We've discussed in the past criminals in Texas who are running from the law for the crimes they've committed. There's also many in Bell County who, at the time of writing, are also hiding. But there's a multitude of criminals in the state of Texas, and some don't always get the attention needed to be apprehended.

Many of these criminals have committed a felony, and although they no longer feature in the top ten of most wanted in Texas, they are still highly sought out by State law enforcement. They could even be wanted in other states or even other countries.

It is important to note that if see any of these individuals, you should call police or law enforcement immediately. You should not under any circumstance try to take the person into custody. All individuals on the list below should be considered armed and dangerous as well.

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Much like the Texas Most Wanted, there is a cash reward for anyone who helps law enforcement find any of these fugitives of the law. There are many ways to report as well.

Citizens are encouraged to call Texas Crime Stoppers at 1-800-252-8477. Or report a sighting at the Texas 10 Most Wanted website or on their Facebook page. Texans can also submit tips via the DPS mobile app.

All information is provided by the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Texas Still Needs Your Help: More Wanted Criminals in The State

There are still criminals that remain in hiding from law enforcement. Have you seen these individuals?

Once again, if you have seen any of the individuals listed, you are encouraged to report the sighting as soon as possible so that these criminals can be apprehended.

Texas Crime Statistics By City

Check to see how crime compares in your city versus elsewhere.

Bet You Didn't Know: 10 Bizarre Texas Laws Still on the Books

Many states still have strange laws on the books that aren’t enforced or taken seriously anymore, and Texas is no exception.

Most of these laws are just funny now, but at one time, there was a valid (or at least somewhat valid) reason for them to exist.

Texas has plenty of strange rules and regulations that you could technically be prosecuted for if you violate them, since they've never been amended. Some of these are only for specific cities and not state-wide, but all of them are pretty odd!

Let's take a look at 10 of the weirdest ones in the Lone Star State.

The Most Dangerous City in Texas for 2022 May Surprise You

According to FBI statistics, Texas had 438 violent crimes and 2,562 property crimes per 100,000 residents as of this year. For every 100,000 residents, there are 224 police officers statewide.

Crime rates are expressed as the number of incidents per 100,000 people.

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