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5/10/2012 - HOMES REPORTED BURGLARIZED IN ROBSON RANCH
The Denton Police Department is seeking information regarding the person(s) responsible for breaking into homes in the retirement community of Robson Ranch. On May 6, 2012, unknown person(s) attempted to gain entry to a residence in the 10000 block of Countryside by prying the back door open. The intruders were apparently scared off when the burglar alarm sounded.

On May 10, 2012, the back door of a residence in the 9500 block of Freeport Dr. was discovered pried open. Entry was made by unknown person(s) and a substantial amount of jewelry stolen.

IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION REGARDING THESE TWO CRIMES, PLEASE CALL DENTON COUNTY CRIME STOPPERS OR SUBMIT A WEB TIP ON THIS WEB SITE.

YOUR TIP COULD EARN A $1000 CASH REWARD!

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2/2/2012 - Chainsaw Murder Suspect Still At-Large
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Denton County Crime Stoppers is offering a $5,000 cash reward for information leading to the arrest of Jose Fernando Corona. Corona is accused of killing his wife by decapitating her with a chainsaw on April 26, 2010 at their home in Lewisville, Texas.

You can make an anonymous tip by contacting 1-800-388-TIPS (8477) or submit an online tip on this web site.

El Condado de Denton "Alto al Crimen", ofrece la cantidad de $5,000 dolares en efectivo por la informacion que lleve al arresto de Jose Fernando Corona que es acusado por el asesinato de su esposa, el incidente ocurrio el 26 de Abril del 2010 en su residencia en la ciudad de Lewisville, Texas.

Puede hablar al telefono 1-800-388 Tips (8477) o en la pagina web-site "web tip"  www.dentoncountycrimestoppers.com.

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10/17/2011 - DENTON POLICE SEARCH FOR MURDER SUSPECT
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Arrest warrants has been issued for a man who stabbed two victims outside a bar on Eagle Drive early Sunday morning, leaving one of them dead at the scene.

Warrants for murder and Aggravated Assault have been issued for 19 year old Daniel Eduardo Roman-Ramirez, a Hispanic male who is described as being approximately 5’5”, with a medium build.

If you know the whereabouts of this fugitive, your anonymous tip could earn you up to a $1,000 cash reward.

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8/5/2011 - Act of Animal Cruelty
  On 08/05/2011 between 8:PM and 9:PM, an 18 month old Jack Russell Terrier named “Raider” was playing it`s own back yard when someone fatally shot the small family pet with what appears to be a pellet from an air type rifle.

This criminal offense occurred in the 1800 Block of Warwick Crescent Court, Hills of Argyle, Denton, Denton County TX.

Anyone who has information regarding this criminal offense is urged to contact Denton County Crime Stoppers or leave a tip on this web site.

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8/1/2011 - AGGRAVATED ROBBERY AT CVS PHARMACY IN DENTON
On 8-1-11, at approximately 0519 hrs, an unknown black male entered the CVS Pharmacy at 116 W. University Drive. The black male located the manager and the pharmacist in the pharmacy area. The black male escorted the manager and pharmacist to the manager’s officer at gunpoint (black semi-automatic) and had the manger remove the daily "Deposits" from the safe. The unknown black male had the manager place the money in a bag that the suspect brought with him and fled the scene. The suspect left running n/b from the west side of the CVS Pharmacy (towards Sherman Drive).

Suspect Description:

5’6 to 5’8 light skinned black male, medium build, approximately mid 20’s, short black hair, wearing a maroon turtle neck and khaki pants (very saggy). The suspect pulled the turtleneck up over the front of his face, exposing only his eyes, side of his head, and forehead. The suspect has several "dots" (moles or beauty marks) around his eyes and cheeks. He is light skinned enough that the "dots" are easily seen on his face.

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6/17/2011 - DENTON UNSOLVED MURDER
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Murder

Offense Location:  1500 Dallas Drive

Offense Date:  September 30th,1983           Bulletin Date:  June 10th, 2011 

Case #: 320875

 

The September 1983 murder of San Antonio businessman Frank Narvaez, H/M, 42 years old, remains an unsolved homicide. 

