Authorities seek help finding man wanted in several cases - Tucson News Now

Authorities seek help finding man wanted in several cases

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Pima County Sheriff's Department is looking for help finding a man they say is a suspect in several cases.

Brandon Rode has been in and out of jail more than 35 times.

Rode is wanted on two warrants including domestic violence and is a suspect in numerous other crimes.

Deputies say he assaulted his live-in girlfriend back in January then broke the phone so she couldn't call for help.

He was arrested, then released. He never showed up for court.

Some of his previous arrests include assault, being caught with stolen property and drug charges.

After exhausting all their leads, the Pima County Sheriff's Department is desperate and pleading with the public to call in with tips.

"Obviously, he belongs to a group of people who just don't care." Sheriff's Dep. Tom Peine said. "Are we worried about that? Absolutely. Are we worried that this is someone we cannot locate? Yes, that is why we are reaching out and asking the public for help."

If you see Rode, do not approach him. Instead call 911 or 88-CRIME.

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