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On the Lookout: Fugitive with ties to neo-nazi prison gang, suspected car thieves sought

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The Teller County Sheriff's Office is putting you on the lookout for a man with ties to a neo-nazi prison gang while the El Paso County Sheriff's Office is seeking three suspected car thieves.

The man wanted by the Teller County Sheriff's Office is Michael Dell Scott but sometimes goes by Charlie Coleman, Charley or Chuck.

Scott was first linked to the Colorado area when the Sheriff's office says he stole fuel from the Four Mile Fire Station near Cripple Creek back in October 2019 with his RV.

He is also wanted by the U.S. Marshall's office. Scott has felony warrants out of Texas for drug charges and fuel theft. In Colorado, he is wanted for criminal impersonation.

Deputies say he armed and dangerous and a threat to law enforcement with ties to the Aryan Brotherhood, a neo-nazi prison gang.

Scott may be driving a maroon or green pickup truck with the license plate FKB-1294 and may be with a woman named Tiffany Salazar.

If you have any information, call the Teller County Sheriff's Office at (719) 687-9652.

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office says the three fugitives were in a newer model Toyota Tundra.

On January 2nd at 2:48 a.m., the vehicle was seen on the 9300 Block of Chieftain Drive on the Southeast side of town.

The EPCSO says three people are inside scoping out other vehicles to steal from. They got away with $20.

The driver stayed inside while two passengers get out and see if any car doors are left open.

If you have any information, please the El Paso County Sheriff's Office at (719) 520-6666.

Colorado Springs / Crime / El Paso County Crime / Local News / State & Regional News / Teller County Crime

Krystal Story

Krystal is a reporter for KRDO. Learn more about Krystal here.