Most Wanted: Man sought on 5 warrants from 2008

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Local,Crime,Naomi Jagoda

U.S. marshals are seeking information about the location of a 61-year-old man who is wanted on five warrants from 2008 by three agencies.

In Prince George's County, three separate warrants were issued for Willis Mason Jones over a period of a few months. He is wanted for failing to appear in an assault case in which his vehicle struck the vehicle of a woman who had taken legal action against him. Warrants were also issued in the county for Jones for theft over $500 and for driving a commercial vehicle without a license, authorities said.

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In Prince William County, Jones is wanted for failing to appear in a credit card fraud case. And he also is wanted by U.S. marshals for violating the conditions of probation following a federal fraud conviction, authorities said.

"Jones has been very mobile throughout the D.C. metropolitan area and has had many aliases of the years, which makes tracking him more difficult," said Supervisory Inspector Matt Burke, of the Capital Regional Area Fugitive Task Force.

Jones is described as 5 feet 10 inches tall and 195 pounds. He has ties to Prince George's County and the District, as well as Triangle and Petersburg in Virginia.

Anyone with information can call the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force at 301-489-1717.

njagoda@washingtonexaminer.com

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