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FREE ACCESS — Police: Hamblin considered armed and dangerous
The Poplar Bluff Police Department is looking for Jaquise Hamblin of Poplar Bluff in reference to a shots fired incident. He is considered armed and dangerous.
According to Detective Corey Mitchell, Hamblin got into an altercation with a family member at about 4:45 p.m. Sunday, during which he pulled out a firearm and fired two shots at Euclid Avenue and Second Street.
Mitchell said nobody was injured from the shots. One struck a nearby vehicle.
Hamblin then fled in a stolen Cadillac, Mitchell said. While he was processing the scene, other officers located Hamblin in the Cadillac which led to a pursuit in the east side heading into Poplar Bluff.
During the pursuit, Mitchell said, Hamblin was driving over 100 mph in a residential area. He got out in the 500 block of Dalton Street and fled on foot before officers could catch up with him.
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Hamblin is described as 160 lbs., 5'9" with shoulder length dreadlocks.
Anybody with information is encouraged to contact PD at 573-785-5776.
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