The Update -- The Hays County Crime Stoppers Newsletter
July 11, 2022

HaysCoCrimeStoppersnewsletterJuly2022.pdf
 

UPDATE: Williamson County Crime Stoppers Murder Suspect Arrested
June 17, 2022

***UPDATE......UPDATE......UPDATE......UPDATE***

 

On Sunday, Jun 19, 2022, law enforcement officers with the Hays County Sheriff's Office, Buda Police Department, and Texas Department of Public Safety safely apprehended DEVIN JACKSON VASQUEZ-PACHECO on a homicide warrant from Williamson County Sheriff's Office.  On behalf of Williamson County Sheriff's Office and Williamson County Crime Stoppers, thank you to everyone who assisted in the apprehension of this subject.

 

 

 
***COURTESY POST FOR WILLIAMSON COUNTY CRIME STOPPERS***
 

Williamson County Sheriff's Office and Williamson County Crime Stoppers need your assistance in apprehending a murder suspect.

 

On June 13, 2022, Felony Murder warrants were issued on DEVIN JACKSON VASQUEZ-PACHECO, HM, DOB 02-25-2005, by the Williamson County Sheriff's Office for a Murder that was committed on June 11, 2022.

 

VASQUEZ-PACHECO is believed to have family in the Hays/Bastrop County areas.  It is believed that he may have left the local area by known means and may be attempting to flee into Mexico.

 

DEVIN VASQUEZ-PACHECO is described as:

 

Gender:           Male               Race:   Hispanic

DOB:   02/24/2005                 Age:    17

Height:            5ft7in             Weight:           175

Hair:    Short Brown               Eyes:   Brown

Scars, Marks, Tattoos: Tattoo on Left Forearm / Tattoo on Right Forearm / Tattoo on Wrists

 

Williamson County Crime Stoppers needs your help in locating DEVIN VASQUEZ-PACHECO.  If you have any information regarding DEVIN VASQUEZ_PACHECO, or his whereabouts, please contact Williamson County Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-253-7867, online at www.wilcocrimetips.org, or by using the P3 Tips app on your smartphone.

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Hays County Crime Stoppers’ Efforts Lead To 8 Arrests This Year
May 22, 2022

Hays County Crime Stoppers’ Efforts Lead To 8 Arrests This Year

LANCE WINTER PUBLISHER
Sunday, May 22, 2022

Efforts by the Hays County Crime Stoppers and the Hays County Sheriff’s Office Repeat Offender Program have seen an increase in fugitive apprehensions recently. Since the beginning of the year, eight fugitives from the Hays County Crime Stoppers Most Wanted list, have been arrested.

“Hays County Crime Stoppers has worked diligently as a collective group representing all of Hays County to empower citizens and businesses to take a stand against crime,” said Jeff Jordan, Sergeant with the Hays County Sheriff’s Office and Executive Director of the Hays County Crime Stoppers. “Hays County Crime Stoppers continue to receive anonymous tips via phone calls and the P3Tips app. With the information received, officers work together to confirm information and look for fugitives listed on the wanted list. Hays County Crime Stoppers, along with the Hays County Sheriff’s Office Repeat Offender Program, use several methods to check for current information on wanted subjects.”

Jordan said the success of the program is not based on one person. It is a collective team of persons from different backgrounds, ethnicities, and life experience that creates a working network that reaches out to local law enforcement, citizens, businesses, schools, and the media to empower individuals to stand up to crime.

“We’re a team of volunteers that want to keep our communities, schools, and businesses safe,” Jordan said. “We want Hays County to be an example of how communities work together with law enforcement and the media to remove the criminal element.”

All eight fugitives captured this year had active warrants, and all fugitives currently on the list have active felony warrants: Robert Bernal III, two charges of sexual assault of child; Ralph Rodriguez, two charges of intoxication manslaughter with a vehicle and two charges of evading arrest or detention causing death; Darren Burke, unlawful possession of a firearm by felon and capias pro fine/over gross weight; Schellie Mulkins, theft of property <$2,500 or more with previous convictions and parole violation warrant; Christopher Little, online solicitation of a minor; Gabriel Ybarra, eight charges including bond forfeiture/indictment/possession of controlled substance (meth) and aggravated kidnapping; Karen Nava, 10 charges including seven for possession of controlled substances; and Phillip Arnold, burglary of a habitation and parole violation warrant.

