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Recent Crime News
Sunday Mar 1 | via Chron
A man was arrested in the hit-and-run that killed a woman in Cypress Saturday night. He returned to the scene 43 minutes after the crash after speaking to his parents, according to a Harris County Sheriff's Office release. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 17 | via CultureMap
City officials are seeking information about the Jan. 30, 2014 murder of a family of four in Cypress and have increased the reward for information leading to an arrest to $75,000. A year ago, a horrific quadruple murder shook a quiet community in Cypress and officials are reaching out to the public again, hoping to garner any information that could lead to reviving the now cold case. Comment?
Monday Feb 16 | via Daily Mail
What it's REALLY like for Jews in Paris: Shocking hidden camera footage shows journalist wearing a skullcap being spat at, called a 'dog' and threatened as he walks the streets Wild gang of girls filmed running rampage through California grocery store: Violent kids destroy groceries, chug alcohol and leave one shopper hospitalized Girl, 12, tried to kill her friend to appease mythical 'Slender Man' and stop him killing her family, court hears Alzheimer's breakthrough as scientists discover how to stop disease in the earliest stages, paving the way for 'statin-like' drug Powerful earthquake in same area as the one that caused Japan's tsunami disaster four years ago triggers panic but only minor wave 'Insane' marine told cops he killed American Sniper Chris Kyle because: 'If I did not take down his soul, he was going to take down mine' 'The most handsome man in the world': Charles Manson's ... (more) Comment?
Monday Feb 16 | via Click2Houston
There were still no answers as to who killed the Sun family. Maoye Sun, his wife Mei Xie, and their two sons, Timothy Sun and Titus Sun, were gunned down in their Cypress home in the 14000 block of Fosters Creek Drive on Jan. 30, 2014. Comment?
Saturday Feb 14 | via Click2Houston
A wanted bank robber known as the "Longhorn Bandit" was arrested Tuesday by the FBI Houston Violent Crimes Task Force. Officials say Willy Cuevas, 31, was arrested at his home on Bowmore Court in northwest Harris County. Comment?
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