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Thomas Jones Wanted Violation of Probation for Grand Theft, Florida

Thomas Jones (DOB 11:10:89)
Thomas Jones Wanted Violation of Probation for Grand Theft, Florida

Thomas Jones (DOB 11/10/89) – He’s been on the run for the last 3 weeks in Lee County with a violation of probation for grand theft.  To date, he’s got 21 bookings to his name, starting at age 16 with a burglary arrest.  As an adult, his rap sheet includes charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, fraud, forgery, theft, the possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, drugs, battery and violation of a domestic violence injunction for protection.  

His current warrant stems from an incident where he stole several television sets, jewelry, and cash from his now ex-girlfriend. He is a registered convicted felon who could be using the aliases of Tony Jones or Elmo Jones.  He has a collection of tattoos on his face, shoulder, neck, hands, and wrists, as well as an armed clown on his right arm.  

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