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Jason C. Farnum

Posted: Apr 16, 2018 10:14 AM Updated:

Name: Jason C. Farnum

             Male / Pacific Islander / Age: 41

             HT: 5’10”   WT: 195lbs

             Eyes: Brown   Hair: Black

Last known village:  Agana Heights

 

Scars/Marks/Tattoos: Left Arm: a full sleeve, Right Arm: full sleeve

 

Wanted for:  Violating the Conditions of Probation

 

Initial Charges: Possession of Schedule II Controlled Substance

 

Criminal Warrants: CF0399-15

 Issued 12/19/2016

If you have any information regarding this individual or if the individual being sought would like to self-surrender, please contact the Marshals Division Warrant & Intel Section at 475-3513 or call Crime Stopper at 477-HELP (4357). 

All calls will be kept STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL  

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