The Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public's help in locating the following wanted people:

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Rodolfo Madera Gonzalez, 43, is wanted for Aggravated Assault with a weapon- Family Violence a 1st degree felony.  A warrant was issued yesterday afternoon for the suspect’s arrest after deputies and investigators responded to a female that had been stabbed.

The suspect in the investigation was identified as Rodolfo Madera Gonzalez who got into an argument with his wife on mother’s day because she wanted to go to church. The argument escalated, and Gonzalez is accused of stabbing his wife with a screwdriver numerous times in the front and back of her body. The assault occurred in the 300 block of County Road 6108, where the suspect fled the scene after the stabbing. The victim was transported to a local hospital where she is in stable condition.

The suspect is believed to be driving a 2007 Gray Dodge Ram ½ ton pickup truck bearing Texas License plate number BS9-9021. The suspect is believed to be on the run, and has possibly left the area. The suspect is also wanted for a violation of a protective order, a 3rd degree felony.

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Charles Seth Alexander, 32, from Timpson has several burglary and theft warrants out of Nacogdoches and Shelby County.  Alexander was involved in several thefts in the northern part of Nacogdoches County during the months of December 2020 through March 2021. The suspect is on the run and is known to hang out in the Timpson area.

Anyone with any information on these fugitives are asked to contact the Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s Office at 936-560-7777 or Crime Stoppers at 936-560-4636.

 

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