“Marshall’s Most Wanted- Top 3”-Individuals engaged in organized criminal activity

Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa and the Marshall Police Department are seeking the community’s assistance in helping us locate three of our agency’s most wanted fugitives. MPD is seeking any information related to the location of these individuals.


{Update} John Smith has been captured – still actively seeking Miller and Anderson
Our first fugitive is John Lee Smith who is wanted on a robbery warrant through the Marshall Police Department. Smith is also wanted for questioning in reference to his involvement in engaging in organized criminal activity. Smith is believed to be associated with a gang out of Longview, TX. Smith’s last known address was on E Whaley St in Longview Texas. Smith is known to frequent the Longview and Marshall area.





Our second fugitive is Trekevien Jacquia Darnell Miller who is wanted for a felony bond forfeiture warrant out of Gregg County. Miller is also wanted for questioning for his involvement in engaging in organized criminal activity. Miller is also wanted for questioning by the ATF. Miller is also a known gang member and is known to frequent the Marshall and Longview areas.

List of vehicles associated with Smith and Miller

  • 2014 Dodge Charger (Black) TX-GSV-6019
  • 2003 Lincoln (White) TX-DJT 4912
  • 1995 Buick 4 door (Black) TX- DT4 W695

2012 Chevy (possibly Cruze) (Brown) TX-DJ5 V710
  • 1998 Honda 2 door (Black) Paper Tags



Our third fugitive is Dontrell Anderson who goes by the street name “Wookie”. Anderson has an outstanding felony parole warrant and has fled the area trying to avoid apprehension. Anderson is believed to be hiding in the Shreveport or Dallas area. Anderson like the other two fugitives is wanted for questioning for his involvement in engaging in organized criminal activity.




The Marshall Police Departments ask that if you have any information leading to the location of Smith, Miller or Anderson please call us at 903-935-4575 or 903-935-4540. If you wish to remain anonymous call Marshall/Harrison County Crime Stoppers at 903-935-9969. Chief Campa asks that the community help us in bringing these three individuals to justice. Chief Campa stated “We want to remind anyone out there who is thinking about harboring a fugitive that it is a crime to do so. If you harbor a fugitive we will arrest you. The community is our biggest resource when it comes to locating fugitives. We are asking our community to help us get these individuals off the streets. The longer these individuals remain on our streets the longer it puts our community and surrounding areas at risk. The Marshall Police Department is asking the community to take a stand against gang activity”

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