Johan Molina: Domestic Violence Crackdown fugitive wanted in Pierce County

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WMW: Domestic Violence Crackdown fugitive, Johan Molina, is already a 10-time convicted DV offender. Now, with the new crime he’s accused of —  forget about any ‘Father of the Year’ awards.

Washington State Troopers say when they pulled-over Molina with his young son in the car late last year — Molina was squirrelly — and broke free and bolted when they tried to handcuff him.

He’s wanted now in Pierce County for violating a protection order, and assaulting a victim again. “He deserves to be on this Domestic Violence Crackdown because he has nine previous DV incidents or orders, and it’s the same victim all the time, who will continue to be a victim until we can get him picked,” says Pierce County Det. Ed Troyer. “We also have many other crimes that he’s involved in. Bad driving. He’s a thief. So also the citizens of Pierce County are the victims. So, we want to get him picked up, so she’ll no longer be a victim, and stop his crime spree.”

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Johan Molina is 24 years old, and has tattoos on his neck and chest, as well as tattoos of his name on his arms.

If you know where he is, call an anonymous tip into:


You must call the Crime Stoppers hotline with your tip to be eligible to receive a cash reward for information leading to a fugitive’s arrest.

CLICK HERE for information on how to TEXT A TIP to Crime Stoppers

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