Fugitive Wanted On Release Violation Considered Armed, Dangerous

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CONCORD, NH — The U.S. Marshals-New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force is attempting to find an armed robbery convict who was accused of violating the conditions of his release.

Travis Gabriel Garand, 33, is 5 feet, 10 inches tall, and weighs around 160 pounds. He has brown eyes and black hair. Garand, according to Jeffrey White, a deputy marshal, has a number of tattoos on his right wrist, left forearm, right hand, and left arm.

“Garand is being sought based on an arrest warrant for violating conditions of release with an underlying charge of armed robbery,” White said. “Garand has a criminal history that includes narcotics, robbery, and burglary.”

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The warrant issued for his arrest was made by the Strafford County Sheriff’s Department on Dec. 27, 2021.

Garand, White added, had “strong ties” to the city of Dover as well as the towns of Epping, Farmington, and Plymouth, where he has friends, family, and associates.

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An “armed and dangerous” warning was placed on Garand due to his prior criminal history.

If you see Garand or know where he is, do not attempt to capture him yourself. Contact police or the task force at 603-225-1632.

According to superior court records, Garand is a felon due to a controlled drug: acts prohibited guilty plea in December 2016 after he was accused of robbery with a weapon, burglary, and criminal threatening in Epping in October 2016. The case, according to an indictment, involved an attempt to steal 5 pounds of marijuana from another person. In June 2018, he pleaded guilty to a violation of probation or parole charge. Garand pleaded guilty to a criminal mischief charge out of Portsmouth in November 2019 that was originally filed as a felony burglary charge in July 2019. He was convicted on a Dover burglary charge from July 2019 in January 2020. Garand has an active conspiracy to commit an armed robbery charge out of Rochester from April 2020.

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