Crime Stoppers of Houston, the Houston Police Department and the Pasadena Police Department coordinated efforts to solicit information on the following cases.
Crime Stoppers of Houston then received tips that were forwarded to law enforcement which resulted in the following:
- HPD 1376802-18: Tony Stanton arrested for allegedly murdering a woman at a homeless encampment. The victim was talking to another homeless person when the suspect walked up behind her and shot her one time in the back of the head.
- PPD 18-0012198: Four juveniles arrested for allegedly vandalizing pumps at Strawberry Water Park.
- HPD 0718273-19, 0163786-19: Anthony Conway arrested for allegedly murdering a taco truck owner.
- HPD #0395312-19: Allen Gremillion arrested for allegedly robbing a hotel clerk at gunpoint.
- HPD 0308110-19: Jaden Noel Andel arrested for allegedly stealing a rare turtle.
All of these cases were previously featured by the media.
For nearly 40 years, Crime Stoppers of Houston has functioned as a separate non-profit that assists federal, state and local law enforcement agencies solve serious crime by publicizing cases and asking for anonymous tips from the public. This Tip Line Program continues to be a successful and robust crime solving system that has helped solve over 34,900 felony cases and arrested over 26,500 suspects since inception. Each month, Crime Stoppers of Houston pays out between $20,000 - $60,000 in cash rewards to anonymous citizens who reported tips that resulted in a solved crime.
As always Crime Stoppers of Houston may pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the charging and/or arrest of the suspect(s) in any unsolved felony case.
Tips may be reported by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), submitted online at www.crime-stoppers.org or through the Crime Stoppers mobile app. All callers remain anonymous.