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Lewis County's Most Wanted - James A. Mueller

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James A. Mueller, 42, of Chehalis, with (above) and without (below) facial hair. Note the scar visible on his cheek without a goatee. Mueller has been described by authorities as a dangerous suspect.

Authorities are still hoping the public can help them find James A. Mueller, 42, of Chehalis, and have listed him for a third time on Lewis County’s Most Wanted. Mueller, who sometimes attempts to use the last name Miller, has been identified as a violent offender and has a lengthy history of felony arrests relating to meth use, theft and trafficking in stolen property.

Authorities are currently seeking him on a no-bail warrant from the Department of Corrections after escaping community custody, as well as a no-bail warrant from the Olympia Police Department and two $4,200 warrants from Lewis County District Court after failing to appear for charges of driving while suspended, third degree. His last known address is on the 4000 block of Jackson Hwy.

If you know the location of Mueller, contact the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office at (360) 748-9286 or, to leave an anonymous tip for a possible cash reward, call Lewis County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-748-6422.

Lewis County’s Most Wanted is a publication of Town Crier in conjunction with the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. Its purpose is to lower crime rates by educating the public about repeat offenders and wanted individuals. Those who use this information to confront, intimidate or harass suspects will be prosecuted by Lewis County.

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