Customers who shop at high-end stores like Louis Vuitton and Chanel in the Houston Galleria may not know thieves are targeting them, watching their every move, waiting for the right moment to strike…
The Coast Guard arrested three men and seized two fishing boats in waters off south Texas on Friday.
Houston police have made 160 arrests for crimes associated with bank jugging as of last month. The crimes are happening so frequently police are now educating Harris County prosecutors who handle…
Shopping is not a crime, but police say it becomes one when you’re caught shopping on someone else’s dime, using a debit card number that doesn't belong to you.
Lt. Gary Spurger, of Precinct 4's High Tech Criminal Investigations Unit, says more and more, criminals are getting caught because of cloud technology.
A local woman who is blind said her credit is destroyed after her identity was stolen. Police want you to see the surveillance video of the suspect in order to catch her.
If you've had it with skyrocketing bank fees, a new crime trend hitting the Houston area is partly to blame. Harris County financial crimes investigators say card cracking cases are on the rise.
From vicious, bloody fights in the classroom to mass shootings on campus to contract killings being plotted in high school, crime on school campuses has reached a whole new level.
Tuesday is the 31st National Night Out. The event gives officers a chance to meet and mingle with the community and raise awareness about programs like drug prevention and neighborhood crime.
Police are warning the public about a new way thieves are using stolen personal information.
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