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Family of wanted Arkansas man pleads he turns himself in



Little Rock, Arkansas – Darrell Esau, 31, is wanted in central Arkansas for several criminal offenses.

His family is now pleading with him to choose the right path and turn himself into the police.

Erica Esau, Darrell’s aunt, stated that she assisted in raising him and is concerned about his welfare.

Erica Esau stated she can’t handle the idea of losing him too, having already lost a child. She urges him to seek assistance and act morally.

“Regardless, he is my baby first and foremost,” Erica Esau said. “I can only imagine what is going through his mind right now, but I need him to stop because if anything were to happen to him, it would break me.”

Although Erica Esau stated that she had no idea where her nephew is, she only wanted him to be secure.

“Call me,” Erica Esau said. “I will do everything I can to get you the mental health help you need, but you need to make the first step.”

Darrell Esau is regarded as armed and dangerous by the US Marshals.

There are felony warrants out for him in Pulaski County, Little Rock, and Sherwood. A few of those are for battery first, meaning he fired and caused harm to someone.

He is roughly 160 pounds and 5’10” tall, according to the police. The U.S. Marshals advised calling 911 instead of approaching if someone saw him.

The U.S. Marshals ask that anybody with knowledge about Darrell Esau’s whereabouts contact them at (501) 324-6356. Both calls and information will be kept private and anonymous.

Anyone who assists him in eluding the police, according to the authorities, will face criminal charges.


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