The Chiefs superfan known as “Chiefsaholic” still hasn’t been located since he didn’t show up for a court date in March.
But he has been added to the Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers’ “Most Wanted” list, according to the Kansas City Star.
Xaviar Babudar, who was arrested, jailed and released on bail for allegedly robbing a bank in Oklahoma, made the June 2023 list at No. 5 for “Failure to Appear in Court Warrant for Bank Robbery.”
It’s his first time on the “Most Wanted” list, according to the Star, which is published by the Kansas City Metropolitan Crime Commission.
Babudar, 28, reportedly removed an ankle monitor — it was discovered in a field near a Tulsa mall — and didn’t appear for his arraignment hearing about six weeks after he posted bail.
A $1 million warrant was issued once he missed that court date.
He was arrested on Dec. 16 for armed robbery after allegedly robbing a Tulsa Teachers Credit Union.
“I have reached out to him and am waiting to hear back from him,” Tracy Tiernan, Babudar’s lawyer, told ESPN when Babudar missed his court hearing. “I don’t know the circumstances of why [the ankle monitor] was removed and how it was removed.”
The robbery and subsequent drama have created a complicated image for Babudar, who attracted a large following on social media for attending games in a wolf costume — and Chiefs gear.
But his Twitter account has since been deleted.
Babudar posted bail but then skipped his court date.
One of the tellers at the Credit Union was “shocked” that Babudar was allowed to post bail.
“That day changed my life,” Payton Garcia said in a statement through her attorneys, according to 2 News Oklahoma.
“I have never feared for my life like that before.”