Man wanted by parole agents in Madison County evades capture again
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REXBURG — A Madison County man has evaded capture by law enforcement once again.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office confirms deputies attempted to apprehend Tyrell Fisher Monday evening, but once again he evaded capture.
Deputies were called to Fisher’s home by his parents. When they arrived, he took off on a motorcycle.
At one point deputies attempted to use a taser on Fisher, but it was unsuccessful in stopping him.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office says Fisher is still wanted, but the community is not at risk. Police have reminded people to keep their car doors locked as Fisher does have a history of allegedly stealing unsecured vehicles.
An Idaho Department of Correction parole officer along with a Madison County Sheriff deputy went to Fisher’s home last Thursday evening to speak to him about some parole violations. It was at that point that he fled from officers prompting an emergency notification phone call.
David Birch, deputy chief of the Idaho Department of Correction’s Division of Probation and Parole tells EastIdahoNews.com “Due to the extent of his efforts to elude the parole officer, he could face additional charges and/or violations.”
IDOC says that a warrant has been issued for Fisher’s arrest.
Police ask if you see Tyrell Fisher, please call Madison Dispatch at (208) 356-5426 or 911.
Fisher was arrested in April on two counts of motor vehicle theft, those charges are still pending. He was on felony parole at the time.