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WATCH: Texas Capital Murder Suspect Arrested on Camera

HOUSTON, Texas — Harris County Sheriff’s Office Deputies ended a day-long manhunt with the arrest of a capital murder suspect who allegedly went on a violent crimes spree that left three people dead. The suspect is a parolee — recently released from prison.

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REPORT: DACA ‘Dreamer’ Wanted for Alleged Murder of Texas Store Owner

An investigation by a Houston television reporter revealed that the man accused of murdering a store owner is allegedly an illegal alien who is currently under President Barack Obama’s DACA amnesty program. The “Dreamer” is currently on the run after allegedly killing the store owner and shooting another man.

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Three Men Arrested for Alleged Robbery, Murder of Subway Store Owner and Wife

HOUSTON, Texas — The Harris County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of three men in connection with the alleged robbery and murder of a Subway store owner and his wife. Two allegedly ambushed the 61-year-old couple as they arrived home and then robbed and executed them, officials stated.

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Texas Mom Accused of Stabbing 4-Year-Old Daughter to Death

HOUSTON, Texas — The Harris County District Attorney’s Office filed capital murder charges against a woman after she allegedly stabbed her own daughter to death. The killing of the four-year-old came after the woman reportedly fought with a yet unnamed boyfriend.

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‘Sanctuary’ Texas Police Chiefs Decry Bill That Could Jail Them

The police chiefs in six of Texas’ largest cities responded to the anti-sanctuary city bill passed by the Texas House on Thursday by signing a letter of opposition and releasing it to the press on Friday. The chiefs said the issue is one for the federal government and representatives are “pandering.”

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‘Ferguson Effect is Real,’ Police Survey Finds

An issue that has become known as the “Ferguson effect” is causing police officers to hesitate and question their judgment in situations where the use of force would be proper. The phenomenon occurred following the justified 2014 police shooting of a black man in Ferguson, Missouri, and the protests and riots afterwards. A new police survey from the Pew Research Center confirms what many media outlets have been reporting–the “Ferguson effect” is real.

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Report: Nearly 1,800 Cops Killed in Past 10 Years

An exclusive report obtained by Breitbart Texas reveals that nearly 1,800 police officers have lost their lives in the line of duty over the past 10 years. That number includes the deaths of 160 K-9 officers.

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Texas Cops Seize Guns, Product, Cash in Edible Drug Kitchen

HOUSTON, Texas – Deputies with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) seized a large quantity of drugs used in a manufacturing operation in the northwest part of the county. Deputies also intercepted several firearms and cash in connection with the suspected drug manufacturing.

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Good Guys With Guns Stop Armed Robbers in Texas Whataburger

HOUSTON, Texas – Two armed men picked the wrong Whataburger to rob early Monday. As the attempted robbery unfolded, they discovered two off-duty Harris County sheriff’s deputies were dining in the restaurant. One robber was shot and the other escaped.

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Texas Sheriff Visits Troubled Teens at Juvenile Facility

HOUSTON, Texas – Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman traveled to the far northwest corner of the county to meet with a group of troubled teens. He went to teach, but also learn. He went to listen to people who are accustomed to not being heard.