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Featured Fugitives – Tiesean Hatchett and John Bromley

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WEST MICHIGAN - The U.S. Marshals Western Michigan Fugitive Task Force is seeking tips in the search for a pair of West Michigan's Most Wanted fugitives.

Tiesean Shantal Hatchett, 23, is wanted out of the Grand Rapids area for violating the conditions of his supervised release after serving time for felony firearms violations.

He also has prior convictions involving firearms and burglary/larceny on his record.

Hatchett's last known address is the 1200 block of Northfield Avenue in Grand Rapids.

He's 5'7", 165 pounds with brown eyes and black hair.  The warrant for his arrest was issued in early April 2016.

John Wayne Bromley, 31, has avoided arrest since October 2013.  He's wanted on sex assault charges involving a young teenager.

Bromley is 5'9", 200 pounds with blue eyes and black hair.  His last known address is in the Muskegon/Norton Shores area.

Bromley also has prior convictions involving narcotics and burglary/larceny on his record.


If you know anything about the whereabouts of either Hatchett or Bromley, you're being asked to contact the U.S. Marshals at 1-877-926-8332 or Silent Observer at 616-774-2345.

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    So how does a felon with so many gun crimes and felony weapons charges even get released from prison?
    He’s 23, how much time could he have spent behind bars ?

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