Derry fugitive sought by NH Department of Corrections

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DERRY –– The New Hampshire Department of Corrections is actively seeking information to aid in the location and arrest of parole fugitive Elwin Albert Moses, who has absconded from supervision since his parole warrant was issued on Aug. 21.

Moses, who was last known to be residing in Derry, is wanted for parole violations related to his underlying convictions for Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault.

For these offenses, he had been sentenced to a prison term of 20–40 years.

In addition to his parole violations, Moses is also under investigation by Derry Police for Failure to Register as a sex offender.

Investigators believe he could be residing in a homeless encampment in either Concord or Manchester, or possibly in the Lakes Region area.

The fugitive’s criminal history dates back to 1979 and includes prior convictions for being a Habitual Offender and Simple Assault, DWI, Disobeying an Officer, Indecent Exposure and Lewdness, and a prior escape.

The NH Department of Corrections urges anyone with information on Moses’s whereabouts to contact them at (603) 271-1804 or the Belknap County Sheriff at (603) 527-5454.

The public is strongly advised against attempting to apprehend Moses themselves due to the potential risks involved. For further information, Supervising Probation Parole Officer Emerson can be reached at (603) 773-0257.

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