Less than one week after U.S. Marshals in Northern Ohio released their list of a new "Dangerous Dozen", two new arrests and have been, including a NBC24 Fugitive of the Week.
Eric Jones , 27, was taken into custody Saturday afternoon at a home in the 3600-block of Burton St. in Toledo. He was wanted for homicide and had been on the run since Sept. 2009. Authorities say Jones was driving while intoxicated at a high rate speed on Central Ave. before ramming into the rear end of a commercial trailer. His passenger had to be cut out of the vehicle and later died. Jones was taken to the hospital and then fled.
The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force was alerted to Jones' whereabouts after an tip came in from a citizen who recognized the suspect in a media announcement.
U.S. Marshals also arrested Tristan Alls, 19, over the holiday weekend in Lorain County. Alls was wanted for felonious assault. He was taken into custody after authorities located him at a weekend barbeque.
Christopher Williams , 19, also on the "Dangerous Dozen" list, is wanted for aggravated assault with a firearm. Toledo Police say Williams, a known member of the Fernwood Boys gang in Central Toledo, was walking down Fernwood around 10:00 am on Apr. 14 when he noticed two young women sitting in a car on the street near his home. Williams allegedly fired several rounds at the women. He is a black male, 5'11" tall and 210 lbs. He has black hair and brown eyes.
If you know where Williams, or any other "Dangerous Dozen" member, is hiding you are asked to call 1-866-4-WANTED. Your tip can remain anonymous and may lead to a cash reward.
View updated lists, including photos, of U.S. Marshals' "Dangerous Dozen"