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Former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted on all charges in the death of George Floyd.

Chauvin faces up to 40 years in prison for second-degree murder, up to 25 years for third-degree murder and up to 10 years for second-degree manslaughter.

Floyd died in May 2020 after Chauvin placed his knee on Floyd’s neck while he pleaded, “I can’t breathe.”

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Statement from District Attorney Kim Ogg on the Derek Chauvin verdict

Justice is a process and these jurors showed tremendous courage in reaching a just verdict. 

Millions saw the video, which we all found devastating.  Our thoughts are with the family and friends of George Floyd, a Houston son whose murder is a defining moment in American criminal justice. 




Crime Stoppers and the Houston Police Department’s Burglary and Theft Division need the public’s assistance identifying the suspects responsible for an Attempted Theft of an ATM. 
On Thursday, July 2, 2020, at approximately 5:20 a.m., two unknown suspects attempted to steal money from an ATM located in the 12100 block of Hempstead Road in Houston, Texas. During the incident, the suspects used a stolen vehicle, tools, and chains in an attempt to force open the ATM. The suspects were unable to open the ATM lockbox and fled in an unknown direction of travel.  
Crime Stoppers may pay up to $5,000 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 or through the Crime Stoppers mobile app. Only tips and calls DIRECTLY TO Crime Stoppers are anonymous and eligible for a cash reward.   

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Springfield police are looking for a man who allegedly gave a Walmart shopper a “Covid hug.”The police department in Massachusetts said the incident took place at a Walmart on August 15 around 7:10 p.m.The suspect, whom the victim had never seen before, took an item out of his hand and then gave him a hug.”Just giving you a Covid hug. You now have Covid,” the suspect said before laughing and walking away, according to the Springfield Police Department.

The victim is a cancer survivor, the police department said, adding that the suspect did the same thing to several other customers.The department is asking that anyone with information contact the detective bureau.

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Rayshard Brooks

Protesters flooded streets of southeast Atlanta Saturday night, angry over the deadly police-involved shooting of a black man at a fast-food restaurant the night before. The protesters surrounded the Wendy’s where 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks was shot and then made their way to nearby Interstate 75/85, bringing the major thoroughfare to a standstill.The Wendy’s where Brooks lost his life was in flames Saturday night, and a crowd also set fire to automobiles near the fast-food restaurant. Earlier in the day, police used tear gas and a flash bang to try to clear the crowd there.The chaos came after Atlanta’s police chief stepped down and the mayor called for the officer who shot Brooks to be fired.

Former Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields.

Brooks was shot in the Wendy’s parking lot Friday night after he scuffled with officers and ran away with one of their stun guns, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

The incident began with a call to police at 10:33 p.m. Friday about a man sleeping in a parked vehicle in the restaurant’s drive-thru lane, causing other customers to drive around it, the GBI said in a statement.Police gave Brooks a field sobriety test, which he failed, the GBI said. He resisted arrest and struggled with officers, the GBI said.GBI Director Vic Reynolds said Saturday that his department obtained surveillance video of the incident from Wendy’s and reviewed video that witnesses posted on social media.

The video from the eyewitness begins in the middle of the struggle between Brooks and two police officers. In the video, an officer is heard telling Brooks to “stop fighting” and “hands off the taser.” The eyewitness told CNN that by the time they arrived on the scene, Brooks’ car was parked in a parking spot.”The fight started when they tried to make an arrest … after that he took a taser and took off,” the witness said.As the scuffle broke up, the video shows Brooks beginning to run from the officers and he is seen holding what appears to be a stun gun in his right hand. It appears one of the officers fires their stun gun at Brooks three times as he runs away.Witnesses told GBI investigators that Brooks had one of the officer’s stun guns.Shortly after Brooks and one of the officers run by the car of the eyewitness taking the video, a second officer runs by, following Brooks.Three shots are then heard out of frame.

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Jason Knox HPD

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo has released the name of the officer who was killed early this morning in a helicopter crash.

That officer is Jason Knox.

He joined the force back in 2012 and that was after serving 6 years with the Harris County Sheriff’s office.

