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Friday, April 18, 2014

Ex-convict hunted for new criminal case

Milton B. Camacho Police are hunting down an ex-convict who is facing an arrest warrant for a new criminal case.

Department of Public Safety acting spokesman Sgt. Thomas Blas said yesterday that detectives have not been able to locate Milton B. Camacho after visiting his last known address and other areas he frequented

Blas said that, on Tuesday Superior Court Associate Judge David A. Wiseman issued an arrest warrant for the 32-year-old Camacho for the charge of theft.

Saipan Tribune learned that Camacho allegedly stole an iPad that belonged to a nephew.

Blas said they are seeking the assistance of the community in locating Camacho.

Blas advised the public not to approach the suspect, but instead report his whereabouts by calling the DPS emergency line 911, the Criminal Investigation Bureau at 664-9022, or the NMI Crime Stoppers at 234-7272.

Camacho was arrested several times in the past for various crimes such as domestic violence, stealing and forging checks, and armed robbery.

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