Feds still searching for man convicted of molesting children in Arizona
PHOENIX — Federal law enforcement officials are seeking the public’s help in tracking down a man who was convicted of molesting multiple children in Arizona in the 1990s.
The U.S. Marshals Service said Daniel George Brewster has been on the run since Nov. 25, 1992 after a conviction of 15 counts of child molestation. An unspecified reward was being offered for his arrest.
He ran a daycare in Tucson and was convicted of having inappropriate sexual contact with several toddlers under his supervision.
Brewster was featured on an episode of “America’s Most Wanted” in the 1990s, but officials had no luck tracking him down.
When he was last seen, Brewster stood 6-feet tall and weight 160 pounds. He had blue eyes, light brown hair and a mole on his collarbone.
Brewster was fluent in Spanish and had previously worked as a teacher and a mechanic. He also had his real estate license.
He was described as being “very good with children” and “a people person.”
Law enforcement was unsure where Brewster may be residing. He may have lived in Mobile, Alabama for a time and could still be in the state.
He also had ties to both Flagstaff and Salt Lake City.
It was possible Brewster was living and working under a fake name.
The U.S. Marshals asked anyone who knew Brewster before he went on the lam or who may have pertinent information contact them at 800-336-0102 or 520-88-CRIME.
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