Arizona's Most Wanted: Absconders and Armed Robbers
This week's Most Wanted, featuring a few more scofflaws, including suspects who've violated probation and ripped someone off at gunpoint.
Suspects featured here are presumed innocent -- until a judge or jury says otherwise.
Check out the Valley's Most Wanted:
Street name: 'Forgot'
Carlos Olivas, 20, is wanted for violating parole on original charges of armed robbery and theft of means of transportation -- which likely means he stole someone's ride.
Olivas, who is 5-foot-6, has black hair and brown eyes and weighs about 130 lbs, also goes by the names Jose Carrillo, Adrian Sepeda and Adrian Olivas. He also uses the street name "Forgot" and has tattoos on his left arm and right fingers.
Michael Wiseman, 38, is 5-foot-9, weighs about 150 lbs and has blue eyes and blonde hair. He's wanted to probation violation on an original charge of attempted sexual exploitation of a minor.
On August 9, at about 9:20 p.m., a man was caught on camera burglarizing a home in the area of 6100 West Montecito Avenue in Phoenix. The homeowner's residential surveillance video captures the man walking through the house and then fleeing the scene on foot. He made off with the victim's jewelry.
Sounds very Old-West to say someone is wanted by the U.S. Marshal's Office, but that's exactly the case for 31-year-old Maria Janet Rendon.
Rendon, who is 5-foot-2 and weighs about 130 lbs, is wanted on an original charge of possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute.
Cody Albineau, 26, is 5-foot-10 and weighs 170 pounds. He's wanted for violating the terms of his probation on an original charge of attempt to commit sexual assault and posession of marijuana.
If you have a tip on any of these cases, you might be able to muscle as much as $1,000 from Silent Witness. Call 480 W-I-T-N-E-S-S (480-948-6377), or toll free at 1-800-343-TIPS, or leave an anonymous tip at silentwitness.org.
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