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On the Lookout: Repeat criminal from Pueblo wanted once more

Pueblo Police, in partnership with the Southern Colorado Safe Streets Task Force, is asking for help to locate Damion Morgan.

The 27-year-old has a warrant for failing to appear on assault charges.

Five years ago, Morgan served time in federal prison for serving as a lookout during a robbery of the RJC Firearms in Pueblo. Morgan was paid for his role in the conspiracy with heroin, according to the Department of Justice.

Morgan is described as a Black male, 5'7", weighing 180 pounds.

If you know where Morgan may be, call Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 719-542-STOP.

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Crime / Local News / On the lookout / Pueblo County Crime

Heather Skold

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  1. And still we cannot figure out why recidivism is as high as it is. A justice system that only puts people in a time out and offers no opportunity for rehabilitation will never work to assist and better the person for the community. Especially when the entire system is wholly set up around financial gain. We have to stop going off a pre determined time and financial penalty punishment system and look at what it will take to provide education, therapy, and rehabilitation to these individuals and basing their reintegration upon their completion of these types of programs. Until for-profit prisons and prison reformation occurs, these problems will continue to occur.
    But at least he bonded out, failed to appear, and when caught again will probably bond out again, so the judicial money system keeps on going.

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