SUDBURY, MA—In late September earlier this year, a man apparently stole a bike from a rack at Lincoln-Sudbury High School.
Police are looking for the man shown in the picture, wanted for allegedly taking the bike on Sept. 28 when it was locked out front of the school
Any information, call Sudbury police at 978-443-1042.
Jazmyn M. Morris, 37, is wanted on a charge of bad checks, under a warrant dated Sept. 21, 2017, according to the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office.
Morris, whose last known address was in the 100 block of South Main Street in Phillipsburg, is described as 5 feet 4 inches tall and 190 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.
The prosecutor’s office asks anyone with information about Morris to contact investigators via a tip line at 908-475-6643, the fugitive unit at 908-475-6272 or via email@example.com.
JOHANNESBURG – Johannesburg’s “most wanted property hijacker” and his two alleged accomplices, implicated in eight cases of property hijacking in the city, have been arrested, City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba said on Saturday.
The three would appear in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court on 4 January, he said.
“It is alleged that this kingpin approached unsuspecting tenants residing in properties around Joburg and introduced himself as an investigator. He would then state that the true owners of the properties were hijackers and that the tenants should not co-operate with them. Further, he would instruct the tenants not to pay any rent to the owners but to him instead.”
The same modus operandi was used earlier this year when the alleged kingpin and his co-accused attempted to hijack a building in Jeppestown. The owners of the property informed the city’s
A Geyserville traffic stop Thursday over an illegible license plate ended up netting a man on Napa County’s Most Wanted list, authorities said.
Michael Patrick Dunne, 32, of Napa, was driving a green Jeep in the 5000 block of Highway 128 about 12:50 a.m. Thursday when he passed a Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy who couldn’t read the license plate because it wasn’t lit, a news release said.
Upon being pulled over, Dunne claimed he didn’t have his driver’s license and gave the deputy a name other than his own, the release said.
The deputy was just about to cite him for driving without a license, when he noticed something hidden under Dunne’s sweatshirt — a methamphetamine pipe, the release said.
When the deputy searched the rest of the car, he found another pipe, methamphetamine and Dunne’s actual driver’s license. A records search showed Dunne was wanted on
Burlington police updated their most wanted list Friday, Dec. 29.
New on the list are:
Amanda Dawn Howard, 32, 5 feet 4 inches tall, 154 pounds, charged with assault and battery;
Aspen Laquan Cheek, 25, unknown height and weight, charged with possession of a stolen firearm, accessory after the fact of felony, and common law obstruction of justice;
Deion Ha’Shantre Horton, 21, 5 feet 6 inches tall, 117 pounds, charged with breaking or entering a motor vehicle, misdemeanor larceny, and financial card theft;
Darieen Marquise Hewett, 18, 5 feet 11 inches tall, 124 pounds, charged with breaking or entering a motor vehicle, misdemeanor larceny, and financial card theft;
Rezell Alston IV, 27, 5 feet 6 inches tall, 180 pounds, charged with possession of a firearm by a felon, assault by pointing a gun, and injury to personal property;
Booker Thomas Crank, 26, 5 feet 10 inches
NAPA (CBS SF) — A Sonoma County Sheriff’s deputy arrested one of Napa County’s Most Wanted criminals early Thursday during a traffic stop, authorities said.
The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office said 32-year-old Michael Dunne was arrested at around 1 a.m.
Dunne was among those listed on Napa County’s Most Wanted List after he failed to appear in court on two felony counts of possession for sale of a controlled substance and two felony special allegations of possession with a prior controlled substance conviction.
A deputy saw a green Jeep drive past him in the 5000 block of Highway 128 in Geyserville and noticed that the rear license plate could not be read. The deputy pulled over the car and spoke with the driver and passenger.
The driver, later identified as Dunne, initially gave a fake name to the deputy but did not have a driver’s license with him.
Jailed Russian hacker Konstantin Kozlovsky claims that a Russian intelligence officer directed him to hack the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 presidential elections, McClatchy reports.
Kozlovsky made the admission in a written interview with Russia’s independent RAIN television channel.
The hacker claims a data signature that he left behind, with the numbers of his Russian passport and the number of his visa to visit St. Martin left as a generic data file saved to the DNC servers.
Kozlovsky also claims that for seven years he was under the control of Major Dmitry Dokuchayev, an officer in Russia’s FSB intelligence service.
Dmitriy Aleksandrovich Dokuchayev, AKA Patrick Nag, was the subject of a federal arrest warrant issued in February and is considered a “most wanted” suspect by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
“From at least January of 2014, continuing through December of 2016, Dmitry Aleksandrovich Dokuchaev is alleged to have conspired with, among