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Texoma's Most Wanted

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WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

WICHITA FALLS CRIME STOPPERS, INC. TEXOMA'S MOST WANTED PROGRAM

These individuals are wanted as of 08-05-2016

Billy Michael Glasgow
White Male
DOB:  11-18-88  Bro/Bro
278 Lbs. / 5’06” Tall
Wanted For:  Violation of Probation - Robbery

Shantele Renee Alexander
Black Female
DOB:  04-01-95  Blk/Bro
130 Lbs. / 5’07” Tall
Wanted For:  Surety Off Bond  - Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle

Jennifer Ann Medellin
White Female
DOB: 11-21-80  Red/Bro
170 Lbs. / 5’08” Tall
Wanted For:  Burglary of a Building

Ricardo Lucio Silva
Hispanic Male
DOB: 10-10-73  Blk/Bro
210 Lbs. / 5’11” Tall
Wanted For:  Bond Revocation - Possession of Controlled Substance

Manuel Olivas Hinojosa
Hispanic Male
DOB: 09-09-85  Blk/Bro
125 Lbs. / 5’03” Tall
Wanted For:  Burglary of  Habitation

 

IMPORTANT: These fugitives should be considered dangerous and possibly armed. Never attempt to apprehend these subjects yourself. Always contact the authorities. 

If you have any information on the location of any of these fugitives, please call Crime Stoppers. You can call them 24 hours a day at 940-322-9899. If you are calling from outside the Wichita Falls area, use 1-800-322-9888. If you have a Sprint phone, you can call toll-free by dialing #888.

You can also submit tips on the Texas Most Wanted Facebook page.

You do not need to give your name or other personal information to submit tips. If your tip leads to the arrest of a fugitive, you could earn a cash reward.

Crime Stoppers: citizens, police, and the media working together to make our community a safer place.

Together we can make a difference.

Copyright 2016  KAUZ News All Rights Reserved 

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