City of Palestine announces Thanksgiving ...
The City of Palestine has announced ...
TYLER, May 2, 2013--Thanks to Crime Stoppers tips from the public and suspects surrendering to authorities, the wanted list is now down to five. The wanted suspect list below is current as of May 2, at 12:40 p.m.
1. Brandon Sessions, B/M, 08/07/1979, of Rusk. Arrested 05/01/2013
2. Demarcus Osborn, B/M, 11/12/1989, of Tyler. Unable to Locate
3. Jessica Osborn, B/F, 07/29/1988, of Tyler. Arrested 05/01/2013
4. Kachada Webb, B/F, 09/25/1989, of Tyler. Unable to Locate
5. Michael Hunter, B/M, 01/07/1989, of Tyler. Arrested 05/01/2013
6. Lashundra Harris, B/F, 12/29/1991, of Tyler. Unable to Locate
7. Tevin King, B/M, 01/07/1994, of San Antonio. Unable to Locate
8. Roderick TaylorII, B/M, 05/06/1988, of Tyler. Unable to Locate
9. Derrick Griffith, B/M, 12/13/1993, of Tyler. Arrested 05/01/2013
10. Christopher Pipkins, B/M, 12/10/1988, of Tyler. Arrested 05/01/2013
11. Britani Anderson, B/F, 09/08/1985, of Jacksonville. Arrested 05/02/2013
12. Michael Earl, B/M, 09/30/1989, of Tyler. Arrested 05/02/2013
13. James Miller Jr., B/M, 10/25/1983, of Tyler. Arrested 05/01/2013
14. Kedarius Oliver, B/M, 10/4/1993, of Tyler Arrested
15. Shavonda Jones, B/M, 12/30/1984, of Tyler Arrested
16. Russell Lowrie, B/M, 06/03/1991, of Tyler. Arrested
17. Demarciar Nelson, B/M, 02/09/1989, of Tyler. Arrested
18. Chartyll McCullough, B/F, 02/17/1990, of Tyler. Arrested
19. Kendallyn Adams, B/M, 09/05/1974, of Jacksonville. Arrested
20. Kimberly Stewart, B/F, 07/13/1985, of Tyler. Arrested
21. Desidre Harris, B/F, 05/20/1995, of Tyler. Arrested
TYLER, May 1, 2013--A four month Fraud investigation conducted by investigators of the Tyler Police Department, FBI and other County and local police agencies has led to a numerous suspects being charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity.
Investigators were contacted since January, 2013 by 45 victims who stated that their identity was fraudulently used stemming back to 2012.
The suspects were going on-line and obtaining multiple loans, using the victims’ identities, and have the funds transferred into the suspect’s bank accounts that they had set up. The victims were not aware of the fictitious loans in their names until they were contacted by the loan company for default of payment.
Investigators have identified 21 suspects at this time, who are predominately from Tyler, for their involvement in the fraud scheme. Investigators have obtained arrest warrants on these suspects for Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity, a first degree felony. Bond was set at $750,000 on each suspect.
Anyone with information about the suspects involved in this crime is urged to contact the Tyler Police Department, at 903-531-1000, or Crime Stoppers at 903-597-CUFF (2833). Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest and charges filed against the suspects in this case or any felony case.
© 2017 Tomlinson-Leis Communications L.P.