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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.

Fugitive Of The Week: Man Robbed Tedeschi’s in Framingham With Kitchen Knife

FRAMINGHAM, MA—On Feb. 4, 2017, a man brandished a large kitchen knife and robbed a clerk at Tedeschi’s in downtown Framingham.

He was never apprehended, and is on the Mass. Most Wanted list.

This Hispanic man is described as thin built, medium complexion, black jacket with hood and knitted hat. Subject spoke with a Spanish accent, described as polite in his tone of voice.

If you know anything about this, or the whereabouts of this man, call Framingham police at 508-532-5923.

Photo and information via Mass. Most Wanted

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FBI to police in Texas: Bigfoot is ‘most wanted fugitive’

by: Austin American-Statesman
Updated: Jun 23, 2017 – 6:42 PM


Round Rock Parks and Rec Department’s Facebook page shared this surveillance photo of “strange footprints” found in the area. Could it be the legendary Hairy Man? (Courtesy image)
Austin Community Newspapers Staff

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Round Rock, Texas, Police Chief Allen Banks has received a special message from the Federal Bureau of Investigation: the Hairy Man seen galavanting around the Round Rock trails is a “most wanted fugitive.”

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According to the city’s Parks and Recreation Department, which has been

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FBI to police in Texas: Bigfoot is ‘most wanted fugitive’

Round Rock, Texas, Police Chief Allen Banks has received a special message from the Federal Bureau of Investigation: the Hairy Man seen galavanting around the Round Rock trails is a “most wanted fugitive.”

Read more trending news

According to the city’s Parks and Recreation Department, which has been keeping residents abreast of recent Bigfoot sightings, Round Rock’s top police official got an email from the FBI stating it has added Bigfoot to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” List.

The Bureau is offering a reward of up to $500,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of the giant, hair-covered being, according to the Parks and Rec Department.

Bigfoot was last seen on the Brushy Creek Regional Trail and made “loud, demonic-like howl sounds,” according to the FBI most-wanted poster.

Recently, some Round Rock teens and other area families have shared videos of their search for the enormous quadruped.

According to the recently released FBI

Read More at: https://www.springfieldnewssun.com/news/national/fbi-police-texas-bigfoot-most-wanted-fugitive/JzUeq6dNIZWCuQy9Xktm8N/

FBI to Round Rock police: Bigfoot is ‘most wanted fugitive&rsquo – Austin American

The Bureau is offering a reward of up to $500,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of the giant, hair-covered being, according to the Parks and Rec Department.

Read More at: http://www.statesman.com/news/local/fbi-round-rock-police-bigfoot-most-wanted-fugitive/5mH78pu0LbtffTreq9qeDO/

Northampton County authorities seek Durrell Carter – fugitive of the week

Durrell A. Carter (Courtesy photo | For lehighvalleylive.com) 

Durrell Andre Carter, 36, is wanted to appear for a parole violation hearing after pleading guilty to heroin possession with intent to deliver, according to the Northampton County Sheriff’s Department and court records. 

Carter, last known to frequent the Easton and Palmer Township areas, is described as 5 feet 5 inches tall and 140 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

The sheriff’s department asks anyone with information about Carter to call Sgt. Michael Orchulli at 610-829-6520.

Read More at: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/northampton-county/index.ssf/2017/06/northampton_county_authorities_239.html

Northampton County authorities seek Durrell Carter – fugitive of the …

Durrell A. Carter (Courtesy photo | For lehighvalleylive.com) 

Durrell Andre Carter, 36, is wanted to appear for a parole violation hearing after pleading guilty to heroin possession with intent to deliver, according to the Northampton County Sheriff’s Department and court records. 

Carter, last known to frequent the Easton and Palmer Township areas, is described as 5 feet 5 inches tall and 140 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

The sheriff’s department asks anyone with information about Carter to call Sgt. Michael Orchulli at 610-829-6520.

Read More at: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/northampton-county/index.ssf/2017/06/northampton_county_authorities_239.html

Warren County authorities seek Shane Timmons – fugitive of the week

Shane J. Timmons (Courtesy photo | For lehighvalleylive.com) 

Shane J. Timmons, 27, is wanted on a narcotics charge under a warrant dated April 3, 2017, according to the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office.

Timmons, whose last-known address was in the 500 block of Church Street in Easton, is described as 5 feet 5 inches tall and 150 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

The prosecutor’s office asks anyone with information about Timmons to contact investigators via a tip line at 908-475-6643, the fugitive unit at 908-475-6272 or via fugitive@co.warren.nj.us.

Read More at: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/warren-county/index.ssf/2017/06/warren_county_authorities_seek_91.html

Deputies: 27 of 28 suspects arrested after 2-year Berkeley Co. investigation

BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) –

A two-year investigation that targeted 28 suspects led to the arrests of all but one of them, the recovery of weapons and multiple drug charges.

Berkeley County Sheriff Duane Lewis says 27 people have been arrested on numerous violations in a sweep in Goose Creek Thursday night.

“The reason I’m announcing this today is because this work has been paid off,” Lewis said. “These people are responsible for a number of gun and drug violations in Goose Creek and we needed to get them off the streets.”

The remaining suspect, 40-year-old Rico Reid, also known as “Deuce,” who Lewis described as a “big target,” remains at large, U.S. Attorney Beth Drake said. Reid is wanted for distribution of heroin and other charges, she said.

Lewis says local, state and federal officials worked together to make undercover drug and

Read More at: http://www.live5news.com/story/35733611/deputies-27-of-28-suspects-arrested-after-2-year-berkeley-co-investigation

Deputies: 27 of 28 suspects arrested after 2-year Berkeley Co. i …

BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) –

A two-year investigation that targeted 28 suspects led to the arrests of all but one of them, the recovery of weapons and multiple drug charges.

Berkeley County Sheriff Duane Lewis says 27 people have been arrested on numerous violations in a sweep in Goose Creek Thursday night.

“The reason I’m announcing this today is because this work has been paid off,” Lewis said. “These people are responsible for a number of gun and drug violations in Goose Creek and we needed to get them off the streets.”

The remaining suspect, 40-year-old Rico Reid, also known as “Deuce,” who Lewis described as a “big target,” remains at large, U.S. Attorney Beth Drake said. Reid is wanted for distribution of heroin and other charges, she said.

Lewis says local, state and federal officials worked together to make undercover drug and

Read More at: http://www.live5news.com/story/35733611/deputies-27-of-28-suspects-arrested-after-2-year-berkeley-co-investigation

Fugitive of the Week: Man sentenced on 10 counts of burglary violated parole

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – U.S. Marshals and the Ohio Adult Parole Authority are looking for 44-year-old Jefferey Johnson, who they say violated his parole.

Johnson is described as a white man, about 5’10″ tall and weighing approximately 185 lbs. He has brown hair and hazel eyes.

He was sentenced to prison in 1992 for ten counts of burglary. Johnson was handed a 30- to 150-year sentence and received parole — which he has since violated.

The Ohio Adult Parole Authority filed a warrant for Johnson’s arrest earlier this month.

Anyone with information can contact the U.S. Marshals Tipline by calling 1-866-4WANTED, or by texting keyword “WANTED” and tip to TIP411 (847411).

Tipsters may remain anonymous and reward money may be available.

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