Fitness Center Bandit - Stealing Wallets and using Stolen Credit/Debit Cards
April 22, 2020

STATUS: OPEN

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is seeking assistance from the public in identifying a white male suspect who is believed to be responsible for several thefts of wallets at local fitness centers in Williamson County over the past few months.  The same suspect is also suspected to have used credit/debit cards taken from the stolen wallets at area merchants.

 

The suspect is believed to be associated with a silver 2010 Lexus RX.

 

If you have any information on this suspect – CRIME STOPPERS NEEDS YOUR HELP!

 

If your Tip does lead to an arrest you may qualify for a CASH REWARD. All Tips remain completely confidential.

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Stolen RV - Jarrell, Texas
April 21, 2020

STATUS: OPEN

Hey Crime Stoppers, Jarrell PD needs your help!!

 

At approximately 10:30pm on Sunday, April 19, 2020, an unknown suspect backed a big Ford truck up to an RV trailer parked at a storage lot in the 12000 block of N IH35 in Jarrell, Texas.  The suspect hooked the truck up to a 2019 Keystone-Springdale Camper trailer and removed it from the lot.

 

Video obtained indicates the suspect to be a lone male driving a White, Ford F350 Dully Pickup - with running lights on top of the cab.

 

If you have any information on this crime and know who the suspect is or where the stolen RV may be located, submitting a Crime Stoppers tip could earn you a cash reward from Crime Stoppers!!


Jarrell PD Facebook Post
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Criminal Mischief - Fence Cutting
April 21, 2020

STATUS: OPEN

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office need your help!

Williamson County Livestock Deputies and the Criminal Investigation Division are investigating a series of criminal mischief incidents where barbed wire fencing is being cut by unknown persons from pastureland along various roadways in Williamson County.  These incidents have been reported from November 2019 through April 2020 and include reporting from the following areas: 

 

Along E SH 29, Georgetown, TX

Along CR 126, Georgetown, TX

Along CR 121, Georgetown, TX

Along CR 120, Weir, TX

Along CR 101, Hutto, TX

Along CR 131, Hutto, TX

 

In one incident, a witness reported observing a small 4dr sedan, possibly blue, parked alongside the fence with a male subject standing near the fence.  Before the witness could respond to the area, the subject re-entered the passenger side of the vehicle which reportedly left the area in a hurry.

 

If you have any information on who may be committing these crimes, please send a tip to the Williamson Crime Stoppers P3 application or to Crime Stoppers website:  http://www.wilcocrimestoppers.org/sitemenu.aspx?ID=316&

 

The information you provide could earn you a cash reward!!

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BBQ Pit Theft Suspect
April 14, 2020

On February 10, 2020, The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office was contacted in reference to the theft of two Barbecue pits stolen from behind a business off Sunrise Rd in Round Rock. 
A camera in the area spotted a white male around the time of the theft tampering with cameras.
If you know the identity of this man, submitting a tip to Crime Stoppers could earn you a cash reward!
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Bicycle Theft - Teravista Neighborhood
April 08, 2020

STATUS: OPEN

Crime Stoppers and the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office need your help in identifying one or both of the pictured individuals.  At approximately 5:30pm on Friday, March 27, 2020, home security cameras along Hidden Spring Path, Round Rock, TX (Teravista Subdivision) recorded 2 young males walking down the street towards the victim’s house. The pair split up and the male in the dark ski cap immediately walked over to the bike, hopped on and rode off while the cohort in the red shirt acted as a lookout.  As both these subjects were originally on foot when first observed, it would appear they live in or very near the neighborhood.

 

The stolen bike is a Mongoose L20 Freestyle BMX, black in color with blue lettering. 

These two are also responsible for the theft of a

 

If you know the identity of either one or both of these subjects, submitting a tip to Crime Stoppers Tip could earn you a cash reward!!!

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Agg Robbery - Round Rock PD
March 27, 2020

STATUS: OPEN

Hey Community......Crime Stoppers Needs Your Help!!

 

An employee of a Round Rock Pharmacy was accosted at gunpoint early this morning by the person pictured who demanded prescription drugs - then fled the area.

 

If you know who this person is, submitting a tip could earn you a Crime Stoppers Cash Reward!!

 

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Suspect in Burglary of Building - IN CUSTODY!
March 19, 2020

STATUS: IN CUSTODY

Greatly appreciate all the Crime Stoppers support in getting this suspect identified.  The subject was recently arrested by LE on the outstanding warrants issued in a Travis County case as well as the warrants issued for this crime.

