USMS: Arrest warrant issued in Pima County for sex offender - Tucson News Now

USMS: Arrest warrant issued in Pima County for sex offender

Arrest warrant issued for convicted sex offender Jonathan Easley. (Source: U.S. Marshals Service) Arrest warrant issued for convicted sex offender Jonathan Easley. (Source: U.S. Marshals Service)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

An arrest warrant has been issued in Pima County Superior Court for a man authorities said was convicted of a sex offense involving a minor.

The U.S. Marshals Service said Jonathan Easley failed to give notice or change of address to officials in June and was required to register his current address. USMS said Easley is not in compliance with this requirement and a warrant was issued.

USMS say Easley is a 20-year-old Hispanic male. He is 6-feet tall and 140 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He has multiple tattoos on his neck, arms and hands, authorities said. 

Easley was convicted of a sex offense involving a minor in 2015, USMS said.

If anyone has any information on Easley or his whereabouts please contact the U.S. Marshals Service-Tucson Office at (520) 879-6948 or 88-CRIME.

MOBILE USERS: Download our Tucson News Now app for Apple and Android devices.

Copyright 2017 Tucson News Now. All rights reserved.

  • Crime & CourtsMore>>

  • Tucson police hope program helps opioid addicts

    Tucson police hope program helps opioid addicts

    Friday, June 22 2018 9:33 AM EDT2018-06-22 13:33:13 GMT
    (Source: KOLD News 13)(Source: KOLD News 13)
    (Source: KOLD News 13)(Source: KOLD News 13)

    Over 42,000 people died from opioid overdoses in 2016, and in Pima County fatal overdoses have been the No. 1 cause of death for the past three years. In an effort to combat that Tucson police have started a referral and treatment program aimed at helping those who want to stop using.

    Over 42,000 people died from opioid overdoses in 2016, and in Pima County fatal overdoses have been the No. 1 cause of death for the past three years. In an effort to combat that Tucson police have started a referral and treatment program aimed at helping those who want to stop using.

  • PD: Phoenix mom admitted feeding malnourished 4-month-old baby only twice a day

    PD: Phoenix mom admitted feeding malnourished 4-month-old baby only twice a day

    Thursday, June 21 2018 3:15 PM EDT2018-06-21 19:15:42 GMT
    Friday, June 22 2018 9:23 AM EDT2018-06-22 13:23:30 GMT
    Jassidy Yasmin Arias, 21 (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)Jassidy Yasmin Arias, 21 (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)
    Jassidy Yasmin Arias, 21 (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)Jassidy Yasmin Arias, 21 (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)

    "She stated the reason she did not seek medical aid for the child is because she was afraid she was going to get in trouble," this young mother's court documents read.

    "She stated the reason she did not seek medical aid for the child is because she was afraid she was going to get in trouble," this young mother's court documents read.

  • Man, teen dead; woman hurt in shooting on east side of Tucson

    Man, teen dead; woman hurt in shooting on east side of Tucson

    Thursday, June 21 2018 9:17 PM EDT2018-06-22 01:17:25 GMT

    A man and teen boy were killed and a woman was seriously hurt in a shooting on the east side of Tucson Thursday afternoon.

    A man and teen boy were killed and a woman was seriously hurt in a shooting on the east side of Tucson Thursday afternoon.

Powered by Frankly