BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Buffalo Police Department has released its list of the top 10 most wanted in the Queen City.
The list includes the following suspects, named in no particular order:
1.) Christopher McCleary - 45-years-old, last known address on East Delevan Avenue. Wanted for weapons possession
2.) Elhajji Elshabazz - 32-years-old, last known address on St. Louis Street. Wanted for second degree murder in the home invasion beating death of 96-year-old Levi Clayton
3.)Jerome Sellers - 30-years-old, last known to be in Buffalo, Dunkirk and Jamestown. Wanted for criminal sale of a controlled substance
4.) Christopher McCullen - 42-years-old, last known address on Bailey Avenue. Wanted for parole violation of criminal mischief charge
5.) Jomar Rosada-Ramos - 24-years-old, last known to be in Buffalo and Ponce, PR. Wanted for conspiracy to distribute cocaine
6.) Oscar Romero - 33-years-old, last known address on Wasson Street in Lackawanna. Wanted for conspiracy to distribute heroin as an alleged member of the Loiza Boys
7.) Robert Mosley - 31-years-old, last known address on Shepard Street. Wanted for parole violation of robbery charge
8.) Michael Woods - 23-years-old, last known address on Orange Street. Wanted for criminal possession of a weapon. Woods was injured in a 2009 shooting
9.) Jermaine Habeeb - 23-years-old, last known address on Stevens Street. Wanted for weapons possession. Habeeb was injured in a 2009 shooting and a shooting in 2010
10.) Dana Washington - 34-years-old, last known address on Busti Avenue. Wanted for parole violations of weapons possession charge
Police say information leading to the arrest of anyone on this list is worth a reward of up to $1,000. Call 867-6161 with your tips.
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