“Most subjects that have a warrant know a warrant has been issued for them,” Jordan added. “Some warrants are close to 20 years old, while the majority are between one and five years old ... There can be a variety of reasons why someone is not apprehended on their warrant. Most persons that are not arrested immediately are because they simply move away from the area. We’ve had several that have moved out of county and state and there’s always a chance a person has also fled the country or been deported.”

He said law enforcement agencies try to work every lead they get to resolve a warrant and arrest the suspect, but sometimes it just takes time for the situation to come “full circle” where an arrest can be made.

Jordan said he’s not alone in making this endeavor of a safer community a priority.

“There are 26 volunteers serving on the Board of Directors, a team of 12 dedicated men and women representing each law enforcement agency in Hays County, associate members that come to help us, and school sponsors helping to organize and guide students, as well as our student campus crime stopper members,” he said. “We also have school sponsors leading our Campus Crime Stopper members at Hays High School. New groups are planned to start up at Johnson High School and San Marcos High School. I would be greatly amiss if I did not give a big thank you to our families who support us and understand what we do is just one part of the puzzle that keeps our communities safe.”

He said to help keep Crime Stoppers top of mind the organization has been working alongside with businesses like Chick-fil-A of Buda and Belterra to host ‘Spirit Night’ events where they can talk with the public and be visible.

“We hosted a Breakfast Taco Fundraiser at the Hays County Government Center on May 16, to raise awareness and money for the upcoming Campus Crime Stoppers Conference in Feb. 2023,” Jordan added. “We have another Chick-fil-A “Spirit Night’ event planned for June 6, at Chick-fil-A Kyle from 5-9 p.m. Hays County Crime Stoppers has met with local civic groups to spread the word about the program, as well as using social media and communicating with everyone we can about what the program is and can do to help.”

Jordan said the student conference in February, will bring more than 350 teens from across the state to Hays County for three days of great speakers, breakout sessions, and an awards dinner. He added that Hays County Crime Stoppers would be happy to speak with any business or organization about partnering including donations and subject matter experts.

The board and supporting bodies sacrifice time with family and friends to do this, Jordan said.

“As the executive director I could not do my job without the support of my family and the Board of Directors, as well as the support I have personally received from Sheriff Gary Cutler (HCSO), Chief Stan Standridge (SMPD), Chief Jeff Barnett (KPD), Chief Bo Kidd (BPD), and Chief Matthew Carmichael (TSUPD),” he said.

“Hays County Crime Stoppers is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, which has been in operation within the county for more than 40 years. The program aims to help make the community safer and reduce crime in neighborhoods and at businesses. When individuals provide tips, they are completely anonymous.”

Jordan said the organization works to protect all tipsters and ensure they feel safe. Recent rebranding efforts, along with its increased visibility both on social media and in the community, are an important part of the recent Crime Stoppers’ successes.

Hays County Crime Stoppers encourages anyone with information on a wanted fugitive, any crime, or potential crime, to contact Hays County Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-324-TIPS (8477), submit your tip online at http:// allcrimestoppers.com/, or by using the P3 Tips app on your smartphone or device. Together as a community, citizens, the media, and law enforcement can fight crime and keep our communities, schools, and businesses safe.

lwinter

@sanmarcosrecord.com

Twitter: @LanceWinter


Hays County Crime Stoppers’ Efforts Lead To 8 Arrests This Year
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Chick-fil-A of Buda and Hays County Crime Stoppers Team Up for Spirit Night
May 02, 2022

IT'S HERE!

 

Tonight, May 2nd, Hays County Crime Stoppers is teaming up with Chick-fil-A of Buda from 5pm to 8pm for a Spirit Night Event! Place a mobile order and mention Hays County Crime Stoppers in the comments section. A portion of the proceeds goes to support Hays County Crime Stoppers operations.

 

Board members from Hays County Crime Stoppers will be there to talk to citizens about Crime Stoppers and to assist in setting up the P3Tips app on any smart device.

 

Please come out and support us, and together we can 'Take a Bite Out of Crime!'

#CFABuda

 

 
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Chick-fil-A Belterra and Hays County Crime Stoppers Team Up for Spirit Night
April 11, 2022

Mark your calendars! Hays County Crime Stoppers is teaming up with Chick-fil-A of Belterra on May 17, 2022 from 5pm to 9pm for a Spirit Night Event! When you place an order, mention 'Spirit Night for Hays County Crime Stoppers!', or when you place a mobile order and mention Hays County Crime Stoppers in the comments section. A portion of the proceeds goes to support Hays County Crime Stoppers operations.
 
