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Fugitive
of the Week:

Captured

Marsalis Johnson

The U.S. Marshals Service District of New Hampshire/Joint Fugitive Task Force has named Marsalis “Mook” Johnson as New Hampshire’s fugitive of the week.

Johnson, 22, is wanted on warrants from Manchester police for being a felon in possession of a firearm and reckless conduct, stemming from an incident in which he allegedly fired a bullet through an apartment wall. He is believed to be armed with a handgun and should be considered dangerous. He is described as 6 feet tall, 140 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He has extensive tattoos on his neck, chest, both arms and hands. “DUES” is tattooed on his right fingers, “PAID” on his left. He was last known to be living in Manchester, where he has friends, family and associates.

The U.S. Marshals Service advises the public not to approach the fugitive, who is considered armed and dangerous. Instead, report any information to the U.S. Marshals Service’s Concord office at 225-1632 or call 1-877-WANTED-2 or text “NHTIP” with any information to TIP411.

For more information visit usmarshals.gov/district/nh