WANTED: Homeless couple on the run from multiple Michigan police agencies

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(WJRT) (8/17/2018) - 41-year-old Randall Newman and his wife, 38-year-old Jessican Newman, are on the run from multiple police agencies.

The married couple is believed to be in mid-Michigan, but their whereabouts are not certain.

Both have cases in Genesee County, but police up in Cheboygan and Presque Isle are also looking for them.

Randall and Jessica each have at least three outstanding felony warrants.

"I've been told they're homeless. So, they could be anywhere, hanging out anywhere," Julie Lopez, Regional Director for Crime Stoppers of Flint and Genesee County, said. "There's also been some speculation that they may have fled the state. So please, everybody spread this on the news from Facebook posts and if you happen to see them let us know, even if you think it's them. We need to know."

Lopez said the MSP Fugitive Team reached out asking for help.

She said the Newmans need to be caught.

Police in Cheboygan want Randall Newman on two criminal sexual conduct warrants. Both charges involve a child under the age of 13.

Plus, court records show Randall never showed up to his sentencing in Genesee County this past June. He was charged by Mt. Morris City Police in February with fleeing police, unlawful imprisonment, two counts of felonious assault and domestic violence.

Jessica Newman has outstanding warrants for two different types of fraud and a child support case.

Each charge comes from a different Michigan city.

Lopez said several tips have already come in and police are actively following up on them.

"We're watching this closely for sure," she said. "And actually, I reached out to some contacts, Crime Stoppers in other states, to let them know that they could possibly be in their area also. So, we've got a good network of people and hopefully we'll get them off the streets."

Again, because they're believed to be homeless, Lopez said they could be hiding out at a campsite, trailer home or even a shelter.

You can submit a tip to Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-422-JAIL or logging onto at http://P3tips.com.

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