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Joseph Benjamin Stuckey had warrants for felony gun possession, domestic assault, 2nd degree assault (dangerous weapon), and felony terroristic threats

Joseph Benjamin Stuckey was located and taken into custody after TCAT agents discovered the wanted felony fugitive to be in the St Louis Park, MN area.

Stuckey was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Hennepin County jail, where he is being held pending an appearance before District Court.
First Name:   Joseph
Middle Name:   Benjamin
Last Name:   Stuckey

Wanted For (Crimes):

Stuckey has warrants for felony gun possession, terroristic threats, 2nd degree assault (dangerous weapon) and domestic assault.

Last Known Location:

St Louis Park, MN
Height:   6.01
Weight:   180
Hair Color:   Bald
Eye Color:   Brown

Distinguishing Scars, Marks or Tattoos:

Additional Information:

All defendants are presumed innocent, until proven guilty in a Court of Law.
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