MICHAEL Anthony Baltimore has been added to the US Marshals Most Wanted list after he allegedly shot dead his boss in a barbershop.
Die 90 Day Fiance star was added to the fugitive list on charges of assault, homicide, and parole violation, according to a US Marshals press release.
Baltimore, 39, allegedly shot and killed 39-year-old Kendell Jerome Cook.
The authorities have said they suspect that the shooting was a result of a “personal dispute” between Baltimore and Cook.
The alleged shooting happened at GQ Barbershop in Carlisle, Penneslavania on May 22.
Cook was the owner of the barbershop and Baltimore’s boss until 2019.
In an interview with the police, one of Cook’s relatives said that Baltimore had been threatening Cook for the past two months, Penn Live berig.
Baltimore also allegedly injured Anthony White, 41, who was shot twice but survived after treatment, said the outlet.
According to court documents, White told the police that a man wearing a camouflage outfit, came into the barber shop and started shooting at Cook, berig WGAL.
White said he was trying to escape through the rear door when he was shot, the outlet said.
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Baltimore who was featured on Season 4 of the hit TLC series 90 Day Fiance, has an extensive criminal history.
He should not be approached as he is considered armed and dangerous, according to the U.S. Marshals.
“Michael Baltimore poses a serious threat to the community,” US Marshals Service Director Ronald Davis said.
“By placing him on the 15 Most Wanted list, we have made his capture a top priority of the US Marshals Service.”
Baltimore is wanted by the Carlisle Police Department and the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
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The US Marshals Service is offering a reward of up to $25,000 for information leading to the capture of Baltimore.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has offered a substantial reward of up to $10,000 and Cumberland County Crime Stoppers also offered $2,000.