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Greenwood Cemetery Vandalism

Gregg County Crime Stoppers needs your help in identifying the suspect or suspects responsible for the damage to headstones at the Greenwood Cemetery, located behind Good Shepherd Hospital, at 705 Magrill St., Longview, TX. Gregg County Crime Stoppers will pay a $1,000 reward for information that leads to the identity and arrests of the persons responsible for the damage. The damage occurred sometime between Monday, May 19th, 2014 and Friday, May 24th, 2014. Subjects damaged approximately 88 different headstones throughout the historic cemetery with an estimated damage of around $10,000 as reported by the Greenwood Cemetery Association.
  You can contact Gregg County Crime Stoppers at 903-236-STOP (7867) or go online to http://www.greggcountycrimestoppers.com and give your information. All we need is your information, not your name.

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AJ’s Fast Stop Exxon

Gregg County Crime Stoppers and the Gladewater Police Department need your help in identifying the suspect responsible for committing a Burglary at AJ’s Fast Stop Exxon, 1708 Main St, Gladewater, Texas on August 27th, 2013. On this date, Gladewater Police Department received an alarm call at 1:09 am and arrived at 1:10 am, at which time Officers found the front glass door had been broken out. Upon entering the business, Officers found a large stone lying on the floor that was used to break the glass. When the owner arrived, Officers viewed the video from the security camera system and saw an unknown suspect enter the store, come around the counter and remove a bag from under the counter. The owner determined it was the business’s bank bag that was taken, which contained approximately $1,000.00 in cash. The suspect seen in the video appeared to have had knowledge of where the bank bag was located in the store as he was only in the business a few seconds.
The suspect appears to be a black male wearing black pant, black hoodie with gray sleeves and a black cap with some type of white writing on it. If you have any information on this crime, contact Det. Burrows at Gladewater Police Department at 903-845-2166 or Gregg County Crime Stoppers at 903-236-STOP (7867) or online at http://www.greggcountycrimestoppers.com

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Deadly Conduct

Gregg County Crime Stoppers and Gladewater Police Department need your information concerning two shooting incidents in the Gladewater area. The first occurred after midnight on Monday, April 22nd, 2013 in the 700 block of Canfield St in Gladewater when the resident called police advising that someone had shot at their house with some type of firearm. Officers found four bullet holes in the front of the residence, three of which exited out the back of the house with one bullet being recovered inside the house after striking the door frame. Three people, who were in the house asleep during the shooting, were not injured. A neighbor in the area at the time of the shooting did look out and saw a slender Black Male, approx. 5’ 09” tall wearing a white shirt and white shoes, standing in front of the Canfield residence, shoot approx. four times towards the residence. A second black male was seen close to the area and after the shots were fired, both subjects were seen running towards Walton St in the direction of Tenery St.
  The second incident occurred Monday, May 6th, 2013 after 1:00 am, in the 500 block of Eddy St, in the Gladewater area when the resident called police to report her vehicle being vandalized by gunshots. The witness stated that they heard four or five shots and afterwards had her son go outside to check the vehicles, finding two vehicles had received damage. It was found that one bullet had ricochet off one vehicle and hit the house, but could not be located. One bullet was recovered from one of the vehicles at the location.

  Gladewater Police need your information on who may be responsible for these crimes and ask that if you have information, you can contact Det. David Burrows at Gladewater Police Department, 903-845-2166 or you can contact Gregg County Crime Stoppers at 903-236-STOP (7867) or online at http://www.greggcountycrimestoppers.org to leave a tip.

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Criminal Mischief to Clarksville City Water

Gregg County Crime Stoppers is looking for information on the recent criminal mischief to the Clarksville City fire hydrant which unknown suspects opened, releasing over 300,000 gallons of treated water. On Thursday, August 2nd, 2012, between midnight and 5 am, Clarkesville City Officials believe the hydrant, which is located near 338 Whatley Rd in Clarksville City was opened by the suspects. The suspects opened the hydrant, leaving it open, thereby causing a loss in water pressure to residents as well as making the water system inoperable had a fire occurred in the area. Clarksville City is offering a reward in the amount of $1,500.00 and Gregg County Crime Stoppers will pay $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest of the suspect or suspects responsible for this case.

