Marysville Police ask for public’s help in finding suspect wanted in domestic beating

MARYSVILLE - Marysville officers have stepped up efforts to capture a 30-year-old male suspect for the violent beating of his wife and are asking for the public’s helping in locating him. On Feb. 27, Marysville resident, Jeremy Steven Jablonski, allegedly beat his wife unconscious. The assault resulted in severe facial injuries including a broken nose, black eyes and knocked out teeth.

The assault took place in two locations, ending at their residence located in the 5700 block of 140th Place. The victim was threatened with additional violence if she cooperated with the police.

On March 03, as Marysville officers were converging on his residence to arrest him, Jablonski fled out the back and was able to elude capture. A lengthy search failed to locate him. His current whereabouts are unknown.

Jablonski is a registered sex offender and has a lengthy history of arrests for domestic violence, assault, theft and drug offenses.

He is known to have friends and relatives in the Marysville and Tulalip areas. He may also have tribal friends in Skagit and Whatcom Counties.

It is believed Jablonski is in possession of a 9mm handgun and should be considered armed and dangerous. He is listed as 5-09 and approximately 165 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. He also has numerous tattoos on his arms, legs, chest and back.

A warrant for his arrest for second degree assault has been issued through Snohomish County Superior Court.

His case was highlighted in the March 11 airing of the Q13 Fox show, “Washington’s Most Wanted”.

“Jeremy Jablonski is a violent offender and we very much want him in custody,” stated Marysville Police Commander Robb Lamoureux. “What we don’t want is for members of the community to attempt to capture him, but rather make a call to 911 if you see him or know of his whereabouts.”

Anyone that can provide information is asked to call Detective Cori Shackleton at 360-363-8327 or 360-363-8300.

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