Law enforcement still searching for dangerous fugitive in Fargo
The hunt continues for a man who law enforcement consider a dangerous fugitive.
Timothy Beaulieu Junior, 37, walked away from a rehab facility in Fargo last night.
He is now the second dangerous fugitive to walk away from the facility in the last two weeks.
Beaulieu signed up to go to a local church and never came back, according to authorities.
Many people at the facility told Valley News Live that this kind of thing happens all the time--people walk away and never come back.
It has neighbors like Kayla Berg on edge.
"It's scary. I have two kids that live in this house," Berg says. "When I bought the house I didn't really think about Centre being down the street and no there are a lot of red flags."
Beaulieu was sent to Centre Inc to serve out the rest of his federal sentencing and was going to be released by the end of January.
"It makes me question if they want to be a better person or not after their mistakes," Julia Wilson, another neighbor, says.
Valley News Live tried talking with Centre Inc, but didn't have much luck and were asked to leave the property.
Although officials with Centre Inc wouldn't comment, law enforcement did.
They say even though this fugitive has a violent past, there is no danger to the public.
The people living near the facility say, this is happening way too often and they want it to stop.
Beaulieu Junior is 5'8" and weighs about 218lbs. He was last seen wearing a brown overcoat, a black zip-up, red t-shirt, blue jeans and red sneakers.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police.
Other than Beaulieu, a felon serving a federal sentence for possessing a firearm walked away as well. He was found two days later.
There's also the case involving Brenda Kartes. She went missing after leaving the center last summer. Her remains were found near the Red River in south Fargo in August.
Police say her death is still under investigation.