Fugitive from Texas arrested in Mason County

MASON COUNTY, MICH. - A man wanted for multiple crimes in Texas has been arrested in Michigan.

On Wednesday, Jan. 3, the Bay City (Texas) Police Department reached out to the Mason County Sheriff's Office to warn them a wanted fugitive was thought to be in the area.

Bobby Robles Constancio is wanted for aggravated robbery, family violence, unlawful restraint and assault with a deadly weapon.

The next day, Jan. 4, deputies spotted Constancio driving on US-10 near Meyers Road.

A traffic stop was conducted after deputies were told he may have been armed with a handgun, but one was not found.

The 27-year-old man was arrested without incident. He is currently being held in the Mason County Jail on a local charge of furnishing false information to a police officer.

Once the local charge is cleared, extradition will begin to return him back to authorities in Texas.

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