US Marshals Request Public’s Assist to Locate Fugitive Shane Bradley

The Mountain State Fugitive Task Force is requesting the assistance of the public in locating fugitive Shane Bradley, 24, of Martinsburg, West Virginia.

Shane Bradley is wanted by the West Virginia State Police on charges of Attempted Murder stemming from a shooting that occurred in September of 2015 in the 4000 block of Winchester Avenue in Martinsburg, West Virginia.

Cocaine was recovered inside the residence of the shooting consistent with drug distribution.

Shane Bradley is originally from Brooklyn, New York and relocated to Berkeley County, West Virginia. Bradley’s last known address was on Five Points Avenue in Martinsburg, West Virginia.

Bradley frequents the Lust strip club located on route 9. Shane Bradley has gone by the nickname of “Mitch” but maybe known to the community by other street names.

Shane Bradley has a tattoo on one of his hands that says “Works with Numbers”. Within the last year Bradley is believed to have had a child with a female who goes by the street name of “Panda”.

ALL Fugitives should be considered armed and dangerous. Do not attempt to apprehend them yourself, contact local law enforcement.

If you have any information or know where Shane Bradley maybe located contact law enforcement. Information can be called into the U. S. Marshals Service (Mountain State Fugitive Task Force) at (304) 267-7179.

All tips will be treated as anonymous.

Shane Bradley Name: Shane Bradley



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Tattoo on hand “Works with Numbers”

The Mountain State Fugitive Task Force (MSFTF) is comprised of three offices and covers the Northern portion of West Virginia.

The Martinsburg Office of MSFTF is a team of the following Federal, State and Local agencies: West Virginia State Police, Martinsburg City Police, Shepherdstown Police Department, Berkeley County Sheriff Department, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Mineral County Sheriff’s Office, Morgan County Sheriff’s Office and the U.S. Marshals Service.

The primary mission of the U.S. Marshals led task forces is to locate and capture fugitives charged with violent crimes, drug crimes, sex offenders and other violent felony offenses.

All tips will be treated as anonymous.

Information can be reported to the United States Marshals Service at (304) 267-7179 Attn Deputy Mike Ulrich e-mail tips to or the West Virginia State Police at (304) 267-0000.


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