U.S. Marshals are on the hunt for 32-year-old Teryn Hutchins who served ten years in prison for first degree reckless homicide and was then given parole.
Kevin Carr, U.S. Marshal for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, says not long after Hutchins got out of prison, he was back in trouble. Prosecutors say in April 2008, near 10th and Keefe, Hutchins' words turned into violent actions. Investigators believe Hutchins was high on drugs when he tried to stab a man in the chest.
The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office is also looking for Hutchins for a resisting and obstructing charge. And there's evidence the fugitive may be tied to even more violence.
Hutchins also goes by the aliases "Tazz Hutchins" and "Leonard Cain." He has a tattoo on his right arm reading "serve or suffer." A tattoo on his left arm reads, "Tazz."
If you have information about Hutchins, call the U.S. Marshals at 414-297-3707.