U.S. Marshals Warn Public Of 'Dangerous Dozen'

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Two central Ohioans made the U.S. Marshals "Dangerous Dozen" list.

The "Dangerous Dozen" list features 12 men who are considered dangerous and should not be approached, according to the Marshal's office.

David Murray, of Mansfield, was newly added to the list wanted for probation violation on escape charges. Murray, 50, served 9 months before fleeing his probation in Oct. 2011. He has been on the run since.

The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is also seeking Dennis Nagle, also from Mansfield.

Nagle is wanted for sex offender registration violation and avoiding prosecution and a parole violation.

U.S. Marshals encouraged people to call the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force if they see Murray or Nagle. NOVFTF can be reached toll free at 1-866-462-6833. Tips can be sent through a text to 847411 (Tip411).

The "Dangerous Dozen" program started in May 2010. NOVFTF apprehended or closed 94 of the 103 fugitives profiled on the list.

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