CAUTION: We need your help in finding these people but, the people on this page are wanted for serious and often violent crimes. If you believe that you know the location of one of these fugitives DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TAKE ANY ACTION ON YOUR OWN! Immediately call the State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section at (1-800-KAPTURE or 1-800-527-8873), (508-820-2121) or local authorities if you believe you have spotted one of these fugitives.

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Captured Reggie EllenWood Photo

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Captured MUNOZ Pedro Photo

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Miguel Villegas pdf format of Villegas-Miguel-Sex-Offender-Wanted-Poster-captured

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Lenny E. Santiago pdf format of Santiago-Lenny-Sex-Offender-Wanted-Poster

 

Carlos I. Beltran

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Captured Scott A Halle Photo

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Steven M. Cooper

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Identification Tips:

Fugitives often change their hair style and color to disguise their appearance. Men may grow or shave their facial hair. To help identify them pay close attention to facial characteristics that don't easily change such as the shape of the face, the eyebrows, the eyes, nose, mouth and chin region. Also look for distinct or prominent facial/head features.

When they adopt aliases fugitives also often incorporate part of their real name. For example they often will use their real first name, or their middle name as their first name. They may also use part of their last name by adding or subtracting to it. Example: Change last name from Richardson to Richards, or vice versa.