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North Idaho Violent Crimes Task Force Searching For Fugitive

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Frederick Maurice Donohoe PHOTO From Coeur d'Alene Police Department's Facebook Page Frederick Maurice Donohoe PHOTO From Coeur d'Alene Police Department's Facebook Page
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - The North Idaho Violent Crimes Task Force (NIVCTF) is seeking information leading to the apprehension of Frederick Maurice Donohoe.

Donohoe is being sought based on an Idaho Department of Corrections felony warrant charging Donohoe with Felony Parole Violations. He is on Felony Parole for Aggravated Assault and Drug Delivery charges. This is a no bond warrant with Northwestern States extradition.

Donohoe is a white male, 55 years old, 6'0 tall, 230 lbs with blue eyes and brown hair. Donohoe was last known to be living in the Athol, ID area.

The NIVCTF, consisting of members of the FBI, Idaho State Police, Kootenai County Sheriff's Department, Shoshone County Sheriff's Department, Coeur d'Alene Police Department, Post Falls Police Department, and Bonner County Sheriff's Department, is tasked with locating and apprehending violent fugitives charged with such crimes as homicide, bank robbery, robbery, kidnapping, rape / sexual assault, felonious assault, arson, drug trafficking, etc.

Anyone with information regarding this subject or other fugitives being sought for violent crimes should call the NIVCTF at 208-665-4455. The identity of callers will remain confidential and reward money is available.
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