Board members from Hays County Crime Stoppers will be there to talk to citizens about Crime Stoppers and to assist in setting up the P3Tips app on any smart devices.
 
Please come out and support us, and together we can 'Take a Bite Out of Crime!'
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Chick-fil-A of Kyle and Hays County Crime Stoppers Team Up for Spirit Night
March 17, 2022

Mark your calendars! Hays County Crime Stoppers is teaming up with Chick-fil-A of Kyle on June 6, 2022 from 5pm to 9pm for a Spirit Night Event! When you place an order, mention 'Spirit Night for Hays County Crime Stoppers!', or when you place a mobile order and mention Hays County Crime Stoppers in the comments section. A portion of the proceeds goes to support Hays County Crime Stoppers operations.
 
Board members from Hays County Crime Stoppers will be there to talk to citizens about Crime Stoppers and to assist in setting up the P3Tips app on any smart devices.
 
Please come out and support us, and together we can 'Take a Bite Out of Crime!'
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Hays County Crime Stoppers Spring Break Getaway
March 05, 2022

Need to get away?
 
Book an entire Spring Break vacation package all you need is to have outstanding warrants or know someone with outstanding warrants.
 
This Spring Break special starts with front door pick up service by a uniformed driver.
 
Staff provides each vacationer with commemorative platinum or black titanium bracelets. A luxury SUV or sports car will transport vacationers to an exotic, all-inclusive resort with a minimum one-night stay.
 
If that’s not enough vacationers will relax in a spa and exercise with unique state of the art equipment. Award winning chefs prepare all meals.
But wait, there’s a bonus, a professional photographer will be there to take photos to keep these special memories forever.
 
We know this special is so incredible that you will refer to all the top wanted persons you know. We don't blame you, this special is too hot to pass up. Download our app P3Tips or visit us at https://www.p3tips.com/tipform.aspx?ID=224&CX=56899A or call 1-800-324-TIPS (8477) to submit that special wanted person’s location, and we’ll take care of the rest.
 
Operators are standing by 24/7.
 
*Tipsters will remain anonymous and are eligible to receive a cash reward if the information given leads to an arrest or grand jury indictment of a felony offender.*

Spring Break 2022
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Hays HS Campus Crime Stoppers Recognized
February 17, 2022

Recognitions and awards that were presented to the Hays High School Campus Crime Stoppers program at this year’s 26th Annual Texas Campus Crime Stoppers conference!
 
For the 6th consecutive conference, the Hays High School Campus Crime Stoppers program was awarded first place in this year’s poster contest! The detail and creativeness that was put in to this poster by one of HHS student graphic designers, Long Hoang, is not only eye catching but also accurately displays information regarding the different methods of being able to report crime/tips anonymously. We truly appreciate the time spent in creating this poster, which will be displayed on campus. A sincere Thank You to Hays’ very own CTE Digital Media teacher, Mr. Donald Davis, for his continued show of support for the Campus Crime Stoppers program by allowing his students the opportunity to showcase their talents in helping to create posters each year.
 
The Hays High School Campus Crime Stoppers program is honored to announce that, after having participated in an application and interview process, student board member Isabella Ethridge has been selected to represent the Texas Campus Crime Stoppers program as a State Ambassador! Isabella is one of 12 ambassadors in the state of Texas and will carry this coveted title with her through her senior year in high school! We believe that Isabella will represent not only our school district but our community and state with pride. Congratulations Isabella!
The Hays County Crime Stoppers and Campus Crime Stoppers will be hosting the 27th annual Texas Campus Crime Stoppers conference next year. This is a huge honor that will bring many Campus Crime Stoppers programs/students from across the state of Texas to Hays County to network with fellow student peers while also focusing on current trends and issues seen on campuses.
 
The above mentioned State level recognitions represent the many great things happening at Hays High School with both our incredibly talented students and the success of the Campus Crime Stoppers program! A sincere thank you to Principal Mr. David Pierce, and sponsors Ms. Lori Smith and Mrs. Carolyn Ramirez and all who have continued to support this program!
 
