FBI task force offers $5,000 reward for help arresting man
ALFRED, Maine (AP) — A FBI task force is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a man who failed to report to a sober home and fled from police.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Southern Maine Gang Task Force describes 26-year-old Joshua Weldon as “armed and dangerous.”
The FBI says Weldon was arrested in August on a charge of conspiracy to distribute fentanyl. He was released on bond and ordered to reside at a sober house, but failed to report there and at the U.S. Probation Office. An arrest warrant was issued.
The FBI says Sanford police on Nov. 6 tried to stop a vehicle in which Weldon was traveling. Weldon fled to a Springvale apartment.
The FBI accepts tips at tips.fbi.gov or by calling 857-386-2000.