The Texas Department of Public Safety continues to have a very productive 2023 so far as they have recently reported capturing three more of their Top 10 Fugitives and Sex Offenders. One was even captured right here in East Texas. There are still a few old faces you may remember from previous posts, but there are some new faces to observe, let's see if you have spotted any of them.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has had some good luck and good police work in the last few months and has captured five of the ten most wanted in the state. However, there are five more fugitives at large that the DPS Troopers could use some help finding, maybe you have seen them?
As students and teachers start back to school, Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of Public Safety have launched a public service announcement campaign promoting the new iWatchTexas community reporting system. The video below features "Walker, Texas Ranger" star Chuck Norris and is airing on television markets across the Lone Star State.
Remember a couple of weeks ago when we featured this guy? He was the official DPS Featured Fugitive for the month of March 2022, James Bishop. We are happy to report that he is back in custody following his arrest on March 28 near Ashland, Ore. His reward was up to $8500 but in this case, no Crime Stoppers reward will be paid.
From the Arlington, Texas PD Facebook Page:
We (Arling Police) received information that the suspect, 31-year-old Joshua Lee Green, may be here in #ArlingtonTX.
This morning, a multi-agency team, including APD officers who are members of the U...
That's not just any ol' sea of cowboy hats, those are the Resistol brand hats of the Texas Department of Public Safety State Troopers and the largest graduating class in the history of the DPS. Addressing our fine new Troopers is Texas Governor Greg Abbott congratulating the graduating members of the DPS A-2021 class and thanked them for their service to the Lone Star State.
UPDATE: Jerry Elders was captured in Gainsville after a short pursuit and is now in custody.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has issued a Blue Alert for Jerry Elders over a police shooting in Burleson, Texas earlier today.