Brown County, Mills County, Coleman County
Crime Stoppers Weekly HOT Spot
Looking for information regarding illegal dumping on CR 544 between West Sherman and US Hwy 84 West in Mullin, Mills County, Texas. Between 15-20 tires were discarded on the side of the county road, some with the center ring cut out of them. This occurred sometime between Friday February 15th and Sunday February 17th. Anyone with information is encouraged to report it to Crime Stoppers or contact the Mills County Sheriff Office at 325-648-2245.
As aired on KOXE Radio on 5-24-2018, this week’s Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers Weekly HOT Spot, the Brown County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information in a cow theft case. Sometime between March 6 and April 30, ten bred heifers were stolen from the 12000 block of County Road 225. The heifers are Black Angus and Black Angus/Charolais mix and are black or grey in color. Some of the heifers are branded with the number “15” on the left hip and others are branded with a “P” on the left hip. The long line of the P makes an L at the bottom. The brand is a PL connected left hip brand. The heifers weigh approximately 900 to 1000 pounds. The value of the cows is estimated at $20,000.
Sexual Assault of 20 Year Old Female
As aired on KOXE Radio on 5-17-2018 - On 04/23/2018, Patrol Officers responded to the 1800 block of 9th St., Brownwood TX in reference to a sexual assault of a 20 year old female. Upon arrival, officers learned the female was asleep in her home at about 1:30 am, when three men forced open the front door of her residence. While one man stood watch at or near the front door; another was looking through her home for property to take. The third man pulled the young woman from her bed and then sexually assaulted her, displaying a weapon. The Criminal Investigation Division responded.
The victim described the men as follows:
The property taken from the home is described as:
A witness saw a black or dark maroon four-door sedan in the neighborhood just after the assault.
Anyone with information as to the identity of any of the three men involved in this heinous crime that leads to an arrest is eligible for a reward. Contact Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers tip line at 800-222-tips (8477) OR submit tip information online at www.heartoftexascrimestoppers.org using the link or QR code in the upper left corner OR download the P3 app to your Android or Apple mobile device. That’s 4 ways to get your tip information to the Law Enforcement investigators while remaining anonymous with no fear of reprisal or retribution.
Theft of Polaris Ranger
The Mills County Sheriff Office is currently investigating the theft of a Polaris Ranger 750 that was stolen from a residence located in Mullin, Texas. The theft occurred sometime between January 18, 2018 and January 19, 2018. It is described as a 2016 model and is red and black in color. Anyone with information in reference to this investigation (#18-00076) is encouraged to contact Investigator Stephanie Brown at 325-648-2245. Individuals with information may also contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or by visiting the website www.heartoftexascrimestoppers.org.
Yeti Cooler Theft
Early in the morning on 10/1/2017, a 35qt white YETI cooler was stolen out of the bed of a pick-up on 6th street in Goldthwaite. The YETI cooler was chained and locked to the bed of the truck. The truck sustained damage as a result of the chain being cut. The cooler had 2 distinctive stickers on the lid.
Please contact Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers 800-222-TIPS(8477)with any information regarding this theft.
Regency Area Burglary
The Mills County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the person in this video in connection with a burglary that occurred in the Regency area of Mills County on the morning of August 9, 2017. This individual appears to be a white female in her 50’s with light colored hair. The female has two small dogs with her which leads us to believe she or the other suspects involved travel with these dogs. If you have any information about this incident, please contact Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS(8477) or Investigator Stephanie Brown at 325-648-2245.
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Burglary of Habitation
On February 1, 2017, the Mills County Sheriff Office received a report of a Burglary of a Habitation located on FM 574 Mullin, Mills County, TX. It is believed the burglary to have occurred sometime between Sunday January 30 and February 1 when it was reported. Multiple items were stolen including a cross bow, miscellaneous tools, dolly, chain saw and a 10’ ladder. Also stolen from inside the home was large amount of ammunition. If anyone has any information regarding this or any other burglary, please contact Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers at 800-822-8477 or the Mills County Sheriff Office.
Red Peak Ranch Burglary
On January 13, 2017, Mills County Sheriff's Office took a Burglary of a Building report at the Red Peak Ranch located in the town of Mullin, TX in Mills County. The burglary occurred sometime between January 9th and January 13th. The following items have been reported as stolen: 2015 Bad Boy Buggy, 4 seater, black in color; 2007 Polaris Sportsman ATV 4x4, green in color; 2015 Polaris ATV 4x4, blue in color; two Stihl brand chainsaws; Ryobi brand cordless drill, lime green in color; a blue welding helmet and gloves. Anyone with information related to this crime is encouraged to anonymously contact Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477(tips) or the Mills County Sheriff Office at 325-648-2245
Fraudulent Permanent Resident Card
On May 5, 2015 at about 3 in the afternoon, a Hispanic Female entered a Checks-Plus Store in Brownwood and cashed a United States Treasury Check for an IRS Refund. To cash the check, the female used a Permanent Resident Card, which is believed to be fraudulent. If you know anything of this situation or the person involved please call Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers at 800-222-tips(8477) or text hottips and your tip information to 274637. You remain anonymous and are eligible for a cash reward once an arrest is made.
Dairy Queen Aggravated Robbery Case
On July 15th, 2014, at about 10:46 pm, I unknown male subject entered an unlocked backdoor of Dairy Queen, located at 1620 Austin Ave. Once inside the male suspect went to the back office where an employee was and brandished a large kitchen type knife. The male suspect then left with an undisclosed amount of money the same way he entered. It is believed he ran in a northeasterly direction from Dairy Queen along a wooden fence, and exited the Dairy Queen parking lot through an opening in the fence at the northeast corner. The suspect then continued across the alley in an easterly direction through another opening in another fence. Just inside that opening is a scrap pile of bricks, and it is believed the suspect fell dropping a portion of the money taken. Some of the money was recovered on the pile of bricks along with the gloves worn during the robbery.
The male suspect was described as about 5’8” tall with a skinny build. He had on dark pants (black or navy blue) and a black hoodie with the hood pulled up over his head. He laso had some type of dark material covering his face and wore tennis shoes with yellow on the toe area. The suspect has dark skin according to the witness; and he may have been injured when he possibly fell in the pile of bricks.
Call Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers at 800-222-tips, Text hottips & your tip infomation to 274637 (crimes) or go online to www.heartoftexascrimestoppers.org to report any information you may have. You remain anonymous. Once an arrest is made based on your tip information, you are eligible for a cash reward up to $1000.
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