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Man wanted for felonious assaults

(Toledo News Now) -

Authorities need your help finding a man wanted for felonious assault.
    
Gary Graves, 28, is wanted by Toledo police for assault with a bat. U.S. Marshals say he's also wanted by the Lucas County Sheriff's Office on two charges of felonious assault and one charge of failure to appear. 
    
Graves is described as 6'2" tall, weighing 250 pounds. He can easily be spotted by the cross tattoo on his right forearm, along with a tattoo on his left hand that reads "Leila."
    
He was last seen on Summit Street in the blocks of 2500 to 2700.
    
If you know where he is or have any information that could help lead to his arrest, call the U.S. Marshals tipline at 1-866-4-WANTED or CrimeStopper at 419-255-1111.

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