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October 01. 2014 10:28PM

Fugitive
of the Week:

Darrell W. Cook


Darrell Cook 

The U.S. Marshals Service District of New Hampshire/Joint Fugitive Task Force has named Darrell Wayne Cook as New Hampshire’s fugitive of the week.

Cook, 30, is wanted on warrants from U.S. District Court for violating the terms of his supervised release. He was sentenced in 2009 to 53 months in federal custody followed by five years of supervised release for conspiracy to commit robberies and burglaries involving controlled substances, as well as possession with intent to distribute controlled substances.

He has an extensive criminal history including arrests for violence-related offenses and escape. Cook is 5-feet-8, 190 pounds with blue eyes and blond hair that may be shaved bald. He has tattoos on his left hand, both arms and his chest. He was last known to be living in Franklin, and is likely still in the area, where he has family and friends.

The marshals advise the public not to attempt to apprehend a fugitive, who should be 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 information visit usmarshals.gov/district/nh.