Ethan Wade Surrell: FBI puts out two-state alert for alleged federal officer assaulter

Ethan Wade Surrell, aka Nathan Surrell, has got the feds' attention in both Wyoming and Colorado. The FBI has just issued a two-state alert for the 24-year old from Wyoming's Wind River Indian Reservation, where Surrell allegedly assaulted a federal officer.

Look below to see full-size photos and more info about Surrell, including tips about what to do if you spot him in Denver or elsewhere.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation in Wyoming and Colorado is seeking the public's assistance in locating Ethan Wade Surrell, who also uses the alias of Nathan Surrell.

Surrell is a Native American male, 24 years of age, of the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming. He is 5' 07'', 230 lbs, with short black hair, and brown eyes.

Surrell was indicted by the United States Attorney's Office, in the District of Wyoming, for assaulting a federal officer on the Wind River Indian Reservation. He is wanted in connection to a crime of violence that occurred on the Reservation and should be considered dangerous.

Investigators believe Surrell may be traveling in the areas of Riverton, Wyoming, Cheyenne, Wyoming, or Denver, Colorado.

Please contact the Denver Division of the FBI at 303-629-7171 or your local law enforcement authorities if you see Surrell.

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