FBI Attaches Man Suspected Of Killing Four People In L.A. To Most Wanted List

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On Oct. 15, Marlon Jones became the suspect of a shooting that resulted in the death of four people. After fleeing and adopting a series of aliases which include Anthony Howard and Floyd Evans, the FBI has placed the Jamaica-born man on its 10 Most Wanted List, CNN reports.

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Upon his arrival at a rival gang’s house in Los Angeles, Calif., Jones opened fire and struck one person in the head, left 10 people injured, and four people dead once the gunfire ceased.

“Jones has violent tendencies and may attempt to flee internationally,” a statement from the FBI reads. “He has ties to New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, California, Tennessee, the Virgin Islands and Jamaica.” Two other suspects were released free of charges. Authorities add that Jones remains on the run to steer clear of prosecution.

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The FBI’s Most Wanted List is going on its 66th year since its existence.

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