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Carjacking suspect known as ‘Stinky Butt’ continues to elude Texas authorities

March 12, 2018  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Carjacking suspect known as ‘Stinky Butt’ continues to elude Texas authorities

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Drashaydrian Hunter, 26, is building a name for himself — and that is mostly because of his nickname – “Stinky Butt.”

And considering that Hunter is on the lam from law enforcement officials in East Texas, his reputation is likely not a desirable thing for the purported carjacker.

According to the Star-Telegram, Hunter is known as “Stinky Butt,” as the Jacksonville (Texas) Police Department indicated in a press release outlining his most recent run-in with the law.

He was spotted last week walking around Lincoln Park sporting a black hoodie and black jeans and fled into a wooded area near the park. An anonymous tipster gave authorities an idea of “Stinky Butt’s” location.

Jacksonville authorities dispatched a helicopter and canine units, according to the release, but they couldn’t locate “Stinky Butt.”

He first avoided authorities in the nearby town of Van in November. Hunter gave authorities from those two cities the slip after taking off from a hospital wheelchair after a crash involving a stolen car.

Investigators said Hunter is the suspect in that carjacking and suffered injuries to his face, but was also pictured by officers sporting a neck brace as a result of the incident, which took place in November.

Drashaydrian Hunter initially provided authorities with his brother’s name when he was arrested and at the hospital.

“He handcuffed him, the officer got distracted for a second, and the person jumped up and ran from the emergency room toward South Baxter,” Van Police Chief John Brown said at the time. “The officer may have been sorting through those things that happened in his mind, it’s easy to get distracted.”

According to the press release, “Stinky Butt” has warrants for his arrest in Kauffman, Van Zandt and Smith counties.

His warrant in Jacksonville was issued in November and relates to a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to Jacksonville Police Captain Robert Mitchell.

The Jacksonville Progress reported that in 2016, Hunter was arrested for participating in organized criminal activity and burglary, and in 2010 he was charged with manufacturing and delivering a controlled substance, resisting arrest, and possession of marijuana.

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