Paul Joseph Harmon, a convicted felon, is wanted for his alleged
involvement in the murder of a male associate following a drug-related
dispute in Nevada. On October 14, 1990, the victim's body was
discovered floating in Lake Tahoe, near an area known as Camp
Richardson, California. His body was floating despite having
a large weight tied to it. The victim had been brutally beaten
and stabbed multiple times. At the time of the murder, Harmon
was on federal parole.
Harmon was charged with murder with a deadly weapon, and a state arrest
warrant was issued on October 19, 1990, by the Justice Court of Tahoe
Township, County of Douglas, State of Nevada. On October 30, 1990, a federal
arrest warrant was issued by the United States District Court, District
of Nevada, after Harmon was charged with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.
In February and March of 2004, there were three separate reported sightings
of Harmon, in and around gambling casinos in Arizona and California. In
one of the sightings, Harmon was reportedly with a group of motorcyclists.
Harmon has lower back pain which is treated with spinal manipulation.
He has a droopy or disfigured left eye as a result of a motorcycle
accident. He is known to wear eyeglasses. Harmon is extremely health
conscious, and use to work out with weights daily, maintaining a
youthful physical appearance.
Harmon has a sociopathic personality and is prone to erratic
personality changes and violence. He is an avid gambler who maintains
an extravagant lifestyle.
Harmon has ties to Washington, New Mexico, California, and
Nevada. He may have also traveled to Europe, Ireland, and the
Caribbean in the past.