Tips sought on 3 fugitives MOST WANTED

December 18, 1992

The following men are on a list of the county's "10 Most Wanted" fugitives compiled by the county Sheriff's Department. If you have any information on them, please contact the Police Department at 222-8050.

Name: Kenneth Israel Nelson

Age: 18

Charges: Manufacturing cocaine, escaping from police, resisting arrest and violation of probation.

Last known address: 8554 Pioneer Drive in Severn.

Description: 6 feet 3 inches tall, 175 pounds, brown eyes, black hair.

On July 17, Mr. Nelson was arrested on a warrant for narcotics violations. He escaped when the officer went to help another officer with a second suspect. Police said he should be considered armed and dangerous.

Name: Jerry Leon Hill Jr.

Age: 24

Charges: Wanted for violating probation on a conviction for assault with intent to murder.

Last known addresses: 1624 Braddish Ave. in Baltimore and 2865 Levy Court in Pasadena.

Description: 6 feet 1 inch tall, 175 pounds, brown eyes, black hair, and a scar on his wrist and stomach.

Hill was sentenced to five years for shooting a man in Freetown on Nov. 21, 1988. His sentence was suspended and he was put on probation. He violated his probation by not reporting to his probation officer, and by testing positive for narcotics use during his probation. He is considered armed and dangerous.

Name: Timothy Scott Jefferies

Age: 28

Charges: Violation of probation on narcotics charges.

Last known address: 1500 block of Jupp Road in Glen Burnie.

Description: 5 feet 7 inches tall, 140 pounds, brown hair, blue eyes.

Jefferies was sentenced to three years on charges that resulted from a domestic argument on Feb. 8, 1989, during which police caught him with a small bag of PCP. He was placed on five years' probation but has failed to report to his probation officer and has not notified authorities of his new address or paid his

court costs.

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