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Alexius not found at Joplin residence

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Doug E. Alexius Doug E. Alexius
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -

Two separate witnesses provided information that Doug E. Alexius was at 210 South Mineral Avenue. According Captain Bob Higginbotham, Joplin SWAT was activated because of Alexius' criminal activity. A perimeter was patrolled by officers and investigators. An opportunity for neighbors to leave their homes was provided. 

It was determined that Alexius was not in the house, and has the following warrants:

1. FULL U.S. EXTRADITION, UNLAWFUL FLIGHT TO AVOID PROSECUTION- FBI

2. FULL U.S. EXTRADITION, FAILURE TO APPEAR POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, BOND: $ 10,000 CASH OR SURETY- JASPER COUNTY

3. STATEWIDE EXTRADITION, FAILURE TO APPEAR, ASSAULT LAW ENFORCEMENT, $1500. CASH OR SURETY, NEWTON COUNTY

4. FULL U.S. EXTRADITION, RESISTING OFFICER-THREE Counts, NEWTON COUNTY

5. FULL U.S. EXTRADITION, RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY, NEWTON COUNTY, NO BOND

6. FULL U.S. EXTRADITION BURGLARY OF A RESIDENCE - FORCED ENTRY, NEWTON COUNTY, NO BOND

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JPD confirms that they were looking for Doug Alexius. He was not in the home searched.

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According to JPD's Assistant Chief, Matt Stewart, they received info on a subject possibly in a home located on the 200 Block of Mineral. This person has warrants, and JPD is trying to make contact. Chemical ammunition is being used to elicit a response.

No mandatory evacuation has been done, but if neighbors in area are wanting to leave they can.

We have a team on the scene, and will have updates as they become available.

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