One of Texas’ most wanted fugitives has been captured following a short pursuit in Woodland Hills early Tuesday.
Christopher Gonzalez is seen in an image provided by the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Police received a tip about 10 p.m. Monday from authorities in Dallas that Christopher Gonzalez, a fugitive on the state’s “10 Most Wanted” list, was in the Woodland Hills area, Los Angeles Police Department Officer Luis De la Luz said.
Dallas police had apparently been following Gonzalez’s social media sites and reached out to the LAPD after noticing a livestream on the 18-year-old’s Instagram account, De la Luz said.
Officers located Gonzalez and another man near the intersection of Serrania Avenue and Wells Drive, but the two quickly fled the scene, De la Luz said.
After a short pursuit,
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WOODLAND HILLS (CBSLA) — A known gang member and one of Texas’ ten most wanted criminals captured in Woodland Hills overnight after authorities tracked him down via social media.
Christopher Ricardo Gonzalez, 18, who also goes by the moniker of “Little Chris” was captured at the end of a foot chase following a two-mile police pursuit.
Gonzalez is wanted out of Dallas for a variety of felonies, including robbery, weapons, drugs, and homicide, and his wanted poster says he has a history of evading arrest.
Texas officials say they were able to track him down when he posted a video of himself showing off some of his guns on Instagram.
A second man who was with Gonzalez was also taken into custody, but has not yet been identified. Both men had to be treated at a hospital for dog bites from a K9 officer.
It so happened that officers caught up with Gonzalez just feet from
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A North Texas teen has been added to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list and a reward is now being offered to anyone who can help find him.
Christopher Ricardo Gonzalez, 18, is wanted for aggravated robbery and organized crime, according to a Texas Department of Public Safety news release.
The DPS statement said Gonzalez has ties to the Bloods gang in the South Dallas area, and has allegedly been involved in a string of local home invasions between Oct. 2016 and Feb. 2017. His criminal history also includes unlawful carrying of a weapon, terroristic threats and evading arrest, according to the DPS.
Gonzalez is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs about 170 pounds. He may be known as “Little Chris,” officials said.
Texas Crime Stoppers offered a reward of up to $5,000 for information that leads to an arrest and indictment of Gonzalez. All Crime Stoppers
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The older brother of Selena, the slain queen of Tejano music, is a wanted man in Texas.
AB Quintanilla was just listed on a Top 10 fugitives list in Nueces County for the month of August.
Authorities said the record producer and musician is wanted for contempt of court and non-payment of child support.
The 53-year-old is described as standing 5 foot 6 inches, and weighing 186 pounds. He has black hair, brown eyes and a long beard.
If you have any information on his whereabouts, call Corpus Christi Crime Stoppers at 1-800-827-8477.
Quintanilla was a part of Selena y Los Dinos, which launched his youngest sister toward stardom, and went on to start Los Kumbia Kings.
Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, the youngest child of the Quintanilla family, was murdered by Yolanda Saldivar in a hotel room in Corpus Christi on March 31, 1995.
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The FBI arrested one of its most wanted suspect arrested in El Paso on Sunday.
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MILWAUKEE — A man who was captured in Texas after being placed on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list five months after he shot and killed two men during a fight at a Milwaukee home last year, was sentenced Wednesday to 60 years in prison.
Terry A.D. Strickland, 25, was sentenced for the fatal shootings of Michael Reed, 39, and Maurice Brown Jr., 38.
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Round Rock, Texas, Police Chief Allen Banks has received a special message from the Federal Bureau of Investigation: the Hairy Man seen galavanting around the Round Rock trails is a “most wanted fugitive.”
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According to the city’s Parks and Recreation Department, which has been keeping residents abreast of recent Bigfoot sightings, Round Rock’s top police official got an email from the FBI stating it has added Bigfoot to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” List.
The Bureau is offering a reward of up to $500,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of the giant, hair-covered being, according to the Parks and Rec Department.
Bigfoot was last seen on the Brushy Creek Regional Trail and made “loud, demonic-like howl sounds,” according to the FBI most-wanted poster.
Recently, some Round Rock teens and other area families have shared videos of their search for the enormous quadruped.
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One of Texas’s 10 most wanted sex offenders is in custody after being captured in an Austin suburb Thursday, officials say.
Kevin Travis Waddell, 54, was arrested in Del Valle after a tipster notified Texas Crime Stoppers. A reward up to $3,000 will be paid, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Waddell was convicted in 1992 in Potter County, which includes Amarillo, for sexually assaulting a 19-year-old woman. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Waddell was released on parole in the mid-1990s and lived in Austin for nearly two decades before becoming a fugitive in September 2015, according to DPS.
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