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8/22/2016 - 3 Star Food Store Theft

This subject broke into the 3 Star Food Store last night and stole cigarettes. Not a lot to go on in these pictures but someone may recognize the clothing. If you have any information on the person`s identity, please leave a tip here or PM us on Facebook.

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8/12/2016 - Valero Robbery

Robbery Suspects

Aggravated Robbery at the Valero in Freeport on August 12th. The pictured suspect appears to have tattoos on his arm(s), is a light skinned male in his early 20s with a thin build, and is 5`6"-5`9" tall. You can leave us a tip on this page or PM Freeport Pd on Facebook.


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7/26/2016 - MURDER- CLUTE, TX

On July 26, 2016, in the 300 block of Old Angleton Road (down the street from Clute PD). Between the hours of 9:45 p.m. and 10:15 p.m. Three males rushed into the residence when victim opened the door, the two occupants, were shot and beat.

Two arrests were made. A pending warrant for Evaristo Castillo Meza Jr. DOB/08/12/1992, 24 years of age, Hispanic Male, approximately 503/145 pounds, blk/bro. At the time of the murder this person had long hair. He is Wanted for Murder and lives in Freeport area.

  Remember.....We pay CASH FOR TRASH!

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3/29/2016 - Zales Robbery- Lake Jackson, TX
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On March 29, 2016 at around 10:00 am, three black males came to the Brazos Mall in Lake Jackson through the Chucky Cheese entrance. The suspects went to Zale’s Jewelers Store inside the mall. They made the two clerks that were opening the store get inside the store bathroom until they finish robbing the place. Then they left the store. They stole an determine amount of jewelry. The males suspect are described as follow:

1.      Mid height, black male, about 507/509 dark hoodie jacket and dark clothing, and ball cap, wearing brown cloth gloves.

2.      Short, black, male, 504/507 dark hoodie jacket and dark clothing, ball cap, brown cloth gloves

3.      Tall black male, aprox. 6’/6’ -4” dark hoodie jacket and dark clothing, ball cap, brown cloth  gloves.



To help solve this case click the ‘solve this case’ tab below
or contact:

Sgt. G. Jimenez
Lake Jackson PD
(979) 415- 2775


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3/5/2016 - Illegal Dumping- Angleton, TX
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Brazoria County Crime Stoppers is seeking the public’s help in determining who dumped this light tan couch on County Road 213 East of FM 523, out of Angleton sometime between the hours of 10:28am and 10:11 pm. Saturday, March 5th.




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11/12/2015 - Alvin- Burglary of Habitation

At approximately 3:01 p.m. officers with the Alvin Police Department were dispatched to the 400 block of E. Coombs in reference to a burglary of a habitation. 


Suspects had gained unlawful entry into the residence and attempted to steal numerous items of the victim’s personal property.   The victim reported as she was approaching her residence she observed a pewter-colored, four door passenger car backed into her driveway.


 As she pulled into her driveway, a Hispanic male, about 30 years old, wearing a goatee, tattoos on both arms, a black and white striped shirt. As he walked out of the residence, he was wearing the victim’s son’s western hat.  The suspect got into his car and fled the scene, forcing the victim to back her vehicle quickly to avoid a collision.  The suspect was last seen driving west on E. Coombs.


The subject also reported seeing another male standing about block from her home, which after the suspect, she suspected as being a look out.




If you have any information submit a tip on the main page of this website or please contact:


Detective Robert Taylor at 281-585-7174

or btaylor@cityofalvin.com


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11/11/2015 - Burg Vehicle/ Credit Card Abuse- Manvel, TX

Manvel Police Department is attempting to identify the subject shown in the photos. He committed a vehicle burglary at a daycare parking lot in Manvel in the early morning hours of Nov. 11, 2015. He immediately used the victim`s stolen credit cards at Walmart in Alvin and made another attempt at Home Depot in Alvin as well.

He is believed to be driving a maroon 2015-2016 Toyota Corolla, UNK license plate number.

If you have any information on this suspect, please submit a tip by clicking the "Solve this Crime" link below. We will forward it to the officer in charge which are listed below.

Russell Adams
Phone: 281-489-1212

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Alvin Police Department`s Criminal Investigation Division need the public`s assistance identifying the suspects responsible for Burglary of a Building and Auto Theft.


On Sunday, September 27, 2015, between 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m., a car dealership located in the 3200 block of F.M. 528 Rd. in Alvin TX. was burglarized.  While the business was closed, at least two black male suspects gained entry into the showrooms located in two separate buildings. 


The suspects stole several sets of vehicle keys and a small safe containing an undetermined amount of cash.  The suspects also attempted to cut into a second safe, but were unsuccessful.  After stealing the small safe, the suspects exited the buildings and used two of the stolen sets of keys to also steal a white 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 pick-up truck and a black 2016 Ford Mustang GT.  The suspects left the location in the stolen vehicles.


The investigation revealed that witnesses observed the two suspects and video surveillance cameras captured images of them as well. See photos. The stolen vehicles have not been recovered.



If you have any information in regards to the identities of the suspects in these photos or any information regarding this crime, please contact Det. Robert Taylor of the Criminal Investigation Division of the Alvin Police Department.



Detective Robert L. Taylor / 281-585-7174


Alvin Police department

1500 South Gordon Street

Alvin, Texas 77511



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5/29/2015 - Murder- Warren Field IV- Rosharon, TX


Crime Stoppers is asking the public`s assistance in solving the murder of Warren Field IV, of Rosharon, TX.

The murder occurred on September 29, 2014 in the 600 block of Johnston Dr. Rosharon, TX. The victim was fatally shot in the head and neck sometime that day. Witness stated that there was an  unknown black, male that repeatedly rang the door bell during the day. The victim was found later in the day at approx. 6:44 in the front yard.

If you have any information on this case please contact crime stoppers. We are offering a reward of UP TO $5000.

There is ALSO an anonymous donor that is offering a reward of $10,000!

If you have any information, please submit a tip by clicking the tab below.

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5/27/2015 - Pizza Hut Robery- Lake Jackson, TX

On May 27, 2015 at approximately 11:00pm the Pizza Hut located at 120 Circle Way in Lake Jackson was robbed at gunpoint.


The suspect is described as an Hispanic male with a scraggly goatee. He had grayish medium length hair. He is described as a heavy set male with a thick accent. When he entered the business he was wearing grey in color sweat pants, a grey in color zip up hoodie style jacket and a navy blue in color beanie style knit cap. The suspect left in a newer model Chevy Malibu, tan in color.

Here is an artist sketch of the suspect.




 Updates will be posted on the Lake Jackson Facebook page.


 Contact Det. Lankford at 979-415-2777 or submit an ANONYMOUS TIP on this website.

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