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Meet "Bozo," Wanted for Pulling Assault Rifle on Man in Goodyear

The man to the right is 35-year-old Leo Ruffus Rodriguez Jr. However, he goes by "Bozo," and is currently wanted by police.

On Friday, police in Goodyear say "Bozo" pulled an assault rifle on a man near Las Flores Avenue and Santa Cruz Drive.

Now, "Bozo's" wanted for aggravated assault.

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According to police, "Bozo" has an extensive criminal record and is considered armed and dangerous. Police say members of the public should not try to apprehend him.

"Bozo's" described as a Hispanic male, about 5-foot-8, and 180 pounds. He has brown eyes and, as you can see, he has numerous tattoos on his face, neck and head.

Anyone with information as to "Bozo's" whereabouts is asked to call police at 623-932-1220.

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