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Crimestoppers - February 3, 2004

$500 Reward Being Offered

Jason Lee Dacus Jason Lee Dacus
Shane Tash Shane Tash
Heather Tate Heather Tate

A $500 reward is being offered by a local bail bondsman for this week's top suspect. That money is in addition to any crimestoppers reward. Police and County officers are looking for 27 year old Jason Lee Dacus. A felony bench warrant has been issued for his arrest. The reason: he has failed to appear for a court date to answer to charges of manufacturing meth. Dacus is listed at 5'-11" and 160 pounds with blue eyes and light brown hair. If you see Jason Dacus, do not confront him yourself, instead, call CRIMESTOPPERS 935-STOP. You can also call toll free, 888-566-STOP.

Here is who the guys in warrants are looking for this week. Between the two of them, we're looking at 36 warrants. SHANE TASH "trashing" the old credit score. Right now, he is sitting on:

  • 21 hot check warrants
  • 3 Fail to appear warrants

HEATHER TATE'S warrant resume looks pretty thin after that. She has:

  • 3 hot check warrants
  • 2 non payment of fines warrants
  • 7 fail to appears warrants

If you know where police can find SHANE TASH OR HEATHER TATE, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP. You don't have to give your name, and if your tip leads to an arrest, the Crimestoppers board of directors will gladly send you a reward. Remember, when you see crime, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP.

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