On News 3’s Fugitive Files we have profiled hundreds of suspects, and helped catch 183 so far.
Now, two men we’ve shown you before, and helped investigators catch before, are out of prison, on the run and wanted again.
“Mr Coleman was out of prison for exactly one day he failed to give his address to his probation officer and gave us a false address,” said Deputy Jermaine Maxwell of the Chatham County Sheriff’s SORT Team.
That’s right, after a two year prison sentence for failing to register as a sex offender in 2013, Rodriguez Coleman only took one day away from prison to offend again.
“With him he’s not going to follow the rules,” explains Maxwell. “So we have to bring him in one way or another and once we get him in we can keep him in this time.”
He’s not alone, Randall Barnes was arrested in 2014 after being profiled on Fugitive Files. He spent a year in prison, got out, and disappeared again.
“Usually when you can’t follow simple rules like give us the address you are staying at,” said Maxwell. “Most likely you are going to reoffend or you are going to get in some kind of trouble.”
Barnes is 5’3″ 155 pounds. He once lived in Pooler and West Savannah, but right now investigators aren’t sure where he might be.
Rodriguez Coleman is 6’3″ 153 pounds. Investigators say he could be anywhere in Savannah.
If you can help find either Randall Barnes or Rodriguez Coleman, call Chatham County Sheriff’s or Crimestoppers right away at (912) 234-2020.
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