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U.S. Marshals Service arrest seven fugitives during sweep

August 06, 2011

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Members of the U.S. Marshals Service, West Virginia State Police, Martinsburg Police Department, Charles Town (W.Va.) Police Department and West Virginia Department of Parole conducted a sweep that resulted in the arrest of six fugitives on Thursday, according to a marshals service news release.

The following people were arrested during the operation:

Joseph Creamer, 55, and Debra Snow, 52, of Kearneysville, W.Va., were arrested at their home. Creamer and Snow were wanted by the FBI on multiple charges of distribution of cocaine stemming from an investigation conducted by the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force. Creamer and Snow were released on bond.

Jarred Stephen Barclay, 27, of Martinsburg, also was charged with Creamer and Snow with distribution of cocaine. Officers arrested him while he was walking on a Martinsburg street. Barclay was released on bond.

Robert Alvin Crabill, 21, of Keyser, W.Va., was wanted by the West Virginia Department of Parole on a parole violation with an underlying charge of burglary. He was arrested in Herranda Trailer Park and taken to Eastern Regional Jail.

Joshua Johnson, 24, of Surry Court in Martinsburg, was wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service on charges of federal probation violation. He was taken to Eastern Regional Jail.

James Jackson, 49, of Staubs Lane, was wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service and arrested on charges of federal probation violation. He was taken to Eastern Regional Jail.

Robert Glenn Hare, of Ridgely, W.Va., was wanted by the FBI on multiple counts of distribution of child pornography and possession of child pornography. Hare’s warrant was referred to the fugitive task force for apprehension during Operation Firecracker, a sex-offender registry check that was conducted the week of July 11. Hare was working as an over-the-road truck driver who did not have a fixed address. The Mountain State Fugitive Task Force shared information about Hare with the Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force, another U.S. Marshal Service lead unit that was able to locate and arrest Hare in Michigan City, Ind. Hare will be extradited to Martinsburg.

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