 

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in identifying the below suspect who burglarized a convenience store in Coupland, Texas in the early morning hours of Wednesday, March 18, 2020.  The suspect is believed to be a black male, 30-35 YOA, 130-140 pounds.

 

CRIME STOPPERS NEEDS YOUR HELP!!

If you know who this person is or any other person(s) that were involved in this crime, submitting a tip to Crime Stoppers could earn you a CASH REWARD!!  To send a tip to Crime Stoppers, call the Hotline 1-800-253-7867, submit a tip online to www.wilcocrimetips.org, or download the P3tips mobile app (available from your app store).

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Rash of Vehicle Burgs in Cedar Park Subdivisions
March 03, 2020

STATUS: OPEN
In the late evening hours of 3/2/2020 till the early morning hours of 03/03/2020, the Cedar Park PD received reports of 27 Burg of Motor Vehicles (BMVs) within the Buttercup Creek Subdivision in Cedar Park, TX. Williamson County also experienced a number of possibly related BMVs occurring in the Williamson County SO jurisdiction in the nearby Subdivisions of Siena and Lakeline Oaks.
 
Witnesses reported two or three suspects as possible actors.  At this time there is home surveillance footage of one male suspect.
 
CRIME STOPPERS NEEDS YOUR HELP!!
If you know who this person is or any other person(s) that were involved in these crimes, submitting a tip to Crime Stoppers could earn you a CASH REWARD! 
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Suspects in Numerous Business Burglaries
February 25, 2020

STATUS: OPEN
On 02/08/2020, the three suspects pictured below (dressed in dark clothing) burglarized multiple businesses in Round Rock and Austin. The suspects are associated with a white Jeep Cherokee (2015-2020). If you have any information pertaining to these suspects Crime Stoppers Needs Your Help!
 
Information you provide that would help law enforcement investigators in these cases could earn you a CASH REWARD!!
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Unknown WF - Porch Package Theif
December 13, 2019

STATUS: OPEN
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office needs assistance in identifying the pictured white female, believed to be between 30-35 years of age, involved in stealing packages from porches in the local area.
 
The Williamson County Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to $2,000.00 for the first, most accurate tip called in or sent directly to CRIME STOPPERS that leads to an arrest in a posted Crime Stoppers item or helps to solve any crimes!
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Credit Card Abuse - Who is this female?
December 13, 2019

STATUS: OPEN
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office needs assistance in identifying the pictured white female, believed to be between 35-40 years of age, involved in using stolen credit cards at several retail stores in the local area.
 
The Williamson County Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to $2,000.00 for the first, most accurate tip called in or sent directly to CRIME STOPPERS that leads to an arrest in a posted Crime Stoppers item or helps to solve any crimes!
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Theft Investigation - Who is this person?
December 13, 2019

STATUS: OPEN
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office needs assistance in identifying the pictured white female, believed to be between 16-18 of age, involved in a theft case at a Convenience store on N 620, Round Rock, TX.
 
The Williamson County Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to $2,000.00 for the first, most accurate tip called in or sent directly to CRIME STOPPERS that leads to an arrest in a posted Crime Stoppers item or helps to solve any crimes!
 
 
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Aggravated Robbery
November 23, 2019

Georgetown police are searching for an aggravated robbery suspect accused of tying up a couple and stealing valuables from their home.  If you have any information that could help identify or locate this suspect, please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-253-7867, or online at www.wilcocrimetips.org or with our mobile app P3Tips.  If your Tip leads to an arrest you may qualify for a reward of up to $2,000.  All tips remain completely confidential.

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"Bank Jugging" Incident
November 23, 2019

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help to idencity the suspects who were involved in a "bank jugging" incident on September 14th  in Jarrell.   “Bank jugging” is when a suspect watches someone withdraw a large sum of money from a bank or ATM, then follows them to separate location and steals the cash.  The victims were followed from a bank in New Braunfels to Jarrell.

 

Suspect 1: B/M with dreadlocks and earrings in both ears.

Suspect 2: Wearing a white hat, black long sleeve shirt with colored graphics and dark pants.

 

If you have any information that may help identify him, please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-253-7867, or online at www.wilcocrimetips.org or with our mobile app P3Tips.  If your Tip leads to an arrest you may qualify for a reward of up to $2,000.  All tips remain completely confidential.

