Police search for drug-trafficking suspect following chase

Police Search For Drug Trafficking Suspect Following Chase
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PARSONS Kan. – Police officers in Parsons, Kansas search for a wanted man after he escapes a car chase on foot.

On January 30th around 2:00 a.m., Parson’s Police Officers noticed a car making multiple traffic violations while traveling north.

Police tried to stop the vehicle, but the suspect fled the scene.

Following a brief chase, police say the suspect exited his moving vehicle and continued on foot.

The suspect’s vehicle continued down the road until it crashed into a parking lot, damaging three other vehicles.

Previous warrants

Though the suspect escaped, officers identified him as Jason Anderson-Mosley, 36, of Parsons.

Police say they have warrants for his arrest in Labette County on drug charges and Allen County for drug charges with nationwide extradition.

Police statement

Anderson-Mosley has prior convictions for felony robbery and drug charges in SE Kansas, and he is listed on the KBI Offender Registry as a Violent Offender, according to police.

“Here is another example of the criminal justice system failing citizens,” said Robert Spinks Parsons Chief of Police. “A multi-time convicted felon working his illegal trade from Coffeyville to Pittsburg, to Parsons and beyond. A registered violent offender, who has a fistful of outstanding arrest warrants..”

As officers continue to follow up on the case, they say there is probable cause to arrest Anderson-Moseley. Authorities urge those who have information about Jason Anderson-Mosley to call 620-421-7060.