The U.S. Marshal adds four fugitives to the November's "Dangerous Dozen," list that consists of suspects wanted for arrest throughout northern Ohio.
Antijuan Smith from the Sandusky area faces charges including kidnapping and assault. Officials allege Smith tried kidnapping a female outside his home by forcing her into his home. The female managed to escape by getting help from a male whom Smith allegedly assaulted during the attempt.
Shawn Johnson, of Akron, is wanted on charges of aggravated robbery and felonious assault. Johnson had allegedly shot and robbed a man sitting in a van last year in March, according to officials. The victim sustained non-life threatening injuries.
Officials allege Troy Adamini, of Sheffield Lake, stabbed another man during a drug deal that took a turn for the worst. Adamini is charged with assault.
Nelson Rosado from Ashtabula allegedly lured a man to a parking lot, where he robbed and beat him who sustained serious head injuries. Rosado faces charges of aggravated robbery and felonious assault.
U.S. Marshal Peter J. Elliott announced earlier this month Dawn Smith has been added to the "Agonizing 8," for a crimes that have caused great physical and mental pain on their victims. Smith was convicted of "corruption" of a 13-year-old teen. Smith did not register as a sex offender.
READ: Entire list of November's "Dangerous Dozen."