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Deputies searching for armed and dangerous serial narcotic distributor


The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help finding a man described by investigators as a serial narcotic distributor.

Daniel Ignacio Alameda, 30, has two outstanding warrants for delivery of a controlled substance with bonds totaling $300,000. Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputy Rod Carroll said Alameda has altered his appearance by shaving his head and has gone into hiding. He is believed to still be in the area and in regular contact with family members.

Deputy Carroll said Alameda should be considered armed and dangerous and that no attempt should be made to apprehend him.

Anyone with information of Alameda's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 409-833- TIPS (8477). Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 dollars for information leading to the arrest of Alameda and any other wanted fugitive.

Daniel Ignacio Alameda is described as 5'3, 150 lbs. with brown eyes. His hair has been shaved. He has two tattoos: Left Shoulder: "St. Muerte and Pit bull" and Abdomen: "ALAMEDA"

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