CAPTURED: U.S. Marshals seek clues in search for Dewayne Veasy

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FRANKLIN (WITI) -- U.S. Marshals were on the hunt for 23-year-old Dewayne Veasy -- one of Wisconsin's Most Wanted. Veasy was captured on November 11th, 2013.

Officials say they received a tip that Veasy was going to visit someone at Froedtert Hospital on November 11th, and that tip turned into an arrest.

This past summer, U.S. Marshals say Veasy violated the terms of his release from an armed robbery conviction.

Marshals say Franklin police are also trying to speak with he fugitive about several burglaries to determine if he played a role in those crimes.

Law enforcement says the 23-year-old has a history of theft related arrests dating back to his juvenile record.

2 comments

  • January Ortez

    This should be illegal. I am sure it is illegal. Making him most wanted for questioning? accusing him of crimes and reporting it like he has been convicted, slander I believe it is called and if I were a lawyer, I would be all over this. Basically they are blasting his name all over tv so they can get him to do what come in to be questioned? IT IS A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT NOT TO SPEAK TO THE POLICE IF YOU DONT WANT TO.

  • January Ortez

    I DONT CARE WHAT HIS HISTORY SAYS, THE CONSTITUTION SAYS YOU ARE TO BE PUNISHED ONE TIME ONLY FOR A CRIME, AND DOING THIS IS ILLEGAL AS IT IS PUNISHING HIM MORE THAN ONCE

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