(Poster Photos Credit, BeBe Davis)
(Ambassador Photo Credit, Donald Davis & Lance Winter )
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Hays County Crime Stoppers Valetine's Day Special article in the San Marcos Daily Record
February 11, 2022

Friday, February 11, 2022

Unconventional thinking often yields surprising results. That's what the Hays County Crime Stoppers were thinking when they made a special Valentine’s Day offer on Facebook. The message was directed at jilted lovers whose former significant others  have outstanding warrants.

The message, though humorous, is clear.

“Do you have an ex-Valentine and know they have outstanding warrants? Give us a call with their location and we’ll take care of the rest,” the post reads. “This Valentine’s Day Special starts off with a set of limited-edition platinum bracelets, free transportation with a chauffeur, a one-night minimum stay in luxurious 5-star accommodations and professional glamor shots. This special is capped off with a special Valentine’s dinner.”

Jeff Jordan, Sergeant for the Hays County Sheriff’s Department and Executive Director for the Hays County Crime Stoppers, said he’d seen similar posts like this before.

“I came across this, it was something that Odessa Crime Stoppers had posted,” Jordan said. “Then Laredo Crime Stoppers had taken it and ran with it; it was too good to pass up and funny. So, I borrowed and changed it up for Hays County.”

Jordan said it’s gotten people talking about Crime Stoppers whether in Hays County or just Crime Stoppers in general.

“The vast majority of people are finding it hilarious,” he said. “Some have asked if this is good for only Hays County or if it was good for another county? It tells me people are thinking about it; it’s another way to empower them to fight back.”

Jordan said when responding he emphasized this was for felony warrants or criminal activity that's going on and that respondents remained completely anonymous.

“Anonymity for people is important,” Jordan said. “They may be a victim or fear retaliation.”

Jordan said they are thankful to have received some tips with active warrants on some perpetrators, and though they weren't currently on their most wanted list, they were referred to the appropriate agencies.

“The biggest plus with this has been that people are talking about Crime Stoppers,” Jordan said.  “We've also gone through some of the roughest times in recent history with COVID, I think everybody needs a good laugh. If this helps, then it’s great.”

The Facebook offer by the HCCS said it was a deal too “sweet” to pass up.

“We know this special is so incredible that you may be tempted to provide additional referrals. We don't blame you, this special is too sweet to pass up,” HCCS said on Facebook. “Operators are standing by. Call 1-800-324-TIPS (8477) Download the app : P3Tips. Submit online: https://www.p3tips.com/tipform.aspx?ID=224&CX=56899A."

And if you have a warrant, Jordan recommends you turn yourself in before your spurned lover does.


Hays County Crime Stoppers Proposes Unique Valentine’s Day Offer
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Hays County Crime Stoppers has best way to get back at ex-lover
February 10, 2022

Hays County Crime Stoppers has best way to get back at ex-lover

Gabriel Romero

Feb. 10, 2022 Updated: Feb. 11, 2022 4:12 p.m.

 

With Valentine's Day right around the corner, Hays County Crime Stoppers are giving spurned ex-lovers a chance to even the score. The Hays County Crimes Stoppers are asking for exes to report their former significant others with outstanding warrants in a Facebook post. 

 

All a person has to do is report their ex's location and the Crime Stoppers will handle the rest. The "Valentine's Day special" includes "limited-edition platinum bracelets" along with "free transportation" and a "special Valentine's dinner."

 

"That was a great way for us to grab attention while having fun and educating people at the same time," says communications director Carina Pinales of the unique Valentine's Day celebration.

 

Pinales says the organization has been looking for a different ways to connect with the community and educate people on Crime Stoppers. They got the idea from a similar post from the Odessa Crime Stoppers, she adds.

 

"It's getting people talking and that's one of the biggest things for us is to have that communication with the public and the media,” says executive director Jeff Jordan. "If we can get the public talking to law enforcement then we can solve cases, arrest fugitives, and keep the public safer."

 

Everything is anonymous, so tipsters know they are safe from retaliation, Jordan said.

If any exes are still hurting from a previous relationship, they can call the Hays County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-324-TIPS, or submit an online tip form.


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Crime Stoppers advertises Valentine's Day special for 'ex-lovers'
February 09, 2022

Crime Stoppers advertises Valentine's Day special for 'ex-lovers'

By Sunny Tsai Hays County
PUBLISHED 1:53 PM CT Feb. 09, 2022
 

HAYS COUNTY, Texas — If you are seeking revenge on an ex-Valentine, Hays County Crime Stoppers is here to spice things up for you during the unofficial holiday. 

