$5,000 Reward For Armed And Dangerous Fugitive In Maine
The FBI's Southern Maine Gang Task Force, York County Sheriff's Office and the Sanford Police Department are seeking public assistance for information leading to the arrest of a fugitive in Maine.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking the arrest of 26-year old Joshua Patrick Weldon of Springvale, Maine has been described as a white male, with short hair, brown eyes, and ear gauges.
Law enforcement officers have also described Weldon as being approximate 5'10" and weighing about 255 pounds. It is believed he is currently living in Maine with his girlfriend.
Weldon has also been described as having at least a dozen tattoos to include the word 'hope' on his right-hand fingers; the word 'less' on his left-hand fingers; skulls on the backs of both his hands, a whole sleeve of miscellaneous tattoos on his right arm, a tattoo on his chest of a monk's face with a demon; and the phrases 'L' Amore Mia' and 'Dolce Vita' on his neck.
According to police records, on August 31, Weldon was arrested by the FBI in Alfred, Maine for Conspiracy to Distribute Fentanyl. Weldon was released on October 23 on $10,000 unsecured bond with conditions.
The report went on to read that Weldon failed to report to the sober house on October 24 and failed to appear at a scheduled appointment at the U.S. Probation Office on October 25.
An arrest warrant was immediately issued.
According to Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Boston Division, which includes all of Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts, Weldon is
"armed and dangerous and poses a real danger to the public."
Anyone with any information is asked to contact the FBI Boston Division at 857-386-2000 or submit any tips electronically to tips.fbi.gov.