If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at or submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1000 and you can remain anonymous. 

Homicide Windmill Farms, Forney, Texas (2015/11/28)

On Saturday, November 28, 2015, at approximately 1100 hours Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch received a concern for welfare call in the 3200 block of Clear Springs in Windmill Farms, Forney, Texas.  The caller advised that a male looked to be asleep in his front doorway and the door was open.  Upon arrival Deputies discovered the Victim, George Moss of Forney, laying in his doorway with a gunshot wound.  Moss was pronounced deceased on scene.  This case has been classified as a Homicide and the investigation is ongoing. 

 



Burglary of Building (Exxon)-Terrell PD (2015/11/20)

On Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at approximately 0421 hours, Officers responded to Diba Food Mart (Exxon), 311 E Interstate 20 in Terrell, in reference to a delayed burglary and spoke with the complainant. Surveillance video shows at approximately 2:55am, three black males drive up and exit what appears to be a black Nissan Altima and carrying a pry bar. They pried open the front door of the business and enter the building, taking the money out of the cash register. 

 

If anyone has any information in reference to the identify of the suspects, You can call Sgt. J Whitworth at The Terrell Police Department, 972 551-6622 Ext 281 (Reference15-031831) or by calling Kaufman County Crime Stoppers.   

 

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Burglary of Building-Terrell PD (2015/11/10)

On Friday 11/06/2015 The Terrell Police Department responded to the 1300 Block of S Rockwall in reference to a delayed burglary. The victim reported that the house is only used for storage so they have not been there in two weeks. When they arrived at the house they noticed the front door was unlocked and the back door had been forced open. They also discovered a drum set along with several other items missing. The missing items are listed below. 

1 D2 drum set with the following drums:

- 12" Rack Tom drum

- 14" Rack Tom drum

- 18" Rack Tom drum

- 14" Snare drum

1 wood grain colored microwave, unknown make

1 A/C window unit, possible Hisense brand

1 small self propelled gray lawn mower, unknown brand

1 Ridgid brand 3-1/2" clipped head framing nailer

 

If you have any information on this case you can contact the Kaufman County Crime Stoppers Hotline at 877 TIPSKCC (847-7522) or:   

Detective Sgt. Whitworth

Terrell Police Department

jwhitworth@cityofterrell.org

972-551-6622 x 281

Case# 15-030922

 

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Stolen Vehicle from Chili's in Forney (2015/11/07)

On Saturday, November 7th, 2015, Forney Police Officers responded to a call in regards to a car being stolen from Chili’s Restaurant in Forney off US Hwy 80. The call came in around 7:30 pm. The car was running and sitting outside the To-Go door of Chili’s and two small children were in the back seat of the vehicle when it was taken. It is believed at this time that the person(s) that stole the vehicle were not aware of the children in the back seat at the time. The children were later discovered at Schlotzsky’s in Terrell on Hwy 34 at just past 8:00 pm. The vehicle was discovered sitting in the Starbuck’s parking lot down the street unoccupied and still running at around 8:15 pm. After making contact and interviewing persons involved, it is believed that no contact, verbal or physical, was made with the children. It’s also believed that whoever took the car, after discovering the children in the back seat, left the vehicle at Starbuck’s and departed on foot. The children got out of the vehicle and were discovered walking down the street.

 

If anyone has any additional information about this or any other incident, please contact the Forney Police Criminal Investigations Department at 972-564-7600. You can also leave information anonymously at Kaufman County Crime Stoppers at 1-877-847-7522 and if that information leads to an arrest, a reward could be granted to the caller.

 

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Detective M. Clay
Criminal Investigations
Forney Police Department
972-564-7628



 



Forgery Financial Instrument Suspect-Terrell PD (2015/11/03)

The Terrell Police Department needs your help in identifying this subject. He passed a total of 3 counterfeit $100.00 bills at different stores at Tanger Outlet Mall. There is no suspect vehicle description at this time. Case 15-027755 & 15-027744. 

If anyone has information regarding this suspect or suspect vehicle, please contact Detective R. Birkett at (972)551-6622 ext. 274 or by e-mail at rbirkett@cityofterrell.org.
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Burglary-Cassity Jones Lunber-Terrell PD (2015/10/23)

The Terrell Police Department is seeking information on a burglary that occurred at Cassity Jones Lumber located, 501 Apache Trail on Thursday October 8, 2015 around 12:30 AM.

