Texas Authorities on the Hunt: Unveiling December’s Most Wanted Fugitive – Can You Help Crack the Case?
The Texas Department of Public Safety needs your help in finding one of the most wanted fugitives in Texas this December.
Each month the Texas DPS focuses on finding the most wanted fugitives. This month your help is needed to find this fugitive.
Kenneth Wayne Dove, Jr. is a Top 10 Wanted Texas Fugitive
Kenneth Wayne Dove, Jr. is a white man, 45 years old. He is 5'10" and weighs 170lbs. He has a scar on his front right knee. Dove is currently wanted for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender and Evading Arrest/Detention.
Dove is a convicted sex offender and as a sex offender, he is required to register every three months. Dove was convicted of three counts of delivery of marijuana in 2009. He was sentenced to six months for each offense and served them concurrently. in 2016, he was convicted of two counts of Indency with a Child by Sexual Contact for two incidents with a 5-year-old boy. He was sentenced to 5 years with the TDCJ for each offense and served them concurrently. He was released from the TDCJ in January 2020. The El Paso Police Department put a warrant out for Dove's arrest on November 14, 2022, for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender. On January 19, 2023, multiple warrants were issued for El Paso County for his arrest for Evading Arrest/Detention and two counts of Failure to Register as a Sex Offender.
Kenneth Wayne Dove, Jr is considered armed and extremely dangerous.
Other aliases used by Dove include Kenneth Dabb, Kenneth Najera Wayne Dove Jr., Kenneth Waynes Dove, Kenny Dove, Kenny Wayne Dove, Kenneth Najera, Kenneth Najeda, Kenny Najera, Kenneth Wayne Najera Jr., Kenneth Waynes
If you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Kenneth Wayne Dove, Jr., you are encouraged to contact the Texas Department of Public Safety. You can submit an online tip here. A reward of up to $6,000 is available for the capture of Chad Everett King.
Never attempt to try and apprehend a fugitive on your own, especially one that is considered armed and dangerous. Always contact your local authorities.
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