Cody Wayne Ledbetter, a former Stephenville Yellow Jacket standout, made headlines again late last week.

Ledbetter was named the No. 1 fugitive on the Johnson County Sheriff's Office Top 10 Most Wanted List Friday.

Ledbetter's stint with Johnson County law enforcement officials began in 2003 when, as serving as an assistant coach at Alvarado High School, he was accused of an improper relationship with a student.

An indictment was handed down for the offense in 2004 and Ledbetter pleaded guilty in 2005. He was sentenced to 10 years probation.

Earlier this year, on Jan. 4, the Johnson County District Attorney's office approved a motion to revoke Ledbetter's probation.

While the cause of the revocation is unknown, Sheriff Bob Alford told the Cleburne Times Review that Ledbetter is worthy of the No. 1 most wanted slot.

"He needs to be off the street," Alford said. "If he weren't hard to find, he wouldn't be on the most wanted list. We're going through all the normal procedures to find him."

Alford also reported that warrant officers have searched for Ledbetter in obvious places, including Stephenville.

Individuals with information about Ledbetter are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-794-TIPS. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of a felon.