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Gladewater E Z Mart Robbery

Gregg County Crime Stoppers and the Gladewater Police Department need your help in identifying the suspects responsible for the Aggravated Robbery of the E Z Mart Store in Gladewater Texas on June 10th, 2012. The store, located at 400 W Upshur Ave in Gladewater was robbed by two suspects around 4:30 am. Two black males entered the store and one suspect pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded the clerk open the cash register. Once the clerk opened the register, the second suspect reached over the counter and removed the cash from the register drawer, leaving only the loose change. The suspects demanded the rest of the money, but fled out the door when the clerk advised he could not open the safe. Both suspects were wearing black hoodies, blue jean shorts and blue bandanas over their faces. No vehicles were seen leaving the area.
Gregg County Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1000.00 for information that leads to the arrest of the suspects wanted in this case. You can contact Crime Stoppers at 903-236-STOP (7867) or http://www.greggcountycrimestoppers.com.

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Forgery Suspect

Gregg County Crime Stoppers needs your help in identifying the suspect in this photo who passed a forged check at Regions Bank on January 31st, 2012. The check was stolen out of a vehicle which had been reported stolen to Gregg County Sheriff’s Investigators on February 1, 2012. The suspect reportedly used another individuals ID to cash the check. If you recognize this subject you can contact Gregg County Crime Stoppers at 903-236-STOP (7867) or the Sheriff’s Investigator, Doug Morgan at the 903-236-8408.

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Credit Card Theft from White Oak Texas

Gregg County Crime Stoppers needs your information in identifying the Black Female in this surveillance photo. The suspect was involved in the theft of a credit card from Emmanuel Baptist Church in White Oak, Texas on October 24, 2011. The suspect was accompanied by 2 black males who all entered the church and removed a credit card from the church secretaries’ desk while she was away from her desk. The suspects left the church in a 2010 or 2011 4dr Mitsubishi Outlander with aluminum alloy wheels.
The suspects attempt to use the credit card at the Murphy Gas Station on Estes Pkwy in Longview on the same date around 2:45 pm. The other two suspects are described as being black males, one was about 6 ft. tall, thin build and the second about 5’ 08”, approximately 240 lbs. with shaved head. The second subject did use the credit card to purchase gas and other items from the store.

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Kilgore Aggravated Robbery

On Sunday, 09-04-2011 at 4:18 P.M., The above pictures suspect robbed a 69 year old female of her purse while she was exiting CVS Pharmacy in Kilgore, Texas.  The victim was thrown to the ground during the process of the suspect taking her purse.  If you have information as to the identity of the pictured suspect or information concerning the crime, please contact:
Detective David Falco 903-983-1559
Or
Gregg County Crime Stoppers 903-236-STOP

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Criminal Mischief to Alpine Golf Course

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Gregg County Crime Stoppers seeks information on the actors responsible for the damage done to some of the putting greens and equipment at Alpine Golf Course located off Alpine Rd during the early morning hours of April 5th, 2011 between 1:00 am and 8:00 am. Actors cut the cable securing two golf carts and then proceeded to run over benches, signs, tee box posts and trash cans with the golf carts. Damage was done to some of the putting greens when benches where pushed or dragged across the greens, causing large ruts. One golf cart was later found parked at the edge of the pond on the course and the other on a right of way just off Hollybrook Dr and Loop 281. Alpine Golf Course Officials estimated damages at approximately $5,000 dollars according to Lt William Drennan, Crime Stoppers coordinator.
Anyone with information that leads to the arrest of the actors responsible for this damage is asked to contact the Gregg County Sheriff’s Office at 903-236-8408 or Crime Stoppers at 903-236-STOP.

