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Fugitive Man: Hunting Violent Criminals for the FBI and Searching for Justice for the Innocent Convict

We’ve all seen how the criminal justice system is portrayed on TV. From NCIS and Law & Order to White Collar and Cops, we’re led to believe that we know how the system works. But how much do we really know about what goes on?

Author Robert Cromwell has actually been there, behind the lines, searching for truth and justice–and finding that they are not always easily connected.

Fugitive Man: Hunting Violent Criminals for the FBI and Searching for Justice for the Innocent Convict details his own story–his work as a New Jersey police officer and NCIS agent, and his twenty-two-year FBI career–looking at some of his more interesting cases along the way and giving us the chance to see inside the day-to-day workings of an agent’s life. As we read Cromwell’s story, we also come to understand why, despite the incredible good it does, the criminal justice system is not always just.

Robert Cromwell retired as an FBI Special Agent in Charge following a distinguished twenty-two-year career. More than half his FBI career involved investigations within the FBI’s Violent Crime Program and he was recognized by the FBI Director as one of the FBI’s most successful fugitive hunters. Prior to joining the FBI, Cromwell served as a New Jersey police officer and a Special Agent with NCIS, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Following retirement, Cromwell became part owner of the Police Community Net, an online learning center for law enforcement, featuring nationally recognized subject matter experts providing online courses in law enforcement subjects. He also serves on the Board of the Innocence Project of Florida, working to exonerate innocent people wrongfully sent to prison, and is currently Board Chairman.

U.S. Marshals arrest 3 fugitives in 2 days

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CONCORD, NH – Three “Fugitives of the Week” have been arrested by the U.S. Marshals Service since May 23.

Dearborn

Early Monday afternoon “Fugitive of the Week” Jordan Dearborn, 26, was arrested without incident by the Manchester Police Department.  Dearborn had been wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant for violations of federal supervised release.  Mr. Dearborn was on supervised release due to a conviction and sentence for aiding and abetting in a bank robbery. 

According to the Manchester Police Department, they had received an anonymous tip indicating that Dearborn was living in the 400 block of Dubuque Street, but officers on patrol had spotted Dearborn walking in the area of Pine and Chestnut Street, where he was arrested without incident.  Mr Dearborn had his initial court appearance in U.S. District Court on Tuesday, and was

Read More at: https://manchesterinklink.com/u-s-marshals-arrest-3-fugitives-2-days/

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Fugitive of Week is Berwick woman wanted on narcotics charge

CONCORD — A Berwick, Maine, woman wanted for possession of a narcotic drug with intent to distribute and a bail violation on a larceny charge is this week’s New Hampshire Fugitive of the Week, according to a press release from the U.S. Marshals Service in Concord.

Nicole Morgan Perry, 21, is wanted on warrants issued by the U.S. District Court in Concord and Strafford County. The warrants were issued on Feb. 15 and May 18, according to the press release. The bail violation out of Strafford County is described as “organized retail crime (larceny).”

The District of New Hampshire — New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force has been assigned to locate and arrest Perry, who was last known to live in Berwick, Maine. Perry’s current whereabouts are unknown.

If you know of the whereabouts of Perry, or have observed a person that resembles her, please contact the U.S.

Read More at: http://www.fosters.com/news/20170524/fugitive-of-week-is-berwick-woman-wanted-on-narcotics-charge

Fugitive of the Week: Brandon Corman | GantNews.com – Gant Daily

Fugitive of the Week: Brandon Corman (Provided photo)

CLEARFIELD – District Attorney William A. Shaw Jr. has announced Clearfield County’s Fugitive of the Week.     

He has identified the fugitive as Brandon Corman, 24, of Old Route 53, Kylertown.

Corman is wanted for failure to appear at a pre-trial conference May 18, at which time a warrant was issued for his arrest.

On Oct. 18, 2016, Officer Levi Olson of the Lawrence Township Police Department filed a criminal complaint against Corman.

He charged Corman with possession of controlled substance contraband by inmate, F2, and possession of a controlled substance, M.

According to the affidavit of probable cause, on Oct. 14, 2016, officers responded to the Clearfield County Jail due to a report about a weekend inmate who had attempted to smuggle in a controlled substance.

Upon arrival, Olson made contact with jail personnel who stated that Corman had concealed

Read More at: https://gantdaily.com/2017/05/23/fugitive-of-the-week-brandon-corman/

Fugitive of the Week: Brandon Corman

Fugitive of the Week: Brandon Corman (Provided photo)

CLEARFIELD – District Attorney William A. Shaw Jr. has announced Clearfield County’s Fugitive of the Week.     

He has identified the fugitive as Brandon Corman, 24, of Old Route 53, Kylertown.

Corman is wanted for failure to appear at a pre-trial conference May 18, at which time a warrant was issued for his arrest.

On Oct. 18, 2016, Officer Levi Olson of the Lawrence Township Police Department filed a criminal complaint against Corman.

He charged Corman with possession of controlled substance contraband by inmate, F2, and possession of a controlled substance, M.

According to the affidavit of probable cause, on Oct. 14, 2016, officers responded to the Clearfield County Jail due to a report about a weekend inmate who had attempted to smuggle in a controlled substance.

Upon arrival, Olson made contact with jail personnel who stated that Corman had concealed

Read More at: https://gantdaily.com/2017/05/23/fugitive-of-the-week-brandon-corman/

Akron man wanted in April armed home invasion: Fugitive of the Week

AKRON, Ohio – Authorities continue to search for an Akron man charged in an April home invasion where a gun was held to the victim’s head.

Mark E. Clay 

Mark Clay, 24, is charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary and abduction in connection with the April 26 home invasion, Akron Municipal Court records show. He has been named the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive of the Week.

Clay is accused as being one of two robbers who broke into a house on Jason Road near 13th Street SW. The victim, a 62-year-old woman, recognized Clay as a friend of her son, Akron police said at the time.

The robbers held a gun to her head while they tried to bind her hands with a zip tie. However, the tie only wrapped around one wrist, and the duo resorted to stealing the woman’s phone before running off, Akron

Read More at: http://www.cleveland.com/akron/index.ssf/2017/05/akron_man_wanted_in_april_arme_1.html