Fugitive Watch

The state Department of Corrections’ Everett office has felony warrants for the following offenders. If you have information about them, call police or the Department of Corrections at 425-356-2800. Callers do not have to give their names.

Brian Steele

Age: 27

Height: 6 feet

Weight: 200 pounds

Hair: Brown

Eyes: Green

Steele has a warrant for failing to report to the state Department of Corrections. He is being supervised for possession of controlled substance.

Joe Brown

Age: 49

Height: 5 feet 8 inches

Weight: 190 pounds

Hair: Red

Eyes: Blue

Brown has a warrant for failing to report to the state Department of Corrections. He is being supervised for first-degree child molestation, failing to register as a felony sex offender and first-degree robbery. Brown is a Level 2 sex offender.

If you see these people, do not approach, arrest, detain or follow them. In an emergency, call 911.

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