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Card cracking schemes on the rise in the Houston area

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.

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App helps Crime Stoppers stop crimes before they happen

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.

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31st annual National Night Out for law officers and community

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.

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Stolen identities used for utility fraud

Police are warning the public about a new way thieves are using stolen personal information.

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Fort Bend Crime Stoppers offers reward for accused home invaders

The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office is looking for several men accused of committing an aggravated robbery.

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Pasadena police: Salvation Army trailer stolen

An enclosed utility trailer is stolen from a Salvation Army location, according to the Pasadena Police Department. 

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Thieves steal pricey tools from NE Houston business

Kas Brokerage employees are struggling at work Monday without necessary items to perform their jobs.

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Bride-to-be accused of credit card abuse

A bride-to-be is facing serious charges days before her big wedding day.

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Money, resources being sent to Texas border

As Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and a contingent of senior federal officials toured immigration facilities in South Texas, the White House announced that an influx of money…

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Duo steals identity of woman's son, goes on shopping spree

"I received a phone call from Target." That phone call from Target's Fraud Department was Jo's first clue that her son's identity had been stolen.

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