I-TEAM: Bodycam video shows Vegas fugitive on the run during traffic stop


LAS VEGAS, NV (KLAS)– US Marshals are looking for man in connection with a series of armed robberies. Delon Hunter, 28, violated supervised release conditions, according to the US Marshals Service.

The original case dates back to 2012. Authorities say Hunter ordered cashiers to give him money or he would shoot a customer. He was initially sentenced to nearly eight years in prison followed by supervised release. Hunter is accused of repeatedly breaking this by using drugs, cutting off his GPS bracelet, etc. Hunger also has several local mandates, including disobeying a police officer, driving while intoxicated, drug charges, and more.

A deputy marshal, who has requested that his identity be protected due to the nature of his job, expresses concern about Hunter. “His behavior intensified a bit, which worried us a lot. “

The US Marshals say the last time police had contact with Hunter was on April 22 after a traffic stop by UNLV officers who then attempted to stop him.

“What we really need to do is get him into some sort of treatment, and hopefully something gets unhooked in him where he is, he can actually sit there and think it’s not. no light for me. And it really is, our ultimate goal is to make him a productive member of society and not to continue down this path, ”added the Deputy Marshal.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the US Marshals at 725-277-6800. They believe Hunter is still in the Las Vegas area, but also say they can’t rule out he has left town.


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