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Lionel Buchanon Wanted Violation of sex Offender Probation, Florida

Lionel Buchanon
Lionel Buchanon Wanted Violation of sex Offender Probation, Florida

Lionel Buchanon (DOB 9/4/80) – South West Florida Crime Stoppers just added this guy to their 10 Most Wanted list. He has a newly issued violation of sex offender probation warrant for kidnapping while possessing a firearm, sexual battery with a deadly weapon or great force, attempted armed robbery, armed robbery, and shooting into a dwelling.  

He was found guilty of those crimes and served 14.5 years in state custody. He was just released in September on 20 years of probation, and he’s already managed to violate.  When he got out of the Department of Corrections, he relocated back to Dunbar, but he recently fled his last known address.  Locally, he has 23 bookings for multiple counts of battery, contempt, and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He is 6’2”, 190 pounds and upon his arrest, he’ll be held without bond.

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