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Marcus Alexander Boston                TBI Top Ten Most WantedKristin Helm                              29 November 2012Pu...
Who is Marcus Boston? Top Ten Most Wanted fugitive since  November 2012 Black male DOB 1/20/1986 6’0” and 220 lbs. Bl...
WANTED Wanted by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s  Office for criminal homicide, aggravated  assault, unlawful use of a fire...
Allegations On September 22, 2012, Boston shot Quincy  Bell while Bell was driving in Wilcox Boulevard  in Chattanooga. B...
Reward TBI Top Ten Most wanted reward is $1,000  for information leading to Boston’s arrest 1-800-TBI-FIND (1-800-824-34...
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  1. 1. Marcus Alexander Boston TBI Top Ten Most WantedKristin Helm 29 November 2012Public Information Officer
  2. 2. Who is Marcus Boston? Top Ten Most Wanted fugitive since November 2012 Black male DOB 1/20/1986 6’0” and 220 lbs. Black hair Brown eyes Last known address: 607 Over Street, Chattanooga
  3. 3. WANTED Wanted by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office for criminal homicide, aggravated assault, unlawful use of a firearm, domestic assault and drug charges Criminal history includes fleeing and eluding and being a fugitive from justice
  4. 4. Allegations On September 22, 2012, Boston shot Quincy Bell while Bell was driving in Wilcox Boulevard in Chattanooga. Bell drove into a Kangaroo parking lot where he died from his injuries Boston has two outstanding drug warrants from June of 2012 In April of 2012, he had a domestic incident and is wanted for domestic assault
  5. 5. Reward TBI Top Ten Most wanted reward is $1,000 for information leading to Boston’s arrest 1-800-TBI-FIND (1-800-824-3463)
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