This photo shows Joseph “Joey” Ryan Schultz who police say has multiple outstanding warrants related to violating the conditions of his release. (Courtesy Photo / Juneau Police Department)

This photo shows Joseph “Joey” Ryan Schultz who police say has multiple outstanding warrants related to violating the conditions of his release. (Courtesy Photo / Juneau Police Department)

Juneau police seek help locating wanted man

Police say has two outstanding warrants for violating conditions of his release.

Juneau Police Department wants help locating a 36-year-old man, who police say has two outstanding warrants for violating conditions of his release.

Joseph “Joey” Ryan Schultz is wanted on warrants for third-degree escape and third-degree criminal mischief, according to police. Schultz had been released prior to a trial with an ankle monitoring system, according to a social media post by Juneau Police Department that concluded with “#turnyourselfin.”

The Juneau Police Department is asking for the communities assistance in locating 36-year-old Joseph Ryan Schultz (AKA…

Posted by Juneau Police Department on Friday, March 19, 2021

He is about 5 feet 9 inches tall with a medium build and brown hair, according to police.

Police encouraged people with information about his location to call the department’s business line at (907) 586-0600. Anonymous tips can be submitted through Juneau Crimeline at http://juneaucrimeline.com/.

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