Police search for man with history of criminal activity, running from authorities

Juneau man Derick Nathaniel Skultka, 35, is wanted for a parole violation with original charges of weapons misconduct and reckless driving. (Courtesy photo | Juneau Police Department)

Juneau man Derick Nathaniel Skultka, 35, is wanted for a parole violation with original charges of weapons misconduct and reckless driving. (Courtesy photo | Juneau Police Department)

A man with a history of running from authorities is again at large in Juneau.

The Juneau Police Department is searching for Derick Nathaniel Skultka, 35, who has an Alaska State Troopers warrant out for a parole violation, according to a JPD press release. Skultka’s original charges are for fourth-degree weapons misconduct and reckless driving. Skultka, of Juneau, is also a person of interest for the crime of failing to stop at the direction of an officer.

Anybody with information about Skultka’s whereabouts is asked to call JPD at 586-0600.

In 2015, Skultka was also at large after he crashed his car into a McDonald’s drive-thru and took off on foot. He had three warrants out for this arrest at the time. Two were for not showing up to court hearings in connection to a burglary and first-degree assault and one was for a felony drug charge. He was apprehended a few days later.

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