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Northern District of Iowa

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District News: June 30, 2015 - Mitchell Meyer, a fugitive who fled the U.S. after failing to appear for trial in 1999, was arrested by Mexican Federal Police and Immigration Agents in coordination with the U.S. Marshals Mexico City, Mexico Foreign Field Office, and the Northern Iowa Fugitive Task Force in Sioux City, Iowa. Meyer was arrested by the Woodbury County Sheriff’s Office in February 1998 on 2 counts of Sexual Abuse of a Minor.  Read More

   

Northern Iowa Fugitives: Do you have information on these fugitives? If so, please contact us using any of the options below:

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SENLOUANGRAT, Somsock (Apprehended) GRIEBEL, Kevin L. ELMOUSTAPHA, Mohamed YAGER, Michael Maria Madrigal MOYA, Jose Manuel


Northern Iowa Fugitive Sex Offenders: Do you have information on a non-compliant sex offender? If so, please contact us using any of the options below:

  • In Northwest Iowa, call (712) 234-3181 or text keyword TEN400 and your tip to tip411 (847411)
  • In Northeast Iowa, call (319) 362-4477 ext. 111 or text keyword TEN400 and your tip to tip411 (847411), or

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