Local 12's neighborhood most wanted is putting the spotlight on criminals wanted in your neighborhood.
Police say 40-year-old John Wesley Wirth was convicted of a fatal beating in 2004. Wirth was released from prison in March after serving a 2-year sentence for involuntary manslaughter. He is now accused of violating his parole. Wirth's last known address is on Central Parkway.
Our next most wanted is accused of violating parole on charges of drug trafficking, assault and burglary. Officials say Nathaniel Busch of Northwest Fairmount has not reported to his parole officer. According to police, Busch has been charged in the past with carrying a concealed weapon, so he should be considered arms and dangerous.
Finally, after serving time... a convicted killer is also on the run from parole officers. 24-year old Anthony Stephens served 3-years in prison for involuntary manslaughter for a robbery and a killing. The last time anyone knew, he was living in Trotwood but police say Stephens does have friends in the Tri-State so he may be walking the streets here.
If you can help find any of today's Neighborhood Most Wanted, call Crimestoppers at 352-3040. You don't have to give your name and could get cash for clues.