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Eastern North Carolina's Most Wanted: Onslow County

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The following individuals are wanted by the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office:

Antonio Padron Rangel, 41.

Rangel is wanted for Felony Hit and Run with personal injury resulting in the death of a 12-year-old boy. On July 3rd 2004, Onslow County deputies say the victim, 12-year-old Steven Ignelzi, was riding his bicycle on Holly Shelter Road when he was struck and killed. Deputies say Rangel, who was driving the car, ran away from the accident. They say there was vomit and other evidence in the car that shows he was most likely intoxicated at the time of the accident.

Quentin James Bryant, 24.

The 24-year-old is wanted on multiple counts for the sale of crack cocaine, possession of Stolen Firearms and Possession of a Firearm by a convicted felon.

Matthew Ryan Sanderson,  27.

Sanderson is wanted for the Trafficking and sale of opiates and marijuana. He’s known to live in abandoned houses or houses under construction and may be in the company  of his girlfriend. Sanderson is still believed to be in the Onslow County or Carteret County areas.

Randolph Douglas Ridder.

Ridder is wanted for communicating threats and failure to appear for traffic violations. Ridder is a known member of the Aryan Brotherhood. He’s made threats to harm law enforcement and even his own family. Deputies say Ridder may have changed his appearance. He may have a ponytail and walks with a back pack. Ridder is known to stay in low budget motels in the Onslow and Carteret areas.

IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION CALL:

Onslow County Sheriff’s Office: (910) 455-3113

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