Knox was a father to two young children and a husband.

Houston City Councilman Mike Knox

The veteran law enforcement officer is also the son of Houston City Councilman Mike Knox who has made several appearances on Isiah Factor Uncensored.

Jason was also known for his skills at restoring old police units in the department.

Knox, who was the tactical officer on the HPD helicopter, was killed after the unit crashed around 2 a.m. near Greenspoint Bayou.

The pilot of the helicopter is still hospitalized.

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Crime Stoppers and the Houston Police Department’s Burglary and Theft Division need the public’s assistance identifying the suspect responsible for a Credit Card Abuse. 
On Saturday, March 14, 2020, at approximately 3:27 a.m., an unknown black male suspect used the victim’s stolen credit card to make an unauthorized purchase at a convenience store located in the 6300 block of San Felipe Street in Houston, Texas. During this incident, the suspect was captured on video surveillance using the stolen credit card to purchase items at the checkout counter. The credit card was stolen that same day in a burglary of the victim’s vehicle while parked in the 7500 block of Burgoyne Road.  The suspect was seen leaving the store in a black car (possibly a Dodge Challenger). 
Suspect: Black male, 20-29 years old, 5’10”, 160 lbs., wearing a blue and gray sweatshirt, silver track pants and red shoes.  
Crime Stoppers may pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, charging and/or arrest of the suspect(s) in this case. Information may be reported by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), submitted online at or through the Crime Stoppers mobile app. Only tips and calls DIRECTLY TO Crime Stoppers are anonymous and eligible for a cash reward.

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Surveillance Video, Photo of Wanted Vehicle in Crash That Injured Child at 4600 Galesburg Street!

Houston police have released surveillance video and a photo of a suspect’s vehicle wanted in a crash that seriously injured a child at 4600 Galesburg Street about 5:35 p.m. last Monday (April 13).

The surveillance video of the vehicle, a silver/gray Chevrolet Sonic.

Investigators in the HPD Hit and Run Unit stated the female suspect driver knew she struck the child, a pedestrian, because video shows her speeding away from the crash scene and then running a stop sign. 

It is believed the suspect is an Asian female, about 25 to 35 years of age.  She is wanted for felony failure to stop and render aid. 

The victim, a 7-year-old boy, sustained multiple broken bones and head trauma. 

Anyone with information on the vehicle or the wanted suspect is urged to contact the HPD Hit and Run Unit at 713-247-4072 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS. 

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Richmond, TX – The Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office joins with the Rosenberg Police Department to ask your help to locate a murder suspect, Tomas Maldonado, DOB 03/07/1970. Maldonado should be considered extremely dangerous.

Rosenberg officers responded to a physical disturbance Wednesday night and found that a woman was attacked by her estranged husband. Tragically, she later died. Witnesses advised that the suspect fled the scene in a red 2016 Chevrolet 2500 truck with a paper license plate (66503A8). The truck was later found abandoned in Columbus, Texas. Maldonado allegedly has family or friends in Central Texas. Authorities are now searching for the suspect and are encouraging anyone with information regarding his destination or location to step forward.

The incident occurred in the 800 block of San Jacinto Street at approximately 10:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 15, 2020. It is believed that Tomas Maldonado made threats in the days preceding the attack and has made similar threats against other family members too.

“Our community has suffered a tragic loss, the victim and her family are in our thoughts and prayers. We are working diligently to ensure that Tomas Maldonado is found and provided an opportunity to answer for what he has done,” said Rosenberg Police Chief Jonathan White.

“We know it’s tough out there right now, we knew domestic violence would likely increase, and so we said to keep calm,” said District Attorney Brian Middleton. “And now we are faced with unnecessary violence, tragic loss, and a potentially dangerous fugitive. I cannot stress this enough – keep a level head, walk away from conflict, or suffer the full force of the law.”

Anyone with information about a crime is encouraged to contact Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at 281-342-TIPS (8477). You can also submit tips online at Information leading to the apprehension and filing of charges on the suspect(s) involved, could earn you up to a $5,000.00 CASH REWARD. All calls to Crime Stoppers are ANONYMOUS.