TULSA–Police are asking for help to locate a man wanted in connection with a September shooting death.
Tulsa Police are looking for Robert Nataski Cowan AKA Lul Robbie.
Nataski is described at 6”05” and weighing 150lbs.
TPD says that in September 15, 2017 at 3:30am officers responded to the Haney’s convenience store located at 911 E. 36th Street North in reference to a shooting.
TPD says that one of the victims, Walter Hogan, died as a result of a bullet wound.
The Tulsa District Attorney’s Office has approved charges for the above listed individual in reference to the listed case. Cowan has several additional charges related to the listed incident.
The police are also seeking any additional information that would lead to apprehension of the person or people responsible for crime. Citizens can remain anonymous by calling 918-596-COPS.
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A police force has unveiled an advent calendar which displays a wanted suspect each day leading up to Christmas.
Essex Police, for the first time, is displaying its festive take on ‘wanted’ posters on its social media feeds.
The first picture was released on Friday, of Tiras Downie, 38, who is wanted on suspicion of breaching a court order and has links to Wandsworth Ipswich.
A picture of him is illustrated with snowflakes and a glittery bauble.
The initiative divided opinion on social media.
A suspect on the Citrus Heights Police Department’s “most wanted” list is in custody.
Citrus Heights detectives on Tuesday located 43-year-old Timothy King outside his residence in the 5200 block of Lindhurst Avenue in Yuba County, according to a Police Department news release.
King was wanted for felony firearms violations and was placed on the department’s “most wanted” list after detectives served a narcotics search warrant at his Citrus Heights residence in May, the news release said.
King was booked into Sacramento County jail with bail set at $500,000.
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Sonoma County Alliance Offers $5,000 Reward for Federal Fugitive
CLEVELAND, OH — Carl Holland III, a 28-year-old Cleveland man, is wanted by law enforcement for aggravated homicide. Holland was named Fugitive of the Week on the Cleveland Police Department’s blog.
Holland is accused of shooting a 29-year-old man to death during a family party, cleveland.com reports. Holland reportedly went to the party, became agitated and then opened fire into a crowd. The 29-year-old was later found with a gunshot wound to his head.
Now the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is asking the public for help in locating Holland. The group is offering a reward for information that leads to Holland’s arrest.
Holland is a black man, standing about 5’10” tall and weighing approximately 240 pounds. His last known residence was the 400 block of Cleveland Road, Cleveland. He is considered armed and dangerous.
Holland is wanted by both the Cleveland Police Department and the U.S.
Posted: Oct 24 2017 06:11PM EDT
Video Posted: Oct 26 2017 11:01PM EDT
Updated: Oct 27 2017 10:36PM EDT
By RICK GREEN, LACONIA DAILY SUN
LACONIA — Officers responding to a call about a suspicious person in Wyatt Park Saturday arrested a man featured as a “Fugitive of the Week” by the U.S. Marshals Service’s Fugitive Task Force.
Eric Prescott, 32, was wanted for violation of parole in connection with a conviction and prison sentence for sexual assault and attempted aggravated felonious sexual assault.
Police said Prescott tried to run from officers, but was captured after a brief struggle. He is also facing a charge of resisting arrest.
Prescott was featured as a “Fugitive of the Week” on Oct. 11 on various television stations, newspapers and websites. Also, law enforcement agencies received the notification.
The Marshals Fugitive Task Force received and investigated numerous tips indicating that Prescott was still in the Laconia.
He was taken to Belknap County Jail, where he will be held without bail, pending his return to the state prison on his
CONCORD — On Saturday night, Oct. 21, “Fugitive of the Week,” Eric Prescott, 32, was arrested by members of the Laconia Police Department after responding to a call about a suspicious person in Wyatt Park.
Officers responded to the call about the suspicious person in Wyatt Park, which was reported as a possible overdose in the outhouse off of Champlin Street. Upon arrival, the suspicious person fled, was chased and caught by officers. After a brief struggle, the individual was arrested and charged with resisting arrest. He was later identified as Eric Prescott, who was wanted on an outstanding parole warrant. This parole violation warrant was issued in relation to Prescott’s prior conviction and sentence for attempted aggravated felonious sexual assault and sexual assault.
Prescott was transported to the Belknap County Jail, where he will be held without bail on his resisting arrest charges and his pending