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Fugitive Friday: January 28 – NBC2 News

Every Friday, Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers shares information on four fugitives that authorities need help finding.

Anyone with information about these four is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-8477.

  1. Jerry Chaney – a 40-time repeat offender wanted for a burglary and grand theft-related crime
  2. John Owens – on the run after a series of baby formula thefts from local stores
  3. Edwin Rolon – wanted in Lee County for violating sex offender probation
  4. Andrew Sloan – charged with theft and defrauding local pawnbrokers

Jerry Chaney

This week, we’re starting our list with the guy responsible for a long list of crimes committed over the past three decades. Order bench for the arrest Jerry Chaney was issued earlier this month after he failed to appear in court following an arrest for grand theft and burglary. His latest offense stems from an incident where Chaney was accused of stealing bundles of wire from a business’ work truck. Chaney, also an avid scraper, immediately sold the wire and pocketed the cash himself. Over the years, the repeat offender has been charged 40 times before on a long list of charges including battery, drugs, fraud, contempt, major auto theft and DUI causing serious bodily injury. for body. In addition to his time behind bars in the local area, he was also jailed once for a firearms violation. The 44-year-old is 5’10”, 145 pounds tall and has been tried as a registered felon. Chaney was last known to be living in North Fort Myers and after his arrest he will be in custody. keep no strings attached.

John Owens

Next is an eclectic thief whose actions have earned him the nickname Blue Bonnett Bandit. John Owens currently has three arrest warrants for theft and conspiracy to commit fraud. Owens allegedly targeted several grocery stores for about two weeks, stealing hundreds of millions of dollars in baby formula. He has been caught on camera at least twice flipping through stores on a motor scooter wearing a blue shower cap, hence the nickname Blue Bonnet.

He was released last July on probation, which he has now breached. Over the years, Owens has charged Lee, Collier, Charlotte and Sarasota Counties with a long list of thefts, assaults, battery and fraud. This 23-year-old fugitive is 6’0″, 160 pounds, with a money bag tattoo on his left arm and musical notes on his right arm.

Edwin Rolon

Also on this last Friday of January is Edwin Rolon, wanted for violating sex offender probation after being arrested for lewd and lewd conduct. Rolon is accused of soliciting a 12-year-old girl to perform a sexual act. He convinces her not to tell anyone about it since he’s on probation and is the guy who sells weed to all the kids in the neighborhood. Fortunately, the victim’s parents suspected something was amiss and were able to intercept messages between their daughter and Rolon. For the assaults, Rolon spent six months in the Lee County Jail, followed by another two and a half years in prison before being released on probation. Last week, Rolon fell off the radar, which triggered a new arrest warrant for him. The 28-year-old offender has five arrests on his rap track, for additional charges of drugs, DUI and hit and run. He’s 5’10”, 170 pounds and was last known to live in Lehigh.

Andrew Sloan

Rounding out our list this week is a convicted felon accused of cleaning up his ex’s electronics while she was away for the day. The victim said she came home to find all her televisions had suddenly disappeared. She immediately became suspicious Andrew Sloan crime, especially given his history of repeated theft. He eventually testified that he stole items and then pawned things for some quick cash, which kept him behind bars for five months before being sentenced to two years in prison. . To date, Sloan has had 14 arrests with crimes of fraud, robbery, trafficking in stolen property, drugs, batteries and fighting. He’s 6’4″, weighs 207 pounds with a tattoo of an eagle on his left arm, a pitbull on his right arm, a smiley face on his right finger and the phrase “Trust No One” written on it. belly.

https://nbc-2.com/news/crime/2022/01/28/fugitive-friday-january-28/ Fugitive Friday: January 28 – NBC2 News

Tom Vazquez

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