Hays County Crime Stoppers took to Facebook to offer a Valentine’s Day special. If anyone from your past has an outstanding warrant, you can call it in with their location at 1-800-324-TIPS (8477) or submit an online tip form and the Crime Stoppers will take care of the rest.

The Valentine’s Day special includes “free transportation with a chauffeur ” and “luxurious accommodations” capped off with a “special dinner.”

Make this Valentine’s Day extra special for those who have come and gone in your life.


Crime Stoppers advertises Valentine's Day special for 'ex-lovers'
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Crime Stoppers Valentine's Day special hopes to find Texas outlaws on Fox 7 News
February 08, 2022

By John Krinjak, Published February 8, 2022 Hays County FOX 7 Austin

Crime Stoppers advertise Valentine’s Day special in hopes of finding Texas outlaws.

 

Hays County Crime Stoppers is advertising a Valentine's Day Special on Facebook, in the hopes that some onetime lovers will turn in their outlaw exes.

 

HAYS COUNTY, Texas - Hays County Crime Stoppers is advertising a Valentine's Day Special on Facebook, in the hopes that some onetime lovers will turn in their outlaw exes.

 

"So with the post, the idea was if you had an ex-Valentine that had warrants we were offering for you to call and let us know their location," said Sgt. Jeffrey Jordan, executive director of Hays County Crime Stoppers.

 

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"We'll take care of the rest," it reads--boasting "a set of limited-edition platinum bracelets, free transportation with a chauffeur, one-night minimum stay in luxurious five-star accommodations and professional glamour shots."

 

The post ends by saying "We don't blame you. This special is too sweet to pass up. Operators are standing by!"

 

 

"It was more about having a little bit of fun getting the name of crimestoppers out there," said Jordan.

 

"Like every other reaction I just laughed, I mean I thought it was hilarious, although warrants are very important," said Officer Dan Pruitt, warrant officer for the Kyle Police Dept.

 

Pruitt says the toughest part of his job is finding updated contact and location information for suspects, and that's where a former Valentine could be helpful.

 

"We’ve all had one. I know I’ve had one or two myself. Why not, I mean if you know somebody and they’ve done something, and they’re an ex-Valentine, call crime stoppers, let 'em know. And we’ll come out and visit 'em," said Pruitt.

 

And, since tips are anonymous, your ex never has to know. So...would you do it?

 

"There are tons of women out there that would do it. And that’s their choice," said Ruth Alexander of Kyle.

 

What about men?

 

"Absolutely. Yeah, more so than women."

 

Although some, like Alexander, worry about a little thing called karma.

 

"Once you start pointing fingers at someone for what they did or didn’t do, and get them caught, it’s going to come back on you. It will," said Alexander.

 

But Pruitt stresses: you'd really be doing the right thing.

 

"Oh, yeah. Valentine’s tips would be wonderful," said Pruitt.

 

If you have a tip for Hays County Crime Stoppers--whether you're an ex or not--call 1-800-324-TIPS, or download the P3Tips app. There could be a reward involved as well.

 

And if you have a warrant, police recommend you turn yourself in before your ex does.


Crime Stoppers Valentine's Day special hopes to find Texas outlaws on Fox 7 News
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Hays County Crime Stoppers Valentine's Day Special
February 04, 2022

Valentine’s Day Special! ????
 
Do you have an ex-Valentine and know they have outstanding warrants? Give us a call with their location and we’ll take care of the rest.
 
This Valentine’s Day Special starts off with a set of limited-edition platinum bracelets, free transportation with a chauffeur, a one-night minimum stay in luxurious ?????????? accommodations and professional glamour shots. This special is capped off with a special Valentine’s dinner.
 
We know this special is so incredible that you may be tempted to provide additional referrals. We don't blame you, this special is too sweet to pass up.
 
Operators are standing by!
 
?? Call 1-800-324-TIPS(8477)
?? Download the app : P3Tips
 
 
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Thank you Odessa Crime Stoppers. This offer is so good we couldn’t refuse to offer it! ??#HCCS
 

Valentine’s Day Special!
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Texas Campus Crime Stoppers Conference 2020
February 14, 2020

Extremely PROUD to announce the recognitions and awards that were presented to the Hays High School Campus Crime Stoppers program at this year’s 25th Annual Texas Campus Crime Stoppers conference!

