Jaylen (Jalen) Quick Wanted for Alleged Crime Spree in Scotland County
SCOTLAND COUNTY, North Carolina — The Scotland County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigative Unit is searching for an armed and dangerous fugitive wanted on multiple felonies pertaining to an organized crime operation, according to a release.
Jaylen (Jalen) Quick, last seen in the area of Gibson, N.C., is wanted in connection to “dozens upon dozens” of incidents in multiple counties relating to breaking and entering, burglary, robbery and more. Deputies say he is reported by anonymous tips as being armed and dangerous, SCSO says.
Deputies say Quick was reported as being in the area of Gibson apartments on the evening of March, 10 and “allegedly pointing a loaded firearm at a female victim.” He was last seen then by law enforcement in the area of Gibson Road. He fled on foot before they could apprehend him. He was last seen wearing a grayish/blue t-shirt and navy or black sweatpants.
Deputies want to enforce that Quick is considered a fugitive from justice at this time and anyone suspected of helping him by means of transportation, financial support, shelter, clothing, food, or other, will be charged and arrested accordingly with felony harboring a fugitive.
The sheriff’s office will have a zero tolerance policy with any person observed or reported to be in the company of Quick or who assists him.
If you know his whereabouts.
Send us a Tip at: [email protected] or
Call us at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or
Text us at (408)355-0999
For an immediate sighting, please dial 9-1-1
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o texto en 408-355-0999
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si usted sabe su paradero.
Si usted ve esta persona en este momento, llame al 9-1-1
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