Texas is a big, beautiful place full of honest, law-abiding people. Sadly, it's also got its fair share of scofflaws who are currently on the run from justice. Bell County is no exception, and since Texas is a neighborly place, I like to let my neighbors know who could be lurking out there.


Bell County's Worst Behaved

Bell County routinely lists criminals who are currently evading police or have been on the run for a while. Sometimes the county's list even profiles the officers who are out there trying to track these folks down, but today we'll concentrate on the folks who owe a debt to society.

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You Can Help

By the way, Citizens of Bell County can report sightings of these individuals by calling the Bell County's Sheriff's Office at 254-933-5400, their local law enforcement, or by phoning Bell County Crimestoppers at 1-800-729-TIPS. Sighting and tips can also be submitted to bellcountycrimestoppers.com.

Of course, we're all glued to our phones these days, so you can also submit information using the free P3Tips app.

Whichever method you choose, you'll be doing your neighbors a favor by helping put away people who could pose a danger to others. There's also a cash reward of up to $1,000 if your tip leads an arrest, so keep that in mind too.

Without Further Ado...

These following people are Bell County's Most Wanted for the month of September.

Thanks to the Bell County Sheriff's Office and Bell County Crime Stoppers for the info.

Have You Seen These People? Bell County's Most Wanted For September

Bell County Law Enforcement needs your help finding this individuals.

Let's help Bell County find these individuals.

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