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Attorney General Paxton’s Law Enforcement Round-Up: January 16–31, 2023
Austin, TX
More Today's News:
ߦ   Coast Guard suspends search for missing swimmer in Surfside
ߦ   Crosby Man Sentenced to 45 Years for Huffman-area Murder
ߦ   Death Notice - Retired Sergeant Thomas M. Ray Jr. - Retired 1980
ߦ   Driver in deadly Brownsville car crash charged with manslaughter in incident outside migrant shelter
ߦ   Foreign National Extradited to the United States for Kidnapping and Assaulting U.S. Army Soldiers in Colombia
ߦ   Fort Worth cracks down on boarding homes
ߦ   Fort Worth’s Gun Unit targets shootings with new approach
ߦ   Fugitive of the Week: Richard Roberts
ߦ   Houston Man Who Killed Two, Injured Third Sentenced to 49 Years in Prison
ߦ   Investigators examine ideology of Texas gunman
ߦ   Jury Convicts Four Leaders of the Proud Boys of Seditious Conspiracy Related to U.S. Capitol Breach
ߦ   Paxton Announces Investigation into Dell Children’s Medical Center for the Potentially Illegal Performance of Gender Transitioning Procedures
ߦ   Statement From Attorney General Ken Paxton on Recent Violence at Texas State Capitol
ߦ   Coast Guard medevacs crew member from fishing vessel 12 miles off Freeport
ߦ   Death in Custody at Travis County Jail Central Booking Facility
ߦ   Death Notice - Retired SPO Arnoldo F. Alanis - Retired 2004
ߦ   Fort Bend County Announces New Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Manager
ߦ   Friendswood Police Activity Report
ߦ   Fugitive of the Week
ߦ   Houston Man Sentenced to 45 years in Prison for Killing Innocent Bystander in Third Ward Bar Shooting

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In Williamson County, Andres Sanchez was arrested on January 25 for two counts of possession of child pornography. The arrest was made while working with the Williamson County Task Force Officers, and the case was received as a National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (“NCMEC”) CyberTipline report.  


In Williamson County, William Masterson was arrested on January 18 for five counts of possession of child pornography. The arrest was made while working with the Williamson County Constable Pct. 3, and the case was received as a NCMEC CyberTipline report.  




In Smith County, from January 23 through January 26, the OAG Human Trafficking Unit and the OAG Fugitive Apprehension Unit participated in a proactive online solicitation operation in Tyler. The operation resulted in the arrest of Jose Ernesto Hernandez of Tyler, Delano Roosevelt Phelps of Tyler, Matthew Blake Organ of Whitehouse, James David Amos II of Flint, Lobo Monterrey of Jacksonville, and Charles Alexander McLarty of Flint. All individuals were arrested and charged with solicitation of prostitution of a person under the age of 18.  




In Rockwall County, Richard Derek Wortham was arrested on January 26 in a case investigated by the Special Crimes Unit. Wortham was previously indicted on one count of misapplication of fiduciary property valued at over $300,000, as well as theft of property valued at over $300,000.  




In Bexar County, Randy Ramirez was arrested on January 27 for violating the terms of his parole by testing positive for narcotics on a urinalysis. Ramirez was previously convicted of aggravated possession of a controlled substance, cocaine, and sentenced to 35 years in prison.  


In Bexar County, Seth Ronterio Little, a confirmed gang member, was arrested on January 26 on outstanding warrants for four counts of aggravated robbery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and theft. The arrest was made while working with the United States Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force out of San Antonio. 


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