Mims, who has given varying dates of birth, is likely about 40 years old.
He has family and gang ties in Michigan, Indiana, Georgia, and Tennessee.
“We are assuming that people from the gang world are giving him money, hiding him, and taking care of him,” Brown said.
Mims is the 519th individual to be named to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list since the program was established in 1950.
Since that time, 484 fugitives have been apprehended or located—more than 160 of them as a result of citizen cooperation.
“We need the public’s help,” said Brown, who works out of the FBI’s St. Joseph Resident Agency, which is minutes away from Benton Harbor.
“Getting Mims off the street is paramount.”
(Brian Miller, the father of Cortez Lamont Miller, pleaded for anyone who has information on his son’s death to come forward. The suspect, Antwan Tamon Mims, has been added to the Federal Bureau of Investigations’ “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list. Courtesy of MLive and YouTube. Posted on Jun 27, 2018.)
Brown, who was born and raised in St. Joseph and was a police officer there before becoming an FBI agent, added, “Bringing Mims to justice will show the people in the community who are scared to talk to the police or the FBI that coming forward is the right thing to do and makes the community safer.”
Anyone with information about Mims is encouraged to call 1-800-CALL-FBI, or contact their nearest law enforcement agency, FBI office, or U.S. Embassy or Consulate.
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