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Friday, May 26 2017
Noah Earl Allen, Jr.
Up To $3,000 Reward
race: Black sex: Male dob: 09/06/67 height: 5'5" weight: 140 lbs. aka: Noah Richard Allen, Ray Allen, Raynard Allen, Alfred Allen, John Jones, Joseph Patrick, Raynard Thomas, Jerome Allen, Half-Pint Allen, and Patrick Jones smt: Tattoos: a "Grim Reaper" on chest; two tears under left eye; "Rolling 30's" and dice on web of left hand; "Bad to the Bone"/"Pitbull" inside left forearm. Cut scars next to left eye and inside right forearm. Pierced ears. fbi #: 342922FA4 sid #: TX03701754; CO361848 tdc #: 01582018 Wanted For: Failure to Register as a Sex Offender cch: Sexual Assault, Possession of Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana, Unlawful Possession of Firearm by Felon, DWI lka: 4930 Lakewood lkc: San Antonio, Texas Capture Location: San Antonio, Texas Capturing Agency: San Antonio PD
caution: Subject should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS!
CAPTURE DETAILS: On May 1, 2013, at approximately 11:45 am, Noah Earl ALLEN, Jr., went to the San Antonio Police Department to update his sex offender registration.  The San Antonio Police Department arrested ALLEN and turned him over to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, who transported him to the San Antonio Magistrate's Office without incident. No tip led to ALLEN's arrest so no reward will be paid.

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