One of two fugitives who eluded law officers in the Ozark Mountains for nearly two weeks after a state trooper was shot was moved today from a Clarksville jail to the jail in Clinton. Twenty-eight-year-old William J. Frazier was picked up Saturday in Johnson County while walking along Highway 64. He is expected in court tomorrow afternoon for his first appearance. Law officers tried to serve warrants March 22nd on Frazier and 49-year-old Mark Holsombach at their ramshackle cabin near Alread. They say the pair fired on them, hitting a trooper in the arm before fleeing into the woods. Holsombach and Ann Throneberry were picked up Friday in southern Newton County and taken to the Van Buren County jail in Clinton. They appeared before a judge yesterday and bonds were set. Both are in the Van Buren County jail. Police wanted to question Holsombach and Frazier about the disappearance of the Ann Throneberry and her husband, Ted. Authorities say they now believe that Ann Throneberry was at the cabin when the trooper was shot and that she ran off with Holsombach and Frazier. The search continues for Ted Throneberry.