On the morning of September 30th, 1983, Holiday Inn housekeeping staff found Narvaez murdered in his room.  He had been stabbed to death. That same morning, the victim’s brown 1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass was found abandoned in Oklahoma City near I-35 at 6000 N.E. 138th St.  A nearby resident reported hearing suspicious foot traffic on his property at around 4:30am.  One possible suspect was developed.  Hotel restaurant staff reported seeing Narvaez having coffee with an unknown man on the previous morning.   That person was described as a white male, in his 30’s, fair complexion, 5’10” to 5’11”, 180 lbs, medium length sandy blond coarse bushy hair, last seen wearing a straw cowboy hat, blue jeans, and tan pointed cowboy boots.  The male suspect in this case was a cigarette smoker (preferred Marlboro), is believed to be an excessive beer drinker, and possibly preferred Dr. Pepper sodas. Based on the investigation, it is very possible that he was a transient.   If still alive, he would probably be around 60 years old and at the time, may have resembled the sketch pictured above.  

 

CRIME STOPPERS WILL PAY UP TO $1,000 CASH FOR INFORMATION THAT LEADS TO AN ARREST IN THIS CASE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1/28/2011 - JUSTIN VALERO CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBED

Justin Police need your help in locating the individual responsible for robbing the Valero Store located at approximately 12:35 pm. A lone gunman wearing a black jacket and a red ski mask entered the store armed with a "two toned" handgun and demanded money. Suspect then left the area on foot. Suspect described as 5`6, thin build, 150 lbs., carrying black backpack. Suspect wearing green pants with white stripes and a black or dark colored jacket.    

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1/8/2011 - MAYHILL MART AT 3922 E. MCKINNEY St. ROBBED
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MO: On 01/08/2011 at approximately 06:30hrs an unknown male suspect entered the Mayhill Mart at 3922 E. McKinney St. The male went directly to the sales counter and leaned over the counter in an attempt to get the stores cash bag. When the female clerk shouted at him, he produced a dark colored pistol, pointed it at her, and told her to put her hands up. The suspect grabbed the cash bag then fled south bound on foot. The suspect appeared to know the exact location of where the cash bag was kept.

SUSPECT: The clerk believes the suspect to be a black male; approx. 06’-00", slim build. He was wearing a black two tone "Puffy" coat with a hood. The coat has a darker colored upper (hood, shoulder, and arms). The chest and back are lighter colored. His face was covered with a black bandanna with light colored print on it. He was wearing white cloth gloves.

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12/31/2010 - ROBBERY OF A INDIVIDUAL

CRIME STOPPERS IS OFFERING A CASH REWARD FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO AN ARREST IN THIS CASE.

The victim was walking up to his apartment building located at 1801 Jason Dr. (Oak Meadows Apts.) at approximately 10:42 pm. on New Year’s Eve. Two suspects were standing just off the walkway to building 1 and suspect #1 asked the victim for a cigarette. The victim said he had none and walked several more steps when Suspect #1 said "hey come back here." The victim turned and suspect # 1 pulled a black semi-auto pistol from his waistband and told the victim "give me everything you got". Suspect #2 then approached and pulled a 4-5 inch folding knife with a brown wood grip from his pocket. After taking the victim’s property the suspects ran across Jason Drive toward Sam Bass Blvd.

Suspects: Suspect #1- b/m, 6’3" to 6’5" tall, 180-200 pounds, 30-35 years of age, very dark skin tone, round face shape, very wide nose, wide mouth, thick lips, clean shaven, normal teeth (no gold showing), thick voiced with street slang, large hands, held pistol with right hand.

Wearing- black cloth material hooded jacket with hoodie pulled over possible red ball cap, black baggie jeans, smoking a small cigar with white plastic tip.

Suspect #2-b/m, 5’1" to 5’3" tall, 150 pounds, 25-30 years of age, medium skin tone, long face shape with distinctive darker blemish, birthmark or scar showing on left cheek, normal sized but flat nose, upper teeth protruding slightly (buck toothed) and crooked, medium voiced with street slang, held knife in right hand.

Wearing- red cloth hooded jacket over unknown colored cap, dark blue baggie jeans.

Items taken: 1. Black Acer brand 14" lap top computer

2. Gray "Tom Tom" brand GPS

3. Man’s yellow gold wedding band with 8-9 small diamonds spaced

across the band on top.

4. Black and green nylon wallet containing $30-$50 cash, Texas drivers

license and an immigration certificate belonging to the vivtim.

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12/16/2010 - ROBBERY REPORTED AT DENTON CAR WASH

On 12-16-10, at approximately 2030 hrs, the victim was washing his car at the Southridge Car Wash, located at the intersection of Teasley and IH-35E, next to the Millenium Shell Station.  The victim was approached by a 25-30 year old, medium build black male with a knife in his hand.  The black male was wearing some sort of white bandage over his face, a dark colored jacket, designer blue jean, and dark colored shoes.

