Two Fugitives Still Missing

By Scott Sarvay
By Megan Trent

May 23, 2011 Updated May 23, 2011 at 10:30 AM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - The FBI wants your help to find two fugitives and will pay you for your information.

The men are believed to be connected to the massive drug trafficking ring that the Safe Street Task force brought down in April.

The Fort Wayne office of the bureau says 27-year-old Jermorris "Shorty" Sewell is indicted for conspiracy to distribute, possession with intent to distribute, and maintaining a drug-involved premises.

A federal judge issued a warrant for his arrest.

Agents say "Shorty" Sewell is 5’7”, 200-pounds, with a shaved head and brown eyes.

30-year-old Mario Gray is indicted in the same drug investigation and a federal warrant has been issued for his arrest, as well. He is charged with use of a communication facility (or telephone) to commit or facilitate the commission of a drug trafficking crime.

The FBI describes Mario Gray as 5’8”, 200-pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

If you have information that leads to either man's arrest, you'll get a $2,500 reward.

Call the Fort Wayne FBI office at 426-5331 with your tip during regular business hours. During weekend or evening hours, you can call the Indianapolis Office of the FBI at 317-639-3301.




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