The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a Kerman man on felony narcotics charges in connection with large marijuana grow discovered at his home. Wanted is 31 year old Matthew Crippen.
Deadline is March 10.
Tune in to Mega Oldies 97.9 every Tuesday morning at 6:30am for the Sheriff’s Most Wanted Person of the Week.
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