MANVILLE, NJ — Rebecca Carlin of Manville has been named Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office Fugitive of the Week for the week of Jan. 12.
Carlin’s last known address is 301 North 5th Ave., Manville. She is described as a white female, 5’9,” weighs 190 pounds and has black hair and green eyes.
She is wanted on an outstanding warrant issued on Dec. 22, 2017 for a failure to appear in Somerset County Superior Court for the original charge of third degree possession of controlled dangerous substance (CDS).
Anyone with information pertaining to her whereabouts should contact Somerset County Communications at 908-526-2500 and ask for the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office On-Call Fugitive Supervisor or make a report via the STOPit app. This app is free to download on the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Access code: SOMERSETNJ.
(Image via Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office: Rebecca Carlin of Manville)
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A Wallaceton woman was named Clearfield County Fugitive of the Week.
Tiffany Walk, 25, failed to appear for a Jan. 3 preliminary hearing, according to Clearfield County District Attorney William A. Shaw, Jr. A warrant was issued for her arrest.
Walk’s preliminary hearing stemmed from a June 12 incident. She had an active warrant, and police received a report that she was “running and hiding from a group” of people, according to Shaw. She was taken into custody after police identified her and discovered controlled substances, drug paraphernalia and a handgun in her backpack.
She was charged with felony possession of a firearm, felony firearm not to be carried without a license, misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.
Anyone with possible knowledge of Walk’s whereabouts should call
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NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) –
New Orleans Police worked with the FBI and U.S. Marshals Service to round up violent offenders over a seven day period at the height of the holiday season.
“We’re doing this every single day, but we thought during this holiday season and before the end of the year, we could make the city safer for the shopping season,” New Orleans Police Department Superintendent Michael Harrison said.
The task force made 34 arrests for 59 separate offenses.
“Many of the offenders arrested in this week were wanted for violent crimes ranging from homicide, sexual assault and armed robbery,” Harrison said.
Harrison said five people were arrested for murder, five for armed robbery, six for aggravated rape and five for aggravated battery.
Officers also found three guns as they carried out search warrants.
“Two of the robberies were actually Crimestopper
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RATHDRUM This weeks North Idaho Violent Crimes Task Force fugitive of the week was captured Friday morning after a tip led police to a Rathdrum residence.
The Kootenai County Sheriffs Office received information that Dustin R. Hieronymus, 36, was currently inside the residence. Hieronymus had a current probation violation warrant for his arrest stemming from an aggravated assault charge.
Sheriffs deputies responded at 9:49 a.m. to the 14000 block of N. Idaho Road near Rathdrum. Upon the deputies arrival, another occupant of the house exited and informed deputies Hieronymus was inside the residence.
Hieronymus refused to exit the residence and after an extended standoff with deputies, the Kootenai County Joint Agency SWAT team was deployed. Hieronymus surrendered to the SWAT team shortly after and was arrested by KCSO deputies for his warrant.
This is the 21st time Hieronymus will be booked into the Kootenai County Public Safety Building.
Read More at: http://www.cdapress.com/local_news/20171111/sheriffs_deputies_swat_team_arrest_fugitive
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MACON COUNTY, Tenn. — The fugitive just added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Top 10 Most Wanted list has been captured.
Dylan Ferguson was located in Hartsville, Tennessee, just south of Macon County.
Matthew White and Jeffrey Strong, the two inmates who escaped with him, are still on the run.
The trio escaped from the Macon County Jail around 2 a.m. Wednesday after they pulled down a speaker from the ceiling of their cell, climbed into ductwork and got away. They eventually stole a Ford pickup, but then ditched it near a creek.
On Wednesday, there were reports that one of the inmates had been recaptured, but that information turned out to be false.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Denver Fugitive Operations team officers arrested one of ERO’s most wanted fugitives Friday morning in Aurora, Colorado, making a second arrest in the process.
Jose Victor Bonilla-Melendez, aka Anthony Garcia-Melendez, 48, a citizen of Honduras, was located after ERO received a tip about his whereabouts from someone who saw a social media post by the local Denver ABC affiliate regarding his inclusion among ICE’s most wanted fugitives. Bonilla–Melendez was wanted by ICE for removal from the U.S. as convicted sex offender, last seen in Aurora.
Bonilla-Melendez has a criminal history that includes felony convictions for assault causing serious bodily injury, sexual assault, and unlawful re-entry of a deported alien. He has been removed from the U.S. on two prior occasions, most recently on April 5, 2006. On Dec. 7, 2014, the Aurora Police Department arrested him
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