dipset-logo.jpgFederal Marshals searching for a Bronx fugitive claim the man was last seen at a party in Harlem thrown by Dipset rapper Cam’ron. According to the New York Post, 27-year old Jared Gomes has been on the run since December of 2005 when police and feds brought down a drug and gun running crew in the Co-Op City housing complex in the Bronx. Cops arrested 16 people in connection with the investigation, but Gomes, who they say ran a faction of the Bloods gang in the area, somehow eluded capture. Between 2000 and 2005, Gomes was indicted on several drug related charges and is wanted in relation to two shootings. Federal agents reportedly went looking for Gomes at MTV Music Video Awards after-parties in August, but were unsuccessful. Now, according to the Post, the Feds are looking into Gomes’ possible connection to Cam‘ron’s Diplomat Records after he was spotted at a party in Harlem in July of 2006. A spokesperson for Cam told the Post that the rapper “has nothing to do with anyone who is a fugitive.”