Redding military assisted a U.S. Marshals Service on Saturday morning in creation a high-risk trade stop and impediment a wanted fugitive.
A 27-year-old male named Nelson Aubrey Houck was listed as being brought into a Shasta County Jail by a marshals service. His assign was listed as flight/warrant detain and he was being hold but bail.
The detain occurred in a parking lot of a Valero gas hire during one of Redding’s busiest intersections — Cypress Avenue and Hilltop Drive. Passers-by saw officers with guns drawn as 4 Redding military units assimilated several clandestine U.S. marshals.
Redding military Sgt. Brian Cole pronounced a male was wanted on an out-of-state aver for “a crime of violence.”
Cole pronounced a occurrence was not associated to a sex delinquent out of Texas who might be in a Redding area. On Friday, Redding military warned a open that Shawn Monroe Cowan, 43, of Beaumont, Texas, might be in Redding and that he should be deliberate armed and dangerous.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is charity a $5,000 prerogative out for anyone who knows a locale of Cowan. He’s wanted for violating his release and unwell to register as a sex offender, Texas authorities said.
A weekend call to a U.S. Marshals Service’s Northern District of California for some-more information about Saturday’s detain was not immediately returned.