Top 3 wanted fugitives in Hampton Roads
Have you seen any of the people in these photos? If so, the U.S. Marshals could use your help to find them.
The U.S. Marshal’s Service is looking for these fugitives who may be hiding out in the Hampton Roads area. If you know where they are, call the U.S. Marshal’s Tip Line at (757) 955-6821.
- Jennifer Smedley is a 5’01” 200lbs white female wanted out of the city of Chesapeake for a Violation of Probation on an original charge of Possession of Ecstasy and Oxycodone. Smedley has an extensive criminal history that consists of Drug, Possession and Fraud related charges, all within the Hampton Roads area. Investigation into Smedley has revealed information that she may be residing around Airline Blvd in Portsmouth, but has been known to travel throughout the Hampton Roads area. It is unknown as to the location of Smedley’s family, and if she has members of her family in this community. A member of the public should never attempt to approach, or apprehend a fugitive. If information is available or Smedley is seen, please call the United States Marshals Service at (757) 955-6821.
- The United States Marshals Service is currently looking for Joey Rogers, a 56 year old black male wanted out of the city of Newport News for Probation Violation. Rogers is known to frequent the Newport News area and has a history of narcotics violations and use. Rogers’s original arrest was for possession of cocaine after his arrest in 2006 by Newport News Police in which a search of his person located narcotics and related items. Rogers has a history of drug abuse and may display erratic behavior. If Rogers is seen, do not approach or confront him and he should be considered armed and extremely dangerous. If information is available or Rogers is seen, please call the United States Marshals Service at (757) 955-6821.
- The United States Marshals Service is currently looking for Moses Williams Jr., a 27 year old black male wanted out of the city of Chesapeake for Probation Violation. Williams is known to live all over the Hampton Roads area, including Virginia Beach and Norfolk, and has outstanding warrants in multiple surrounding jurisdictions. Williams’s original charges were for possession of cocaine and firearms. Williams is considered violent and has a history of drug abuse. If Williams is seen, do not approach or confront him and he should be considered armed and extremely dangerous. If information is available or Williams is seen, please call the United States Marshals Service at (757) 955-6821.
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