published Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Two gang members added to Hamilton County most wanted list

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is adding two gang members to its “12 Most Wanted” list.

Officials say Christopher Roberson and Michael McCullough are validated members of the Crips gang.

Roberson has outstanding warrants for aggravated domestic assault, domestic assault, theft over $1000, drugs for resale, theft of property, tampering with evidence, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Janice Atkinson said.

Roberson, 29, also has outstanding warrants on traffic charges that include leaving the scene of an accident with damage and driving on suspended license, Atkinson said.

He is six feet one, weighs 140 pounds and his last known address is on Greenview Drive in Chattanooga, she said.

McCullough has outstanding warrants for two counts of aggravated domestic assault, two counts of domestic assault, aggravated burglary, theft of property and unlawfully carrying or possession of a weapon, Atkinson said.

McCullough, 26, is six feet one, weighs 180 pounds and his last known address is on Rosemont Drive in Chattanooga, Atkinson said.

Anyone with information about the location of these men can call the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Division at 423-209-7140 or the sheriff’s dispatcher 423-622-0022.

People with information that leads to most wanted suspects’ arrests can be eligible for a monetary reward.

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