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REWARD INCREASED UP TO $10,000 for information on protesters who used construction debris to assault officer
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For Immediate Release: August 7, 2020

 

Crime Stoppers of Houston, in partnership with the Houston Police Officer's Union, is announcing an increased reward of up to $10,000 for information in this case. The reward previously was up to $5,000.

 

Crime Stoppers and the Houston Police Department’s Major Offenders Division need the public's assistance identifying the suspects responsible for an Aggravated Assault – (Deadly Weapon) Against a Peace Officer.  

 

On Friday, May 29, 2020, at approximately 9:54 p.m., the suspects assaulted a Police Officer in the 1400 block of Congress Street in Houston, Texas. During the incident, the suspects threw construction debris (rocks, concrete, and wood) at Police Officers during a protest. The suspects were recorded by the Officer’s body worn cameras throwing the debris. The thrown debris caused serious injury to one Officer and injured others (which included civilian bystanders). 

 

Crime Stoppers may pay up to $10,000 for information leading to the identification, charging and/or arrest of the suspects in this case. Information may be reported by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), submitted online at www.crime-stoppers.org or through the Crime Stoppers mobile app. Only tips and calls DIRECTLY TO Crime Stoppers are anonymous and eligible for a cash reward.

  

 


HPD # 717217-20




Comments:
Get these "scum" off the streets!!!!!! Some have never served in the military, worked a day of their lives, expect, "we the taxpayers" to support them. Tired of it all! (Their dumber than rocks!!)
Posted by noname at 8/7/2020 1:43:05 PM

These children do not know the consequences in store for their future by playing into the free Soro's money to wreak havoc and violence to push the socialist agenda. They think their future will be free of charge that all they will have to do is play video games and have free food and shelter the rest of their miserable little lives. They should google Argentina life after socialism wrecked the country and see what their future holds if the keep up this mindless violence. Hell, the cities they took over already show signs of what cities will look like. Burned down graffitied trash strewn chaos. Good job children, you make Marxist Soro's proud for the crumbs he pays you all to ruin this nation. What's next? Biden and Kamala? God help us!!!!
Posted by Sasquatch at 8/12/2020 12:36:28 PM

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