(Multiple Warrants)

 Today’s Wanted Wednesday focuses on a man wanted in multiple jurisdictions.

The Columbus Division of Police, Licking County Sheriff’s Office, Reynoldsburg Division of Police, and Westerville Division of Police, are attempting to locate and place under arrest a Mr. Aaron M. Schwartz for multiple felony and misdemeanor offense warrants that have been issued by each jurisdiction.

Aaron M. Schwartz

Schwartz is known to drive a 2014 Silver Honda Civic with an unknown license plate that is reported stolen with the Reynoldsburg Police Department, report R1REY-38331, case number 2021 CRA 16498 with the Franklin County Court Clerk of Courts.

Schwartz also has 4 felony warrants issued by the Westerville Police Department; 3 warrants for Violation of a Protection with a Previous Conviction, case numbers 2021 CRA 018197; 2022 CRA 001758; 2022 CRA 010275-2; and one warrant for Menacing by Stalking – Felony Cyber Stalking, case number 2022 CRA 010275-1, with the Franklin County Court Clerk of Courts.

Schwartz has a misdemeanor warrant issued by the Columbus Division of Police for Criminal Damaging, case number 2022 CRB 009114, with the Franklin County Court Clerk of Courts.

The Licking County Sheriff’s Office has issued the following warrants for Schwartz with the Licking County Clerk of Courts:

Violation of a Court Order – 2021 CRA 496 (F)
Telecommunications Harassment – 2022 CRB 368 (M)
Criminal Damaging and Trespass – 2022 CRB 500 (M)
Violation of a Protection Order – 2022 CRA 431 (F)
Criminal Damaging and Trespass – 2022 CRB 1113 (M)
Failure to Appear – 2022 CRB 1078 (M)

Schwartz has last been seen in the area of College Ave and East Livingston Ave, and in the 1900 block of Lockbourne Ave on Columbus’ south end. He is believed to have lost weight since the attached picture.  

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