Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – A man with a long history of crime has been named Fugitive of the Week after officials say he violated his federal parole.
US Marshals say David Santalucia was on supervised release after serving time for Felony Possession of a Weapon - a .45 caliber handgun.
“Mr. Santalucia not only has a drug problem, he's been arrested over 15 times from assault, burglary, narcotics possession and distribution, and other weapons charge,” says Federal Task Force Supervisor Joe Ciciarelli.
Officials say Santalucia stopped reporting to his parole officer less than a year after he got out of prison.
“Mr. Santalucia has started using narcotics, started testing positive, started not showing up for meetings and as of August he has basically fallen off the grid,” Ciciarelli said.
Santalucia is said to have been recently spotted at the Grant Village Apartments and was seen wearing a blue baseball hat while riding a bike on North Salina Street.
Santalucia is listed at:
- 5 foot-11 inches
- 190 pounds
- Blue eyes
- Brown Hair
If you have any information that could assist the Fugitive Task Force, you are urged to call (315) 473-7625.
All tips will remain anonymous.