11:25 AM

Camden County's most wanted fugitive, who was profiled last week on America's Most Wanted, has been captured in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Fifty year-old Larry Arbuckle had been on the run since October of 2009 after he was charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a 27 year-old mentally handicapped woman and her two year-old little boy.

Corporal McCrary Means with the Hot Springs police department says that a tipster called a little after 7 p.m. on Tuesday February 23, 2010, and told cops where they could find the fugitive. Arbuckle was arrested at a residence in Garland County and taken into custody without incident.

Arbuckle's most recent mug shot

Arbuckle has waived extradition back to Missouri to face first degree child molestation, forcible sodomy, forcible rape, sexual assault, deviate sexual assault and two counts of first degree statutory sodomy.

What makes the crimes even more heinous is that Arbuckle reportedly smoked pot with the woman and gave her Viagra in her already diminished mental state.

The victims 7 year-old son is the one who told cops about Arbuckle's alleged crimes.

Camden County Detective Wendy Kost says that Arbuckle was featured on the AMW Wall of Shame on February 20th and believes that a viewer called police with the tip on where to find Arbuckle.