Jordan Irving Parker Oldham, 26, has two warrants out for his arrest, according to a Juneau Police Department Press release. (Courtesy Photo | Juneau Police Department)

Jordan Irving Parker Oldham, 26, has two warrants out for his arrest, according to a Juneau Police Department Press release. (Courtesy Photo | Juneau Police Department)

Police looking for man with outstanding warrants

Jordan Oldham also allegedly threatened family member with gun recently, police say

Police are looking for a Juneau man wanted on multiple warrants, saying he’s been “acting up” recently.

Jordan Irving Parker Oldham, 26, has two warrants out for his arrest, according to a Juneau Police Department Press release. Oldham has a $5,000 Alaska State Troopers warrant out for failing to comply with his probation conditions, with the original charges of third- and fourth-degree assault. There is also a $1,000 AST warrant out for him violating conditions of release, according to the release.

Juneau Police Department Lt. Krag Campbell said Monday that police are confident Oldham is in Juneau, but they don’t have his current address. Campbell said police have heard Oldham has been “acting up” recently, and police want to talk with Oldham about a recent incident where he allegedly called a family member and threatened to hurt them with a gun.

Oldham is about 5-foot-6 and 155 pounds, police say, with black hair, brown eyes and tattoos on his neck. According to photos posted on JPD’s Facebook account, the neck tattoos say, “907,” “cutthroat” and “baby.” If people know anything or see Oldham around, they are asked to call JPD at 586-0600.


• Contact reporter Alex McCarthy at 523-2271 or amccarthy@juneauempire.com. Follow him on Twitter at @akmccarthy.


Jordan Irving Parker Oldham, 26, has two warrants out for his arrest, according to a Juneau Police Department Press release. (Courtesy Photo | Juneau Police Department)

Jordan Irving Parker Oldham, 26, has two warrants out for his arrest, according to a Juneau Police Department Press release. (Courtesy Photo | Juneau Police Department)

Jordan Irving Parker Oldham, 26, has two warrants out for his arrest, according to a Juneau Police Department Press release. (Courtesy Photo | Juneau Police Department)

Jordan Irving Parker Oldham, 26, has two warrants out for his arrest, according to a Juneau Police Department Press release. (Courtesy Photo | Juneau Police Department)

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