45-year-old Willie Hanna is described as a kind of school-yard bully. But he's long since graduated from recess rough-housing.
Michelle Harrings of the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force says in 2002 Hanna threatened one of his own prostitutes after she wanted to stop street walking. Court documents say near Keefe and Appleton, Hanna threatened to use a 45-caliber pistol at point-blank range.
Two years later, conflict caught up with Hanna again, this time near 20th and Chambers. Verbal jabs there lead to punches -- and that lead to gunfire with another man. Fortunately, nobody was hit and Hanna served his prison time.
But Harrings says when Hanna got out, it wasn't long before he attacked someone else; one of his own family members.
Now, U.S> Marshals are looking for Hanna who has some distinct tattoos. He has a heart with wings on his left arm. On the same arm is a symbol for the Gangster Disciples (a pitchfork and a six-pointed star).
If you have information on where Hanna could be, call the U.S. Marshals at 414-297-3707.