Criminal Justice

Feds still seek 3 men who jumped bond before guilty verdict in drug case, offer $5K reward per man


Three men who appeared in federal court in Detroit on Monday morning in a major drug case but jumped bond that afternoon just before their guilty verdicts were read are still at large.

The U.S. Marshals service is offering a reward of up to $5,000 per man for information leading to the apprehension of Carlos Powell, 39, Eric Powell, 36, and Earnest Proge Jr., 38, the Detroit Free Press reports.

An earlier ABAJournal.com post provides additional details about the case:

Feds seek 3 men who went AWOL just before guilty verdict in major drug case

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