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Fat Dog Beverages Burglary

Gregg County Crime Stoppers and the Gregg County Sheriff’s Office are seeking information on a burglary which occurred at Fat Dog Beverages located at 6731 W Hwy 31, Kilgore, Tx, on Saturday, February 19th, 2011 around 10:20 pm. Gregg County Deputies responded to an alarm call at this location and upon arrival found the front glass door had been broken out. Officers checked the store, but no suspects could be located, but deputies found where the suspects had taken cigarettes from behind the counter. Upon arrival of the store manager, it was determined that approximately $70 in rolled coins and several cartons of cigarettes were taken.
Upon examination of the video, the suspects are seen driving up to the door in a late 90’s early 2000 white 4dr Cadillac with one suspect exiting the right rear door, walking up to the door and striking the glass door with an unknown tool. The suspects are seen driving away and after a few minutes, drive back around and two suspects exit the right side of the vehicle and enter the store. Once inside, both subjects begin filling black plastic trash bags with cigarettes. The suspect then exit the store through the broken door and are seen walking away from the business.
  The first suspect is black male wearing blue jeans, a white T-shirt under a blue & white plaid shirt, blue ball cap and tennis shoes. The second suspect is a black male wearing blue jeans, a dark leather jacket, ball cap and white tennis shoes. Anyone with information on these suspects is encouraged to contact Gregg County Sheriff’s Investigators at 903-236-8408 or Crime Stoppers at 903-236-STOP (7867) , Lt William Drennan
  Gregg County Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest of suspects involved in this case.

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Kilgore College Theft

The Kilgore College Police Department is seeking information regarding the theft of approximately $3,000 worth of grounds equipment. The equipment was stolen from the main college campus in Kilgore sometime between November 1st 2010 and February 1st 2011. The stolen equipment includes Stihl brand chainsaws, line trimmers, edgers, hedge trimmers, leaf blowers, mowers, and sprayers. Anyone with any information is requested to contact Gregg County Crime Stoppers at (903) 236-STOP (7867) or contact Chief Pessink at the Kilgore College Police Department by calling (903) 983-8650.

Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest or indictment of the person or persons responsible for this theft.

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Copper Thieves cause Damage

Gregg County Crime Stoppers is seeking information on the actor or actors responsible for damage to a fiber optic cable located in the area of FM 2087 near the railroad crossing. On Friday, February 18th, 2011, a technician with Verizon found the damage after an alarm sound on their system around 10:30 am that morning. The technician responded to the location and found where the actor or actors had cut and pulled approximately 360 ft. of fiber optic cable from the ground and then left it lying. The actors did enter an underground station box near the location to help facilitate the act.

Gregg County Sheriff’s Investigators believe the actors were attempting to steal copper wire and believed the cable was made of copper, but after pulling the cable, found it to be fiber optic and just left it on the ground. The value of damage to the cable was estimated at $60,000.00, however the loss of revenue to the company from the damage was estimated at over $1,000,000.00 (one million dollars).

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Stolen Electrical Motors

Gregg County Crime Stoppers needs your information concerning the theft of approximatley 30 electrical motors used in the oil field to operate pumpjacks. Between January 9th and January 11th, 2011, these motors have been taken from well sites located in the area of Hwy 42 south of White Oak Texas. Investigators believe the suspects are using some type of dually truck to ahul the motors from the area due to the weight of each motor. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of subjects responsible.

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The McCoy Case 001-002-99

On September 12th, 1999, around 3:00 am on Sunday morning, a shooting occurred at a location off Callahan Rd and Lucy Rd known as the Hog Pen. This area was frequented by young people for its dance contest. The victim, Damarcus McCoy had been at the location with several friends when a fight broke out and people started to run from the area back to their vehicles. Damarcus McCoy and a friend got to the parking lot near their vehicle when several shots were fired. One shot struck Damarcus McCoy in the head and he fell to the ground. Friends with Damarcus put him in their car and rushed him to Good Shepherd Hospital where he was later pronounced dead. Investigators interviewed numerous witnesses about this case, but have been unable to determine the identity of the shooter.

Gregg County Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest of suspect or suspects responsible for this crime.

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The Hudgins Case 0900-043-81

Gregg County Crime Stoppers is seeking information concerning a Homicide Case in 1981. On October 17th, 1981, Kilgore Fire Department was dispatched to a house fire at the Clarence Hudgins res.; which was located off Hwy 135, north of the Kilgore City Limits in Gregg County. Upon arrival, fire fighters found the body of Clarence Hudgins lying outside the residence. Clarence Hudgins had died from gunshot wounds to the upper body. Suspects had apparently started a fire outside the residence and when Clarence Hudgins exited the house, he was mortally wounded by unknown gunman.
Sheriff’s Investigators, Kilgore Police Detectives and the Texas Ranger initiated an investigation into the murder of Clarence Hudgins, following several investigative leads; however the case was not solved and remains unsolved to date. Clarence Hudgins at the time of his death was a Kilgore Businessman and owner of Kilgore Sandblasting and Painting Company.

Gregg County Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest of suspect or suspects responsible for this crime.

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