FBI Obtains UFAP Warrant on Murder Suspect

By: WHSV Newsroom Email
By: WHSV Newsroom Email

 

Another photo of Goodman

RICHMOND, Va. -- The Richmond Division of the FBI is conducting a joint investigation with the King George Sheriff’s Office and the Virginia State Police in an effort to locate and apprehend Anthony William Goodman, who is a suspect in a double shooting that occurred in King George on April 29, 2014. On May 2, 2014, the FBI obtained an Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution warrant for Goodman to assist in this investigation.

At the present time King George Sheriff’s Office holds numerous warrants against Goodman to include: First-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, malicious wounding, two counts of use of a firearm during the commission of a felony, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and two counts of abduction.

The investigation has revealed that Goodman has ties to the District of Columbia and Maryland to include Prince George’s County, Charles County and Baltimore.

He is described as a 6-foot 1-inch black man, weighing approximately 250 pounds with black hair and brown eyes and should be considered armed and dangerous.

The FBI and the King George County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information that may lead investigators to the whereabouts of Anthony William Goodman to please contact investigators at (FBI) 804/261-1044 or (King George Sheriff’s Office) 540/775-2049.


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