OKLAHOMA CITY - A newly redesigned website shows Oklahoma's City wanted suspects.
The public is welcome to submit anonymous tips online, make donations to the Crime Stoppers program, and even scan for wanted fugitives.
Right now, the website indicates police are searching for six wanted fugitives.
Those suspects include David Steven Blair II, Christopher Allan Wade, Desmond Deanthony Anderson, Armando Robert Calhoun, Derrick Lamont Garrett, and Frank Anthony Dales.
On April 17, 2016, authorities say David Steven Blair, 35, was driving north on I-35 near Covell at a high rate of speed, when he crossed the center barrier, pushing through the protective cables and heading the wrong way in the southbound lanes.
Blair’s car clipped a 2016 Honda Pilot before striking a Chrysler minivan head on.
The two people in the mini-van, 43-year-old Philip John Hess and a two-year-old girl,were pronounced dead at the scene.
Blair and his passenger were transported to a local hospital in critical condition.
The passenger later passed away, officials said.
Christopher Allan Wade, 41, is wanted for false declaration to a pawn broker and three counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Desmond Deanthony Anderson is wanted for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Police say the warrant stems from a stabbing that occurred on April 2, 2016 in N.E. Oklahoma City.
Anderson is a known gang member, authorities said.
Armando Robert Calhoun is wanted in connection to a violent assault that took place in S.E. Oklahoma City on April 7, 2016, police say.
He reportedly tied up a woman and severely beat her.
Derrick Lamont Garrett is wanted in connection to a homicide that occurred on Aug. 23, 2016.
Investigators soon learned the victim had been shot to death.
Officials claim that 22-year-old Derrick Lamont Garrett kidnapped the victim from his home before the shooting occurred.
Authorities issued an arrest warrant for Garrett for kidnapping and first-degree burglary.
Frank Anthony Dales, 28, is wanted in connection to a grand larceny that occurred on April 26, 2016.
Police say he stole a very expensive guitar from a music store in N.W. Oklahoma City.
If you have any information on any of these men, please submit a tip to Crime Stoppers, or call (405)235-7300.