A District man is wanted on three warrants in Prince George's County and is being hunted by the U.S. marshals.
Authorities say Beysean Jones and another individual robbed a woman of her vehicle at gunpoint in May 2012. Jones and the other individual approached the woman on the 1100 block of Kennebec Street in Oxon Hill. The two pointed their guns at her, demanded her keys and her iPhone, then drove off with the stolen property, according to authorities.
Jones has robbed others of their vehicles in a similar manner, resulting in the two additional warrants, according to Supervisory Inspector Matt Burke, of the Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force.
"Beysean seems to be on a bit of a one-person crime spree," Burke said. "This young man is clearly out of control and a threat to the public. Examiner readers have been producing well lately, and we want some help with Jones so that we can get him in custody before anyone else gets hurt."
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Jones has an address listed on Brothers Place in Southeast D.C. Authorities said he is known to frequent the area of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Alabama Avenue in Southeast Washington as well as Oxon Hill in Maryland.
Anyone with information regarded Jones' whereabouts should call the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force at 301-489-1717.
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