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Mariah Havas, Oklahoma Department of Corrections

MUSKOGEE, Okla. – Authorities are searching for a woman who reportedly walked away from a halfway house in Tulsa earlier this year.

In April 2016, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections Office of the Inspector General said Mariah Havas, 26, walked away from the Center Point halfway house in Tulsa.

Investigators have tracked Havas and believe she is hiding in the Muskogee area and is making frequent trips to Tulsa.

Agents who gathered intelligence believe she is using and potentially selling drugs in the area.

Sources close to Havas who were interviewed told agents she became pregnant since leaving custody.

Corrections Director Joe M. Allbaugh said the community has been instrumental in past instances and hopes this time will be no different.

“We need the public’s help immediately,” Allbaugh said. “Mariah Havas is a threat to herself and the community because of the drugs she is using and selling. We need to take immediate action to get her off the streets and back into custody where she can be treated for her addiction and not poison anyone else.

“We are asking for anyone with any information to please come forward.”

If information on Havas is available, authorities ask individuals to call local law enforcement, the DOC fugitive warrants division at (405) 425-2570 or submit an email with information to warrants@doc.ok.gov.