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For Immediate Release

February 08, 2011

SDUSM Matt Hershey, District of Arizona (602) 920-4841

Cooperative Effort Captures Wanted Businessman
Glendale, AZ – Early this morning, Deputy U.S. Marshals and Task Force Officers in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania captured Harry Hayman, 42, at a residence in Philadelphia. Hayman was wanted by the
Glendale Police Department for numerous charges including three (3) counts of Sexual Abuse, Six (6)
counts of Indecent Exposure, three (3) counts of Public Sexual Indecency, and eight (8) counts of

In April 2010, the Glendale Police Department received complaints from over a half dozen employees
of Hayman's alleging that he perpetrated the above mentioned crimes against them. Hayman ran a
local bar and grill in the Westgate City Center located in Glendale at the time of the offenses. Since
April 2010, Hayman has refused all attempts made by Glendale PD Detectives and the Maricopa
County Attorney's Office to contact him. On January 20, 2011, a warrant was issued by a Maricopa
County Grand Jury charging Hayman with the above offenses. After the issuance of the warrant,
Deputy U.S. Marshals in Phoenix coordinated with their counterparts in Philadelphia regarding the
whereabouts of Hayman.

After the arrest, Hayman was taken to the Philadelphia Police Department Central Division for further
processing and will await extradition back to Arizona. During the course of the investigation, Deputy
U.S. Marshals and Task Force Officers received critical assistance from the newly formed United
States Marshals Service National Sex Offender Targeting Center in Washington D.C. Established in
2009 the National Sex Offender Targeting Center assists law enforcement officers in developing
information regarding the whereabouts of individuals wanted for sex related crimes or for Sex Offenders
who fail to register as required by law.

United States Marshal David Gonzales praised the work of Deputies and Task Force Officers adding,
"The arrest of Hayman was the direct result of outstanding investigative work conducted by the
Glendale Police Department. Based on Harry Hayman's position of trust within his company, I believe
that he would have committed additional crimes if his employees had not come forward when they did."

The U.S. Marshals Service is the nation’s oldest federal law enforcement agency. Annually, U.S.
Marshals arrest more than 50 percent of all federal fugitives and serve more federal warrants than all
other federal agencies combined.

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