In this week's Detroit's Most Wanted, we're partnering with the U.S. Marshals Detroit Fugitive Apprehension Team to find a man wanted for reigning terror on Macomb County.
David Bosel is topping the most wanted list after a life of crime. Police say he finds his victims in Macomb County, and they need your help getting him off the street.
"This guy is a menace to society – a menace to the community," DFAT Supervisor Deputy Aaron Garcia said. "At 56 years old, he still has not learned his lesson, he's still doing the same stuff he’s done when he was 20 years old."
According to the U.S. Marshals, he's a habitual offender with a criminal history that's pages long. He's wanted now for carrying a weapon, but he has about 10 arrests. There are some for larceny and burglary, two escapes from prison, one assault and a weapons charge. Marshals say it's his drug addiction that keeps his crime spree going and not far from his supply.
They believe he's in the area of Gratiot and I-696, in cities like Roseville and Warren.
Bosel is 5-feet-9, 200 pounds, bald and has tattoos on both arms.
"This guy's a thief, he steals from everybody to include during this investigation when we found out his own family doesn’t accept him because he stole from them. He robs his own family, his own blood," Garcia added.
As always, there is a cash reward for any information leading to the arrest of Bosel. You can call them at 313-234-5656.