The fence on the eastside of the business was cut and five pallets of shingles were taken from the back lumberyard. The value of the shingles was $19,200. A U-Haul box truck was caught on surveillance video leaving the lumberyard at 1:16 AM.

If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call text or email Kaufman County Crime Stoppers. If you prefer to contact the police, you can at the number listed below:

Case #: 2015-028355

Detective Sgt. Whitworth

Terrell Police Department

972 551-6622 x281

 



Robbery-Terrell PD (2015/10/21)

The Terrell Police Department is seeking information on a Robbery that occurred on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at approximately 8:44 PM. The Subway Sandwich shop located at 1880 West Moore Avenue was robbed by a white or possibly Hispanic male approximately 6` 1" in his late forties with salt and pepper hair, and light facial hair, wearing a fluorescent yellow or green shirt with camo shorts.

 If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call text or email Kaufman County Crime Stoppers.  If you prefer to contact the police, you can at the number(s) listed below: 

Case# 15-028381

Sgt Detective Whitworth

Terrell Police Department

972-551-6622 x 281

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Crandall Pharmacy (2015/08/28)

On the morning of 08/28/2015 around 2:30am, two black males threw a brick through the Crandall Pharmacy door and only took 3 prescription pill bottles. Nothing else was disturbed. It appears the males have gloves on and some sort of bandanas over their face. The best description at this time is as follows: estimate of 6`02"/6`03", estimate of about 190 pounds, solid white shirt that seemed to big for the suspect, black or dark colored shorts, white/black what appears to be Air Jordan shoes, dark colored bandana or covering over his face, and red, white, and blue hat that looks like it is turned inside out. The second male is about 5`06"/5`07", estimate of about 175 pounds, dark blue colored hooded coat or jacket, what appears to be grey sweat pants, black shoes, and a brown tobagan. Although the photographs are not of great clarity, we are working to have them enhanced to possibly get more descriptors. I am attaching the photographs in hopes that someone might recognize the suspects by clothing or any thing that might catch your eye. This will also be posted on the Kaufman County Crime Stoppers website and is subject to a reward if the suspects are arrested or leads to a Grand Jury indictment. I want to thank everyone for their time in looking at this. To contact Kaufman County Crime Stoppers, contact 877-847-7522 or you can text TIPLINE plus your message to 274637.
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Stolen UTV-Terrell PD (2015/06/05)

Sometime between Friday night 05/29/2015 and Saturday morning 05/30/2015, someone stole a UTV from REMAX Realtors located at 113 N Frances in Terrell. One thing that is unique on the UTV is that it is a diesel. It also has the winch controls mounted to the left of the steering wheel on the dash. The windshield is a fold-down type and it has a receiver hitch on the front and rear, The UTV is also equipped with a lift kit.  

 

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Theft at Kaufman Wal-Mart (2015/05/28)

PERSON / VEHICLE OF INTEREST

On Thursday, May 28, 2015, Kaufman Police Officers responded to Wal-Mart, in reference to a theft.  Officers arrived and met with employees who observed a black male, with tattoos on his neck, and wearing a Wal-Mart vest, enter the store with an empty shopping cart.  Employees reported that the subject later exited the store with two shopping carts filled with six (6) computers that still had the security devices attached.  The subject loaded the computers into a black Ford Crown Victoria with dark tinted windows, and left the location. 

The same subject returned to Wal-Mart in Kaufman on Tuesday, June 30, 2015, and attempted to steal two (2) additional computers.  The subject was confronted by employees and the subject left the location in the same black Ford Crown Victoria.

Kaufman Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000.00 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of the suspect(s) who committed this crime.  If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call text or email Kaufman County Crime Stoppers.  If you prefer to contact the police, you can at the number(s) listed below: 

           

Kaufman Police Department

Detective J. Stastny

972-932-3094

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Theft at Brookshire in Kaufman (2015/04/30)

On Thursday, April 30, 2015, Kaufman Police Officers were dispatched to Brookshire’s in reference to a theft.  Employees advised that an unknown black male, wearing light colored clothing and a light colored hat, had asked for change for multiple amounts of change, confusing the cashier and leaving with an extra $350.00.  The subject left in an unknown, dark colored vehicle.

