Wednesday, December 21, 2011

HSU Police Seek Two More Robbery Suspects

Written by  Simon

Humboldt State University police are pursuing two more, at-large suspects from San Diego in connection with a Dec. 2 strong-arm robbery on campus that has resulted in two arrests to date.

Police are seeking information on the whereabouts of Jules Aubrey Dawson, alias “Jay Doss,” age 23, and Miles B. Sharp, age 20. Warrants of $100,000 have been issued for each suspect. Neither is an HSU student.

Tips and leads should be submitted to the Anonymous Tip & Crime Report on the University Police Department’s Web site at www.humboldt.edu/police/.

Dawson and Sharp are wanted for an alleged attack early this month in Sunset Residence Hall, where assailants broke into the victim’s room, physically assaulted him, bound his limbs and robbed him.

University Police previously arrested two HSU students in the case, Benjamin Beilin, 19, a freshman from Valencia, CA, and Eric Schneekluth, 21, a sophomore from San Diego. Both are charged with multiple felonies. Beilin has been released on $100,000 bail, Schneekluth remains confined in the Humboldt County Correctional Facility.

Click here to view the original  KMUD News post for this incident.

Photos and descriptions of the two at-large suspects are below:

Description: [Portrait Image]
Jules Aubrey Dawson, alias “Jay Doss”
Sex: male Race: black
Birthdate: 04/27/88 Age: 23
Height: 5’10” Weight: 165

Description: SHARP, Miles
Miles B. Sharp
Sex: male Race: black
Birthdate 02/23/91 Age: 20
Height: 5’11” Weight: 175

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