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Mansfield area residents are being warned to lock the doors of their homes and cars, and to be cautious this morning, as there's a suspect on the loose federal authorities are describing as "dangerous".
He's 27 year old Shawn Richard Christy of Pennsylvania, and US Marshals say he threatened the life of a county prosecutor in Pennsylvania, and that of President Trump, in a post on Facebook. They say he stole a truck, and crashed it along I-71 in the Mansfield area.
Christy is 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighs approximately 160 pounds, is a white male with a light complexion, has a tattoo of a cross on his right upper arm, short dark blonde hair and a beard.
Christy also speaks with a noticeable lisp and claims to be a survivalist. Christy is from McAdoo Pennsylvania. Christy should be consider armed and dangerous. Citizens in the Mansfield area should use caution. Homes and cars should remain locked.
If you see Christy call the authorities immediately.
The U.S. Marshal Service is asking anyone with information on this vehicle to call 911 or the U.S. Marshals direct at: 1-866-4-WANTED or text keyword WANTED and the tip to TIP411 (847411). Federal Agents are offering a cash award of up to $20,000 for information leading to the direct arrest of Christy. Any information will be considered confidential.