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U.S. Marshals Service

Fugitive Investigations - 15 Most Wanted

David Benjamin Creamer David Benjamin CREAMER  - Wanted Poster

This individual is considered armed and dangerous. Do not attempt to apprehend this fugitive yourself. Report any information to the nearest USMS District Office or usms.wanted@usdoj.gov

Case Overview

On 12/29/97 an arrest warrant was issued for David CREAMER for violation of pre-trial release conditions. That warrant was subsequently dismissed based on an 9th Circuit blanket pre-trial warrant order. A new warrant was issued on 12/09/2004. CREAMER’S original charges are money laundering, felon in possession of firearms and distribution of child pornography. The original investigation, conducted by U. S. Customs and ATF, alleged that CREAMER made millions selling child pornography on compact disks. During the original investigation more than 70 firearms and nearly 80,000 rounds of ammo were seized from CREAMER.

On 1/11/2000 CREAMER was made a USMS Top 15 fugitive. Investigation to date has revealed that CREAMER is likely armed, with at least a .38 caliber handgun in a shoulder holster. CREAMER has made statements to the effect that he will not be taken alive. CREAMER should be considered armed and dangerous.

CREAMER is a heavy smoker, prefers ‘English Oval’ type cigarettes, especially Sherman Whites. He also has diabetes and as a result has poor circulation. The poor circulation causes him difficulty when walking sometimes. He has a noticeable scar on the back of his neck from the removal of a large boil. The scar should be shaped like a plus sign. The scar area bothers him and he tends to lean forward when driving so that the scar does not rub against the head rest. He has a brown grapefruit sized skin discoloration on his left side rib cage area. CREAMER rarely wears long sleeve shirts and prefers ‘Mexican wedding shirts.’ He has also been fond of wearing one piece mechanics style jump suits.

CREAMER is a diabetic and must take medication. He was last known to be taking Glupizide (AKA Glucotrol) for his diabetes. He was also taking Seldane, a prescription allergy medicine and Diclofenac Sodium, a prescription pain killer. According to his former pharmacist CREAMER must have the diabetes medicine to live.

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