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Detroit's Most Wanted: The Most Dangerous Fugitives our Community Has Seen

(WXYZ) — The U.S. Marshals say they're are the most dangerous fugitives our community has ever seen. This week, we are trying to track down four criminals at large.

Police say the crimes they are accused of are "absolutely brutal" – three accused killers and an accused child kidnapper and sexual predator. One carries a $25,000 reward for information leading to his capture.

Corey Gaston, accused of sexual assault in 2007

The 41-year-old is accused of doing the unthinkable to a child back in 2007. He broke through a girl's bedroom window, kidnapped her then sexually assaulted her. She was just 10 years old at the time.

"The victim in this case is now an adult," said Assistant Chief Deputy Aaron Garcia. "She had to live her whole life knowing there was never any justice served for this guy who committed these crimes against her."

It happened in Detroit – the brutality of this crime landed Gaston on the U.S. Marshals Top 15 Most Wanted list – adding a $25,000 reward.

"He’s still out there, there are still children at risk, he could go back and do it again," said Garcia.

Corey Gaston is now 5-feet 7-inches, 170 pounds and believed to be armed and dangerous – just like Frederick Gordon.

Frederick Gordon, accused of shooting spree in 2011

Police say the 42-year-old killer went on a shooting spree in 2011.

"Gordon, this is his area, and what’s so shocking to me is that he has so many recognizable tattoos – teardrops on his eye," said Garcia. "Gordon is a complete 100% street guy which amazes me he hasn’t been arrested or he hasn’t been involved in another investigation."

A reward is being offered for information leading to his arrest.

The trail has gone cold and now the U.S. Marshals are counting on you to help find him. He is 5-feet 9-inches, 140 pounds with a recognizable teardrop tattoo.

Linell James Kirby, accused of shooting and killing girlfriend in 2018

The 29-year-old is wanted for shooting and killing his girlfriend and critically wounding his own niece in the process.

It's a hunt the U.S. Marshals Detroit Fugitive Apprehension Team say they'll never stop.

"They want these guys as much as the victims family wants justice," said Garcia. "Our guys take it personally to locate these people and find them because they know somebody out there needs that closure."

Kirby is 5-feet 8-inches, 195 pounds and has ties to Detroit's west side.

Tamera Williams, accused of murdering her boyfriend in 2018

"I can't sleep at night thinking about this case – we need to get her caught as soon as possible," Garcia said.

Williams is accused of the horrific murder of her boyfriend in Melvindale in December 2018. His body was found in multiple locations along I-75 in Ohio.

"This one is one of the worst cases that I’ve seen, and I want personally want this person in custody for the justice of the family," said Garcia.

She is 40 years old, 5-feet 5-inches and 190 pounds.

"This is why we come to work everyday, this is what we live for. 8:28:50 We are the Detroit fugitive apprehension team – this is why we come to work every day."

Marshals say it's time to bring families closure and protect our community from the dangerous men and women they believe are capable of anything.

As always theres a cash reward for any info leading to the arrest of corey gaston, frederick gordon, lenell kirby or tam-era williams.

You can call the u.S. Marshals anytime at (313) 234-5656.

Source/WXYZ Detroit

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