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  • Writer's pictureDennis McCaslin

Officials once again seeking information on convicted kidnapper who absconded from Crawford County

Since August of 2022, authorities with the Arkansas Department of Community Corrections have been searching for a man with white supremacy ties who absconded from parole in Crawford County after being convicted of offenses that include robbery and conspiracy to commit kidnapping.

Jason Wayne Quick, 44, was released from state prison on parole in 2019 and absconded from parole on August 31 of last year, according to the state Department of Community Correction.

Quick is a known member of a white supremacist gang and has tattoos of swastikas, skulls and the symbol for the New Aryan Empire on his body.

Quick has been convicted of multiple felony offenses since 2003, including conspiracy to commit kidnapping, two counts of robbery, possession of methamphetamine and maintaining a drug premises. In one of the robbery cases, Quick and a conspirator severely beat a woman and stole her truck.

Back in 2018 Quick was known to be residing in the Fort Smith area. He's described as white, 5-feet-8 and 179 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information on Quick's whereabouts is asked to contact their local authorities or the Department of Community Correction.

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