FBI removed Jason Derek Brown off the Most Wanted list after 18 years of no sightings.
After 18 years without any sightings, Jason Derek Brown has been removed from the FBI’s Most Wanted list. Originally added to the list in connection to a murder and armed robbery of an armored car guard in 2004, Brown’s removal marks a significant development in the long-standing investigation, according to the FBI.
Described as fluent in French with a master’s degree in International Business, Brown is known for his passion for outdoor activities such as golfing, snowboarding, skiing, and dirt biking. He has a penchant for luxury and often frequents nightclubs, where he showcases his expensive vehicles, boats, and other possessions. Brown, who completed his Mormon mission near Paris, France, was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Brown’s connections span across California, Arizona, and Utah, with past travels to France and Mexico noted. Authorities believe he may be armed with a Glock 9mm and a .45 caliber handgun.
Wanted for alleged murder and armed robbery, Jason Derek Brown’s removal from the Most Wanted list highlights the challenges of apprehending elusive suspects and underscores the ongoing efforts of law enforcement agencies to bring perpetrators to justice.