MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - UPDATE: A Michigan fugitive, Miguel Jackson surrendered at the Mobile County Metro Jail on Monday, October 28, after being profiled on FOX10 News Fugitive Files. He is the 580th suspect to be arrested and the 306th to surrender. John Keener was arrested at his mother's house on Thanksgiving Day, thanks to an anonymous tip from a Fugitive Files viewer. He was arrest number 586.
Both Mobile Police and U.S. Marshals are looking for convicted sex offenders, and you hold the keys that can lock them up.
Mobile Police are looking for a fugitive from Michigan named Miguel Jackson, who is listed as a sexual predator and according to police, has failed to register his new address in our area.
"Our investigator actually saw him on Wellworth Street here in Mobile, so that's why we know for a fact that he's here," said Sergeant Christopher Levy. Police couldn't arrest Jackson then, because they didn't have a warrant. They do now.
Jackson turned 27 years old on October 16. He's 5 foot 4 and weighs 135 pounds. If you've seen him on Wellworth Street or anywhere in our area, call the FOX10 News Fugitive Files/Crimestoppers Hotline at 251-208-7000.
The convicted rapist, wanted by U.S. Marshals is John "Cornbread" Keener. He is 49 years old, 6 feet tall and weighs 189 pounds. If you know where to find "Cornbread", also call the FOX10 News Fugitive Files Hotline.
Besides being convicted on multiple rape charges in Mobile involving a 13 year old girl, Keener has a history of drug arrests and failing to register. If you've seen either one of our suspects, turn them in.
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