View the attached video:

https://www.facebook.com/SheriffChody/videos/463775577583886/

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ARRESTED - Wanted Person - Fraud/Theft
October 01, 2019

STATUS: APPREHENDED
THIS SUBJECT HAS BEEN APPREHENDED THRU THE DILLIGENT WORK OF DETECTIVES WITH THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY SO-CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION.

 

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in locating PATRICK ABRAHAM DIAZ, WM, DOB 05-20-1987.  There are currently active Williamson County SO warrants on DIAZ for theft.

 

DIAZ has a recent history of defrauding victims as a “handy man” – and often operates under the business name of “QUALITY PAINT & REMODELING”.  It is believed that he has recently begun using an alias name of PATRICK CRUZ in his business ventures, likely in an effort to set himself apart from any prior dealings under his real name PATRICK DIAZ.  DIAZ is also known to use the alias names of ABRAHAM DIAZ and the street name of  “KRAZYP”

 

DIAZ has previously resided in the communities of Georgetown, Elgin, Round Rock, Austin and Kyle.  It is believed that his most recent residence has been in the community of Manor.

 

If you have any information on the current whereabouts of PATRICK ABRAHAM DIAZ please send a tip in to CRIMESTOPPERS!!  The first most accurate tip that results in the arrest of this fugitive could earn you a cash reward up to $2,000.00.  YOU SHOULD NEVER ATTEMPT TO ARREST A FUGITIVE YOURSELF.

 

Submit your  Tip to 1-800-253-7867, or on line at www.wilcocrimetips.org, or with our mobile app P3Tips.

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Assault-Deadly Weapon - Georgetown PD
August 28, 2019

Crime Stoppers Needs Your Help!

On 07/22/2019 at approximately 1:07 a.m., Georgetown Police responded to a victim of a gunshot wound in the 3500 block of E. University Ave in Georgetown, Texas.  The victim and her children were traveling in their vehicle heading westbound on E. University Ave from Toll Road 130 when she was struck by a bullet that came through the passenger side front door of the vehicle.  Georgetown Police is requesting anyone with information about this crime or who may be involved to contact Crime Stoppers. 

The information you provide could earn you a reward up to $2000.00!!



15th ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF KATARA JOHNSON
August 27, 2019

WE NEED YOUR HELP

 

If you have any information that could help solve this crime, no matter how insignificant it may seem to you, please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-253-7867 or on line at www.wilcocrimetips.org or over our mobile app P3Ti[ps. You could receive a reward of up to $11,000. All tips are completely confidential. No one will ever know your identity.

 

Please help this family find closure and bring the suspect to justice.

 

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Business Burglaries - Unique Entry
April 02, 2019

Leander PD needs your help!
Back in the fall of 2018, a jewelry store and a pawn shop in Leander, Texas were burglarized by unknown suspects using grinders and saws to make entry into the businesses. 
 
Once inside, the suspects used heavy tools to break into floor safes.  The only items taken were jewelry.
 
Both of these events were intensive methods of entry and would have drawn attention to anyone in the area.
 
If you have any information that could help solve these crimes, Crime Stoppers needs your help.
 
Click the "Submit a Tip" button and enter what you know.  Even the slightest information would be helpful.
 
The information you provide could return a reward of up to $2,000.00!! 


Burglary of Vehciles - Vista Oaks Subdivision
March 20, 2019

Crime Stoppers Needs your help!!
Earlier this morning, March 20, 2019, the Williamson County Sheriff's Office responded to numerous calls and reports from citizens in the Vista Oaks Subdivision, Round Rock, Texas reporting their cars had been burglarized.
 
Items stolen included several weapons and personal items.
 
From the initial reporting, there were several actors involved in these incidents and all appear to be young males - 16-20YOA.
 
If you have ANY INFORMATION as to who may be responsible for these crimes, please submit a tip to Crime Stoppers.  The information you provide could lead to a cash reward up to $2000.00.
 


WCSO - Criminal Mischief Incident - Brushy Creek MUD
January 29, 2019

In the afternoon of January 8, 2019, an unidentified WM teenager is believed to be responsible for setting a fire inside the men's restroom at the Brushy Creek MUD Pavilion causing considerable damage.
 
If you know the identity of this person, it could earn you a reward up to $2000.00
 
 
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