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Western District of Pennsylvania

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District News:  December 15, 2014 - Allegheny County Police homicide suspect Darshele Maurice Johnson was apprehended this morning by members of the U.S. Marshals Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force. Johnson was charged by the Allegheny County Police with Criminal Homicide and Carrying a Firearm without a License following an investigation into the shooting death of Christopher Moss.  Read More

Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force Patch

Western District of Pennsylvania

Fugitive Task Force Most Wanted

Please call the U.S. Marshals, Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force at: 412-422-GRAB(4722) or 412-644-6628 with any information. You may also send an email to:  All information WILL remain confidential and you may remain anonymous. A cash reward may be available.

Profiled Fugitives:  Do you have information on these fugitives?

AKERLY, Michael Edward ARIAS-CRUZ, Felix BARMES, Marvin L. BECKFORD, Patrick Anthony BOWYER, William Robert
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CANDELARIO, Pedro COZART, Lynn Owen DIXON, Clive A. DORTCH, Ramon Dalevone DURAN, Jose
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ECKROTE, Tina Annette FABISESKI, William Andrew GONZALEZ, Joshua GRAY, Darnell Lee GREEN, Harvey Jr.
GREER, Daniel GUDINO, Edgar HALL, Darren HAMMOND, Daishon HERGET, Michael
JACKSON, Nakei JAMIEL, Haider KEITH, George Allen KIMBROUGH, Michael MANTRI, Hermant
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MATHIS, Eric MAY, Pedro Don MCDONALD, Casey MCGAFFIC, Brian MONTGOMERY, Price William
ONDICH, Shane PARSON, Charles Edward PLOSKI, Benjamin RHODES, Steven Lamont RAGIN, Christian
RODRIGUEZ, Rosario SALEH, Ghassan SANCHEZ, Carlos Alberto SANCHEZ, John SAPP, Leslie
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