A Lake Area businessman who went on the run after removing a court-ordered GPS unit is back in custody and becomes the third “most wanted” fugitive out of Camden County to be taken down in about a week. The U.S. Marshal’s Office reports that Tom Rickey, the second, was taken into custody Friday night at an apartment in downtown Kansas City. The troubles for Rickey started in August, 2018, when he was charged with two counts of felony assault and one felony count of property damage in connection to an incident when he allegedly sprayed two men with mace in retaliation for an earlier incident involving his brother. Rickey was charged again in September, 2018, with felony domestic violence and two counts of child endangerment for incidents happening in Sunrise Beach. In the Sunrise Beach incident, it’s alleged that Rickey assaulted his former girlfriend and mother of his two children. He allegedly attempted to hit his ex girlfriend with a vehicle. When Rickey went on the run, he took the kids with him. At the time of the arrest, the Marshal’s office says Rickey resisted by trying to keep the door closed. The door was forcibly opened by the marshals. Following the arrest, the children were returned to their mother. Rickey is, currently, being held on the no bond warrant out of Camden County in the Jackson County Detention Center.