We Are What Goes Bump in the Night
Hard-core White Supremacist, Believer in the Occult
Known Aliases: Cam Bradley, Cam Strieth, Joseph Strieth
Date(s) of Birth Used: January 28, 1991
Place of Birth:
Weight: 188 pounds
Occupations: Tattoo artist, bartender, currently employed at A-1 Guns and Ammo
Scars or Marks: Bradley has full sleeve tattoos with white power motifs, he has an 88 tattooed on the back of his right calf, and the letters B, A, and D on the knuckles of his right hand, and N, E, W, S on the knuckles of his left hand.
Summary: Subject is wanted for questioning by US Attorney’s office for possible involvement in the murder of Walter Pondsmith on 15 August, 2015. Witnesses in Pondsmith’s neighborhood report seeing suspect along with fellow suspect James Hurley parked outside of Pondsmith’s residence in a blue Ford F-150 truck on the evening of 13 August, 2015.
Surveillance footage taken from a convenience store near Horseshoe Lake Park on the evening of 15 August, 2015 positively identified a blue Ford F-150 truck registered to Bradley entering the park.
If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of this suspect please contact the US Attorney’s office, the FBI, or local law enforcement. Do not attempt to engage with the suspect as it is possible that he is armed and dangerous.
Bradley grew up in Southern Missouri in the Ozarks until he was eleven years old. He was then sent to live with his Grandmother, Merike Strieth in Grubville located Southwest of St. Louis.
Grubville police could find no sign of his juvenile records, though one officer did relate that he believed Bradley had been a regular at the station for fighting and vandalism.
After dropping out of high school official records of Bradley dry up, and there are no tax filings or other official documents from 2008 to 2013.
In 2013 he resurfaced after being arrested in a bar fight between Odin’s White Berserkers (OWB) and some locals in East St. Louis.
FBI surveillance records show that Bradley claimed to have been a trained tattoo artist and a bartender at some point in his past.
He is suspected of assisting in the acquisition of illegal weapons for the OWB through his ties at A-1 Guns and Ammo, though no hard evidence has ever been found.
He managed to elude arrest when the rest of OWB was brought in during a sting operation in 2015.