Fugitive Friday: May 7

first_imgFugitive Friday: May 14 May 14, 2021 RELATEDTOPICS Advertisement AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments AdvertisementTags: Fugitive Friday Fugitive Friday: May 21 May 23, 2021center_img Fugitive Friday: May 28 May 28, 2021 AdvertisementBrandon BushAlso on the run this week is a guy who mistook Del Prado Boulevard on the Cape for a racetrack, swerving in and out of traffic at extremely high rates of speed. Brandon Bush has beenon the run for the last month after violating probation on the heels of an arrest for recklessdriving causing bodily injury, as well as the possession of cocaine. Cape cops initially spottedBush driving fast and erratically until he finally hit a concrete curb which stopped him in histracks. Officers said Bush was argumentative and combative and showed multiple signs ofimpairment. Even during his ride to the jail, Bush continued to be mouthy and kept kicking atthe car door. And while he was being booked downtown, officers found a baggie of cocainewhich Bush had been trying to conceal. Over the years, he’s been booked eight times before forDUI, grand theft, burglary, resisting, and being a deadbeat dad. He is 5’10”, 160 pounds, and waslast known to be living in North Fort Myers. He has several tattoos, including “never give up”and “what you give is what you get” on his chest.Paul WilliamsAnd finally, a couple of weekends ago, you may recall a chaotic scene in Alva at the CharlestonPark Day celebration, where gunfire rang out and at least one person was shot. Well, detectivesnow believe that Paul Williams, aka Paul Gee, was one of the gunmen responsible for theoutbreak of violence that night. They claim that Williams, who is a registered convicted felon,was on scene and fired at least five rounds, which were found adjacent to the playground.Williams is a repeat offender with a history of violent behavior, including evidence tampering,drugs, burglary, and criminal mischief. He’s also been jailed for illegally possessing an AR-15while taping a rap video in Lee County. US Marshals say Williams indicated through friends thathe was going to turn himself in on the new weapons charges, but a week later and he’s still outthere. This 28-year-old Lehigh felon is 6’1”, 190 pounds, with several tattoos, including “Mybrother’s keeper” and “only God can judge me” inked on his chest, “struggle” written on his leftarm, and “life of street justice” on his right arm. Every Friday, Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers shares information on four fugitives authorities need help finding.Anyone with information on these four is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-8477.Eric Armas – a 29-time repeat offender wanted on grand theft charges in Lee CountySamuel Burnham – wanted in Collier County for domestic violence-related crimeBrandon Bush – on the run after violating probation for reckless driving and drug possessionPaul Williams – accused of being the gunman behind a recent shooting in Charleston ParkEric ArmasWe’re starting off our list with a guy who’s been booked 29 times locally so far, and now he’sripe for a return trip to jail after raiding a storage closet at a local hospital. A new warrant forthe arrest of Eric Armas was issued two weeks ago after he violated terms of his probationfollowing an arrest for grand theft. While in the emergency room with a female friend, Armasdecided to sneak into a hallway supply shelf and remove a collection of unusual items, includinga headlamp, forceps, gauze wraps, and even urine specimen cups, which he stuffed down hispants and into a patient garment bag. A paramedic watched the whole thing unfold andreported it to officials, which led to a quick arrest before he could get away. This 36-year-oldoffender has been committing felony crimes since he was 16, with arrests for robbery, drugs,battery, resisting, and several counts of DUI. He’s also been sent to prison once for a violentoffense and is known to have gang affiliations. He is 5’10”, 195 pounds, with several tattoos,including the phrase “no pain” on his left arm, and his last name inked on his back.Samuel BurnhamNext up is a career criminal with an extensive history of violence towards women both in Leeand Collier Counties. Samuel Burnham is on the run in Naples for violating the terms of his stateprobation following an arrest for domestic violence. To date, Burnham has been busted 24times in Lee County and four times in Collier on a long list of crimes that include aggravatedstalking, grand theft, dealing in stolen property, fraud, contempt, burglary, fleeing and eludingand aggravated battery on a pregnant victim, to name just a few. This 41-year-old felon is aregistered convicted felon in the state of Florida, with known gang affiliations. He is 6’2”, 250pounds and has been known to move back and forth between the East Naples area, Lehigh andGolden Gate Estates. Burnham has several tattoos, including a rose with “Mom” on his rightarm, a panther on his left arm, and a cross on his left hand. Detectives say he may be using thealiases of Sid Burnham, Brian Tipton, or Outlaw Burnham in order to avoid arrest. Advertisement Fugitive Friday: June 4 June 6, 2021last_img

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