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Last Day Of “Catch 22” Spotlights The Search For A Man Who Committed Multiple Counts Of Fraud, Theft And More

Saturday is the last day of July’s “Catch 22” program from Yavapai Silent Witness. The final fugitive on the list is Brian Michael Crowley. On June 5th, 2020 Crowley rented several pieces of construction equipment from Verde Valley Rentals in Cottonwood. When the equipment wasn’t returned as scheduled, Crowley said his brother had passed away so he left the equipment home in Phoenix and it was stolen. He had filed an online report with Phoenix Police. The loss to Verde Valley Rentals was estimated to be around $10-thousand. The detective learned that Crowley had failed to return rental property to a business in Camp Verde as well. During the investigation it was found that Crowley had filed at least ten other online reports to Phoenix Police claiming items had been stolen. In January of 2021, Crowley rented over $17-thousand in construction equipment from Chino Rentals in Chino Valley and didn’t return them. None of the equipment in the cases have been recovered. Crowley currently has six failure to appear warrants for fraud schemes, theft, forgery, taking the identity of another and facilitation. He is a 42-year-old, white male, five-foot-ten inches tall and 190 pounds with brown hair and green eyes. Crowley has multiple tattoos to include a sleeve on his right arm. His last known address is in the ten-thousand block of West Hazelwood in Phoenix. Anyone with information of Crowley’s whereabouts could earn you up to a $1,000 reward if he is arrested. Anyone knowing where Crowley is should call Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232 or submit a tip online at yavapaisw.com.

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