CAPTURED: Pierce County fugitive acted tough until he started crying for a Band-Aid, say police

KENT, Wash. -- Tuesday morning, Kent Police received a 911 call about a domestic verbal dispute involving Washington's Most Wanted fugitive Kerry Toniago Edwards Jr.  aka 'Lil Kerry'. When they contacted him, Edwards repeatedly bragged about being a “Hilltop Crip” and said that he was a drug dealer who didn’t care about the people who had overdosed and died on his heroin.

According to the arrest report, he repeatedly disrespected Officer Diego Moreno who had just died two days earlier in the line of duty and threatened to assault one of the arresting officers.  However, failing to maintain his tough guy persona, he cried repeatedly because his knee hurt from an old injury, he skinned his hand during his arrest and wanted a Band-Aid.

Edwards was booked into the Regional Justice Center where he is being held on $210,000 bail for investigation of Robbery, Vehicle Theft and for Failure to Appear in court in Pierce County on a drug charge where deputies say he is facing additional charges.

Convicted felon and dangerous gang member, Kerry Edwards, a.k.a. ‘Lil Kerry,’ or ‘KB’ is wanted on several charges in Pierce County.

He's one of the U.S. Marshals led Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force Top Ten Most Wanted.

“He's extremely dangerous. Not only does he have domestic violence warrants, he's been convicted of robbery, he's done past drive-by shootings, he's threatened to burn down buildings and he's a suspect in many other cases with other agencies, so this is somebody we want picked up quick, before anyone else gets hurt and he's held accountable for all the crimes he's already committed,” said Pierce County Det. Ed Troyer.

The list of charges he’s wanted for in Pierce County include several domestic violence crimes and being a material witness to a shooting.

Kerry Edwards is 25 years old, 5’9” and weighs 205 pounds.

If you know where he’s hiding, use the P3 Tips App on your smart phone to submit the informaiton to Crime Stoppers, or call the hot line at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).

It's anonymous -- you never have to give your name -- and you'll get up to a $1,000 cash reward if the information helps lead to his arrest.

You can also call the U.S. Marshals at (206) 370-8600 during business hours. On evenings and weekends, call (206) 370-8690.