Three county fugitives sought

By From page A11 | April 03, 2013

The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office, District Attorney’s Office and Probation Department are seeking help from the community in tracking down three wanted fugitives.

The first fugitive is Brandi Thomas, 24, wanted for felony DUI with injuries and for parole violation, according to a wanted poster. Thomas, also known as Brandy Thomas and Brandy Morgan, was sentenced to seven years in state prison on March 2, 2009, for committing DUI with injury when she ran into a two bicyclists in El Dorado Hills. The sentence was suspended in favor of five years of formal probation with conditions to obey all laws.

Thomas was arrested for alleged burglary on August 10, 2011, violating her probation. She was also charged with conspiracy to commit a crime and forgery. The case is currently pending in Placer County.

In addition to the Placer County case, Thomas has an arrest warrant out of El Dorado County for the initial DUI with injury charge, with full extradition.

Thomas is described as a 5-foot-11-inch Caucasian female, 155 pounds, green eyes, blonde hair, light complexion with tattoos on her left ankle, foot, hip and wrist.

Next is Steven Michael White, 39, wanted for felony sexual assault and kidnapping. An off-duty deputy had allegedly observed White forcefully pulling a female in the parking lot of an elementary school in 2003. White struck the female and beat her head against a metal utility box several times. The deputy announced his presence and commanded White to stop. White fled and has been missing since the incident.

Upon investigating White, it was found that he had allegedly been, in the day leading up to the incident, smoking controlled substances, had kidnapped a female and held her against her will, sexually assaulting her until she escaped.

White currently has a felony warrant for his arrest. He is described as a 6-foot-1-inch Caucasian male, 165 pounds, brown hair and eyes, medium complexion.

The third fugitive is Jason Deubler, 30, wanted for felony theft. In 2011, a theft victim believed that her daughter and her fiancé, Duebler, had stolen antique coins, jewelry and checks from her home. Duebler allegedly admitted his role in the theft to a detective later in the year.

Deubler has an active warrant for his arrest. He is described as a 6-foot-3-inch Caucasian male, 225 pounds, green eyes, brown hair, medium complexion.

Anyone with information on any of the fugitives is urged to contact Investigator Dillard at the El Dorado District Attorney’s Office at 530-957-0483.

Cole Mayer

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