Man faces 5 felonies after arrest

Other charges span multiple jurisdictions

A Washburn man on the run was arrested on Monday and now faces nine felony charges.
Gabriel Delossantos, 42, of Washburn, is charged with first-degree assault and resisting arrest in one case, possession of a controlled substance and resisting arrest in a second case, and resisting arrest in a third case.
A warrant for his arrest was issued on July 13, and according to a press release from Barry County Sheriff Gary Davis, Delossantos was arrested Monday afternoon at a home near the McDonald and Barry County line.
Barry County deputies, along with troopers from the Missouri State Highway Patrol and deputies from McDonald County Sheriff's office, acted on a tip and located Delossantos hiding behind a washing machine Monday afternoon. Delossantos was taken in to custody without incident after he was located.
His capture ends a months-long search for Delossantos by deputies, troopers and officers from Barry, McDonald and Benton County, Ark.
Delossantos is being held in the Barry County jail on multiple charges. His total bond is $132,259.50, and it is possible that additional charges are forthcoming. The first case's bond is $75,000 cash only, the second case is $15,000 cash only, and the third case is $4,500 cash only. Other charges include driving while suspended, non-support and failure to wear a seat belt. All felony cases are set for disposition on Nov. 29 at 8:30 a.m. in the courtroom of Judge Robert Foulke.

Kyle Troutman

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