail bandits should contact Det Sgt Carter direct on 01484 436675, the police switchboard on 0845 6060606 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.