Kaufman Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000.00 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of the suspect(s) who committed this crime.  If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call text or email Kaufman County Crime Stoppers. 

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Criminal Mischief-Ben Gil Park-Terrell PD (2015/04/30)

Sometime between Tuesday April 28 at 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday April 29 at 8:00 A.M. an unknown subject damaged the wooden partitions around the toilet in the men`s restroom and broke the overhead light fixture. This is a public restroom located in Ben Gil Park near the public pool. The cost to repair the damage is $250.00. It is believed the damage was done by juveniles hanging around the park after dark.

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Safe Located on CR 131 (2015/04/28)

 

Unknown Make, Model,  safe located on County Road 131. The doors appears to be removed off with cutting torch. No theft or Burglary Reports with safe matching at this time.

Kaufman Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000.00 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of the suspect(s) who committed this crime.  If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call text or email Kaufman County Crime Stoppers. 

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Dogs Dumped at CR 4027 in Becker Community (2015/04/17)

 

Unknown Person or Persons dumped approximately 40 small dogs and pups on CR 4027 between the Becker Community Center and the end of the road where it dead ends into the old white house on the hill.

Kaufman Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000.00 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of the suspect(s) who committed this crime.  If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call text or email Kaufman County Crime Stoppers. 

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TVCC Theft Suspect-Terrell PD (2015/04/17)

On Tuesday April 14, 2015 at approximately 1400 hours, a white male entered several offices at Trinity Valley Community College and stole ten text books valued at 2,312.50. The suspect was balding and wore glasses. He had a thin beard and mustache. He was carrying a black Under Armour brand backpack on his back slung over his shoulders. He was also wearing blue jeans, blue tennis shoes and a light green pull over polo style shirt.

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Trailer Theft (2015/04/09)

Suspect vehicle in trailer theft at BTA Self Storage located at 15504 State Highway 205, Terrell, Tx. The suspect took an 18 foot flatbed trailer on 4/9/2015 report #2105-01483. The suspect vehicle is a black Dodge Ram 1500 single cab with damage to passenger side cab/door.
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Theft of Copper-Terrell PD (2015/04/06)

Sometime between Thursday April 2nd at 9:00pm and Friday April 3rd at 9:30am, someone with knowledge of electrical wiring removed over 1,600 feet of coated, 350 gauge copper wire. The wire ran from the terminal on the electrical pole to the main power grid boxes of the various businesses on Sam Walton Way. The estimated loss of the wire alone is $12,000. The wire taken was five 200-foot and six 100-foot long pieces of wire.



Wal-Mart Burglarized in Kemp, Texas (2015/03/27)

On Friday March 27, 2015 two subjects driving a 2002 Gold Nissan Pathfinder Burglarized the Kemp, Texas Wal-Mart. The suspects broke in the Wal-Mart about 12:55 a.m. The same vehicle can be seen driving through the Wal-Mart parking lot on March 24,25, and 26 then braking in on the 27th taking a undetermined amount of money.

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Criminal Mischief (2015/03/09)

On Monday, March 9, 2015 at approximately 0801 hours, Kaufman Police Officers were dispatched to 2217 South Washington Street, Parker-Ashworth Funeral Home in reference to criminal mischief.  An unknown person in a white, newer model, Ford “Crew Cab” pickup; and another unknown person, in a dark colored, older model, Ford “Crew Cab” pickup, drove across the landscaped property of Parker-Ashworth Funeral Home, causing approximately $3,000.00 in damages. 

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Wal-Mart Kaufman Theft (2015/02/27)

On Friday, February 27, 2015 at approximately 2124 hours, the above unknown white male entered the Wal-Mart Store in Kaufman.  The subject was observed on camera, in the electronics department, breaking mounting brackets and removing a Samsung Tab S tablet.  The subject also attempted to remove a Microsoft Surface 2 tablet, damaging it heavily.  The subject left the location with the stolen Samsung tablet, entering into the passenger seat of the above vehicle.  The vehicle is believed to be a gray / silver Chevrolet Silverado extended cab pickup with aftermarket chrome wheels.

Kaufman Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000.00 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of the suspect(s) who committed this crime.  If you have information and would prefer to remain anonymous, please call text or email Kaufman County Crime Stoppers.  If you prefer to contact the police you can at the numbers listed below: 

           

Kaufman Police Department

Detective J. Stastny

972-932-3094

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