For the 5th consecutive year, HHS Campus Crime Stoppers won first place in this year’s poster contest!! The detail and creativeness that was put in to this poster by one of HHS student graphic designers is just what the panel of judges were looking for! We truly appreciate the ti...me spent in creating this! We would like to take the time to send out a huge THANK YOU to Hays’ very own CTE Digital Media teacher, Mr. Donald Davis, for never hesitating in allowing his students to represent our Campus Crime Stoppers program by helping to create these awesome posters each year!

In addition, Hays High School Campus Crime Stoppers was also awarded first place in the 2019 Newsprint Competition for best general newsprint and crime of the week. This is the first time that we have been recognized and awarded in this category!

HHS Campus Crime Stoppers president, Bianca Ramirez, was also recognized for her dedication and commitment to her state level position as a Texas Campus Crime Stoppers Ambassador. She applied for, interviewed, and was selected for this position during her 8th grade year. Along with the Ambassador title came many responsibilities that she has been tasked with over the past four years. This position has taught her leadership and communication skills that she will carry with her well into the future! We are so very proud of all that she has accomplished and look forward to the many great things to come!

All of these are huge State level recognitions, as it represents the many great things happening at Hays High School with both our very talented students and the success of the Campus Crime Stoppers program! A sincere thank you to all who have and continue to support this program!

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Hays High School Campus Crime Stoppers
February 08, 2019

Extremely PROUD to announce that, for the 4th consecutive year, Hays High School Campus Crime Stoppers won first place in this year’s 24rd Annual Texas Campus Crime Stoppers conference poster contest!! The detail and creativeness that was put in to this poster by HHS student graphic designer Vaughn Davis is just what the panel of judges were looking for! We truly appreciate the time spent by Vaughn in creating this! This is a huge State level recognition, as it represents many great things happening at Hays High School with both our very talented students and the success of our Hays Campus Crime Stoppers program! We would like to take the time to send out a huge THANK YOU to Hays’ very own CTE Digital Media teacher, Mr. Donald Davis, for never hesitating in allowing his students to represent our Campus Crime Stoppers program by helping create these awesome posters each year!

 

 

 

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Presentation of Proclamation by Hays County
January 31, 2019

 

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Jan. 24, 2019

 

Commissioners Court Proclaims January as Crime Stoppers Month in Hays County, Urges Citizens to Share Information

 

Hays County Courthouse, San Marcos, TX – The Hays County Commissioners Court Tuesday proclaimed January as Crime Stoppers Month and thanked the Hays County Crime Stoppers organization for their help in solving crimes.

Crime Stoppers programs have empowered citizens in Texas to take a stand against crime and reclaim their sense of safety, bringing together law enforcement agencies, citizens, and the media to solve crimes and catch criminals, according to the proclamation issued by the Court.

“Crime Stoppers has existed for 37 years, and we’ve enjoyed the County’s support the whole time – it’s a very big part of what we do,” Crime Stoppers Board of Directors Chair Rowe Ray told the Court. His words were echoed by Executive Director Don Arledge and Board member Gary Tucker, who also noted that partnering with area law enforcement agencies is also critical to an effective program.

In Texas, Crime Stoppers programs have received 63,000 anonymous tips leading to the arrest of over 3,779 suspects, $1.2 million in rewards paid and over $11 million worth of narcotics seized by law enforcement responding to tips.

Hays County Crime Stoppers to date has facilitated 695 arrests, cleared 831 cases, paid out more than $75,000 for tips, recovered more than $304,000 in property, $12 million in illegal drugs, and recovered more than $12.8 million.

To learn more about Crime Stoppers, including how to submit anonymous tips, visit www.callcrimestoppers.com.

 

Left to right Hays County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Mike Davenport, Capt. Mark Cumberland, Precinct 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, Precinct 1 Commissioner Debbie Gonzales Ingalsbe, Hays County Crime Stoppers Board of Directors Chair Rowe Ray, County Judge Ruben Becerra, Crime Stoppers Executive Director Don Arledge, Board member Gary Tucker, Sheriff Gary Cutler, Precinct 3 Commissioner Lon Shell, and Precinct 4 Commissioner Walt Smith.

 

 

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Revision of Mission Statement
September 17, 2018

We recently revised our Mission Statement to be more concise and readable.  It is : To deter crime, allow anonymous reporting, provide monetary rewards and help our community be a safer place to live.
 
We invite you to check us out.  We are doing great things to make us all safer!


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