Featured Fugitives: Rodney Brabon & Timothy Chrispell

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WEST MICHIGAN - The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force is looking for tips to help track down two parole absconders who are wanted out of Ottawa County.

48-year-old Rodney Wayne Brabon has avoided authorities since violating his parole on January 20.

He's 5'9", 150 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.  He also has tattoos on his back and chest.

His online profile with the Michigan Department of Corrections shows he also goes by the name Gary Charles Wray.

Along with being wanted for violating parole, Brabon also has a felony warrant outstanding out of Holland for a sex offender registration violation.

Past convictions for Brabon include 3rd Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct, Breaking & Entering a Building with Intent, Assault with a Dangerous Weapon and Retail Fraud.

27-year-old Timothy Martin Chrispell is also wanted out of the Ottawa County area after violating his parole in December 2012.

Chrispell also has misdemeanor warrants out for his arrest involving illegal possession of narcotics.

Online records with the Michigan Department of Corrections show Chrispell is 6'4", 172 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes.

Chrispell also has a tattooed tear drop under his left eye.

Past convictions for Chrispell include 2nd & 3rd Degree Home Invasion.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of either Brabon or Chrispell, you're being asked to contact the U.S. Marshals at 1-877-926-8332 or the Michigan Department of Corrections tip line at 1-844-362-8477.


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