For Immediate Release
|May 30, 2018||
M. Ulrich, Deputy U.S.
Northern District of West Virginia (304) 267-7179;
U.S. Marshals Office of Public Affairs (703) 740-1699
|Wanted Child Abuser Sought in Panhandle Region|
The Mountain State
Fugitive Task Force is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a
woman wanted by the West Virginia Department of Corrections and the West
Virginia State Police on parole violations.
Christina Cuddy, 38, formerly of Brown Road in Falling Waters, was convicted of child abuse by parent (serious bodily injury) and was required to register with the West Virginia State Police as a child abuser. Cuddy was registered to her father’s address on Brown Road, but the home has since been sold, and Cuddy never notified the State Police of a new home address. Cuddy was also being supervised by West Virginia Parole. Cuddy violated her conditions of parole by not reporting to her parole officer April 6 and not providing a new home address. Officers have attempted to locate Cuddy and spoken with family members. Cuddy is actively avoiding capture on her existing warrants.
Cuddy has ties to West Virginia and the Washington County, Maryland, area. If you have any information on Cuddy contact law enforcement. Information can be called into the U. S. Marshals Service (Mountain State Fugitive Task Force) at (304) 267-7179.
The Mountain State Fugitive Task Force (MSFTF) is a U.S. Marshals Service-led fugitive task force whose primary mission is to help make the community safer by locating and capturing fugitives charged with murders, robberies, drug crimes, sexual assaults and other violent felony offenses.
Additional information about the U.S. Marshals Service can be found at http://www.usmarshals.gov.
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