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SHE'S ONLY 25-YEARS-OLD BUT HAS A CRIMINAL HISTORY DATING BACK NEARLY 10-YEARS.
JESSICA CHRISTINE CROWELL LOOKS LIKE THE GIRL NEXT DOOR IN HER DRIVER'S LICENSE PHOTO ... BUT THE TBI SAYS LOOKS CAN BE DECIEVING.
IN AUGUST OF 2001, POLICE SAY CROWELL AND AN ACCOMPLICE NAMED ANTWAUN EASLEY COMMITTED A HOME INVASION AT THIS DUPLEX ON LANIER DRIVE IN NASHVILLE.
Easley kicked the door in, pointed a shotgun at the victim and attempted to rob the victim. The victim also had a gun. Some gunfire was exchanged and the victim was shot"
CROWELL WAS DRIVING THE GET-AWAY-CAR.
IN 2002, SHE PLEADED GUILTY TO HER ROLE IN THE CRIME -- DID SOME JAIL TIME AND WAS PAROLED.
She was reporting for parole just like she should have until 2005. Since then no one's heard from or seen her."
Jessica Crowell's last known address was here at the Charter Village Apartments on Rio Vista Drive in Madison. The state says she was literally here one day and gone the next."
She seems to have strong connections to the metro Nashville area but we're also wondering if she has possibly gone out of state. We believe she might have some relatives in California."
CROWELL IS WANTED NOW FOR VIOLATING HER PAROLE.
BUT SHE'S BEEN CHARGED PREVIOUSLY WITH THEFT, POSSESSION OF DRUGS AND ESCAPE.
JESSICA CHRISTINE CROWELL WAS BORN IN 1982.
SHE HAS RED HAIR AND GREEN EYES -- SHE'S 5'3 AND ABOUT 180-POUNDS.
IF YOU'VE SEEN HER CALL 1-800-TBI-FIND.
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