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Davis added to Most Wanted list

A former Pulaski County man wanted in connection with several robberies and break-ins in Virginia and Tennessee has been placed on the U.S. Marshal Service’s Most Wanted list.
According to the agency’s website, Jason Bradley Davis, 29, is wanted by the U.S. Marshal’s Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force “for felony offenses including armed robbery, threats to bomb, motor vehicle theft, and burglary.”
“Other cases are under investigation and additional charges are being pursued,” the wanted poster states.
Anyone having information on Davis’ whereabouts is asked to call the Roanoke office of the Marshal’s Service at (540) 857-2230 or 1-877-926-8332.
Police in Salem and Marion have named Davis as the suspect in robberies that occurred in those jurisdictions on Monday, July 6, and Wednesday, July 8. Virginia State Police report that Davis may be linked to a robbery and break-in in Tennessee as well.
A man police believe to be Davis fled on foot in Wythe County early July 8. He is believed to be armed and dangerous.
Virginia State Police Sgt. M.T. Conroy said investigators believe Davis may be linked to an armed robbery and a breaking and entering in Smyth County during the early morning hours of July 8. He said Davis also is believed to be involved in a breaking and entering at O’Dell’s Market off Exit 45 that morning.
According to court records, Davis pleaded guilty in Pulaski County Circuit Court in 2002 to charges of robbery and use of a weapon in the commission of a robbery.
Court records show Davis was sentenced to 20 years in prison, with 19 years suspended, in connection with that robbery and to three years in prison on the weapons charge.
Salem authorities have obtained arrest warrants against Davis for robbery and threats to bomb in connection with the robbery of the BB&T branch bank on South College Avenue July 6. The bomb threat is related to a reference to an explosive device that was communicated to a teller in the robber’s hold-up note.
Davis is described in the U.S. Marshal’s wanted poster as a white or white Hispanic male; five-foot, 11-inches tall; 200 pounds; with brown hair and eyes.

Salem police also are investigating whether Davis was involved in a bank robbery that occurred on July 2, at the StellarOne bank branch off West Main Street in Salem.

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Davis added to Most Wanted list

A former Pulaski County man wanted in connection with several robberies and break-ins in Virginia and Tennessee has been placed on the U.S. Marshal Service’s Most Wanted list.
According to the agency’s website, Jason Bradley Davis, 29, is wanted by the U.S. Marshal’s Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force “for felony offenses including armed robbery, threats to bomb, motor vehicle theft, and burglary.”
“Other cases are under investigation and additional charges are being pursued,” the wanted poster states.
Anyone having information on Davis’ whereabouts is asked to call the Roanoke office of the Marshal’s Service at (540) 857-2230 or 1-877-926-8332.
Police in Salem and Marion have named Davis as the suspect in robberies that occurred in those jurisdictions on Monday, July 6, and Wednesday, July 8. Virginia State Police report that Davis may be linked to a robbery and break-in in Tennessee as well.
A man police believe to be Davis fled on foot in Wythe County early July 8. He is believed to be armed and dangerous.
Virginia State Police Sgt. M.T. Conroy said investigators believe Davis may be linked to an armed robbery and a breaking and entering in Smyth County during the early morning hours of July 8. He said Davis also is believed to be involved in a breaking and entering at O’Dell’s Market off Exit 45 that morning.
According to court records, Davis pleaded guilty in Pulaski County Circuit Court in 2002 to charges of robbery and use of a weapon in the commission of a robbery.
Court records show Davis was sentenced to 20 years in prison, with 19 years suspended, in connection with that robbery and to three years in prison on the weapons charge.
Salem authorities have obtained arrest warrants against Davis for robbery and threats to bomb in connection with the robbery of the BB&T branch bank on South College Avenue July 6. The bomb threat is related to a reference to an explosive device that was communicated to a teller in the robber’s hold-up note.
Davis is described in the U.S. Marshal’s wanted poster as a white or white Hispanic male; five-foot, 11-inches tall; 200 pounds; with brown hair and eyes.

Salem police also are investigating whether Davis was involved in a bank robbery that occurred on July 2, at the StellarOne bank branch off West Main Street in Salem.

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