The suspect presented the knife (8 inch black fix bladed knife) and demanded money from the suspect.  The suspect forced the victim into the front passenger door of the victim’s SUV to retrieve the money.  The suspect got $25 from the victim, but demanded more.  After learning there was no more money, the suspect fled in a southerly direction towards the apartment complex behind the car wash.

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8/20/2010 - LEWISVILLE POLICE INVESTIGATE FATALITY HIT AND RUN
 

LEWISVILLE, Texas –On August 8, 2010, the driver of a black SUV fled the scene of a crash after colliding with a motorcycle.  The driver of the motorcycle was killed and the passenger is still hospitalized, due to her injuries.

 

On August 13th, the Lewisville Police Department received information on a possible suspect in this deadly hit and run.  The subsequent investigation verified the suspect information and lead to the recovery of the black Chevrolet Tahoe.

 

Investigators have obtained two felony arrest warrants for the suspect (“Accident Involving Personal Injury or Death”).

 

Police are attempting to locate the suspect, Ricardo Ramirez Arroyo, a 19 year-old resident of Lewisville.  Anyone having information on Arroyo’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Lewisville Police Department at (972) 219-TIPS (8477) or Denton County Crime Stoppers at (800) 388-TIPS (8477).

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7/26/2010 - AGGRAVATED ROBBERY IN DENTON

On July 26, 2010, the victim was delivering medical oxygen to a resident at 1204 McDonald Street around noon. While he was retrieving documents from his van in the drive, a suspect approached him from behind and hit him on the back of the head with a 2 foot section of wooden dowel about 2.5 inches thick. The victim was stunned and fell to the ground. The suspect was feeling in the victim’s back pocket apparently for a wallet. The victim’s wallet was in the van and the suspect fled on foot without taking anything. The victim turned to see an angled profile of the suspect as he jumped the fence behind 1204 McDonald and ran into the woods. The suspect did not speak to the victim. The suspect was carrying the wooden rod when he went into the woods.

The suspect is described as a black male, about 5’10" in height, 175 to 180 pounds, in his late 20’s, dark complexion, hair cut into a burr that is just growing out, unknown if any facial hair.

The victim described the suspect’s arms as "defined". He appeared to be in shape and not overweight.

He was wearing a dark blue t-shirt with dark jeans or pants and dark colored athletic shoes.

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7/20/2010 - CHEVRON AT LILLIAN MILLER AND I-35 SERVICE RD. ROBBED

Robbery occurred shortly before 4:00 am. Suspect is a thin w/m about 5’-10”, in his early 20’s with light colored eyes, wearing Dickies style pants, grey or blue long sleeved shirt, black ski mask, black palmed/white backed gloves, light green and black backpack.  A black semi-auto pistol was displayed under the shirt on the suspect’s right side waistband.  He removed cash and change from the register and demanded money from the safe. Clerk told him that it was on a time delay. Suspect was calm and told clerk “Have a good night” as he was leaving.  No vehicle information is currently available.

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5/22/2010 - Lewisville Police Department Needs Your Help

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The Lewisville Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a robbery suspect.   On May 22nd, at approximately 12:30 a.m., a Hispanic male robbed the 7-Eleven convenience store located at 966 South Mill Street. 

 

The suspect entered the store, displayed a large knife and jumped the counter confronting the cashier.   The suspect demanded money while holding the knife to the cashier.  The suspect removed a small amount of cash from the cash drawer and fled the location. 

 

Click on "MOVIE LINK" to see video surveillance tape. Suspect is wearing striped shirt and ball cap 

 

Anyone with information on this aggravated robbery should contact the Lewisville Police Department’s crime tip line at 972-219-8477 (TIPS) or Denton County Crime Stoppers at 800-388-8477 (TIPS).   You can remain anonymous and you may be eligible for a cash reward.

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4/27/2010 - Lewisville Police Investigate Murder
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Around 11:15 a.m. on Monday, April 26th, Lewisville Police Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block of Shadow Wood in reference to a body in the roadway.  Upon their arrival, they found the body of a deceased female that had been mutilated.  She was identified as 44 year-old Maria Santos Corona.  Lewisville Police are seeking Jose Fernando Corona, a 49 year-old Hispanic male, in connection with the murder.  He is believed to have fled in a 2005 Toyota Sequoia bearing Texas license plate “247-DVH.” The vehicle was later recovered in Bedford, Texas. State and federal law enforcement are aggressively searching for Jose Corona to bring him to justice.

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