Unsolved Crime

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Murder

Date of Crime

04/17/2010

Agency

Houston Police Department

Case #/ Warrant

54567310V

Name of Victim

Joshua McMackle

Charge

Murder
Crime Stoppers and Investigators with the Houston Police Department?s Homicide Division are asking for the public?s assistance with any information on Saturday, April 17, 2010 murder of Joshua McMackle. Joshua was attending a party on Saturday, April 17th in the 3700 blocks of Wheeler. A fight broke out and shots were fired. Joshua was shot in the back as he was running down Wheeler. He died at a local hospital as a result of his injuries.

Robbery

Date of Crime

02/19/2015

Agency

Harris County Sheriff Office

Case #/ Warrant

1526007

Name of Victim

Charge

Robbery
On February 19, 2015, Harris County Deputies responded to a call at a restaurant, located in the 6700 block of South State Hwy 6, in Harris County, in reference to a robbery. Deputies arrived and met with the female victim. The victim advised the Deputy that at approximately 2:30 the suspects entered the restaurant and were seated at a table. After the suspects finished their meal, they walked by her, as she was seated at a booth. Suspect #1 grabbed her cellphone out of her hand. The victim wrestled with the suspect forcing her to fall on the floor. The suspects then fled the scene. Surveillance cameras captured images of the suspect inside of the restaurant. Suspect #1 was described as a black male, standing approximately 5'5" to 5'7" tall and weighing approximately 140 to 160 lbs. Suspect was wearing a red sweatshirt with the number "85" on the front and dark pants at the time of the crime. Suspect #2 was described as a black male, standing approximately 5'6" to 5'8" tall and weighing approximately 160 to 180 lbs. Suspect was wearing a grey hoodie with a black jacket and dark pants at the time of the crime.

Robbery

Date of Crime

06/24/2015

Agency

Harris County Sheriff Office

Case #/ Warrant

1596349

Name of Victim

Charge

Robbery
On June 24, 2015, Harris County Deputies responded to a call at a dollar store, located in the 2300 block of W. FM 1960, in Harris County, in reference to an aggravated robbery. Deputies arrived and met with the employees/victims. The victims' advised the Deputy that at approximately 7:30 a.m. the suspect entered through the back door of the business brandishing a handgun. He approached the victims' and tied their hands behind their backs with zip ties and made them kneel on the floor in the back of the store. As he was tying the victims, he demanded to know where the safe was located. While he was restraining one of the victims, his gun went off, and shot the victim. When the suspect realized that he had shot the victim, he fled the scene. Suspect is described as a black male, standing approximately 6'3" tall and weighing approximately 250 lbs. Suspect was wearing a grey bandana, covering his face, a green baseball cap, a black and white short sleeve shirt and dark colored pants at the time of the crime.

Murder

Date of Crime

01/18/2019

Agency

Houston Police Department's Homicide Division

Case #/ Warrant

3654-19

Name of Victim

D’mereay Hogg

Charge

Murder
On Tuesday, January 1, 2019, at approximately 6:30 p.m., D’mereay Hogg was shot multiple times in the 9200 block of Nathaniel Street in Houston, Texas. The victim was killed in an apartment complex near a local store.

The family of the victim is requesting help from the community in finding the suspect(s) responsible for his murder.

Burglary of a Building

Date of Crime

12/29/2018

Agency

Houston Police Department's Burglary and Theft Division

Case #/ Warrant

1637523-18

Name of Victim

N/A N/A

Charge

Burglary of a Building
On Saturday, December 29, 2018, at approximately 2:55 a.m., an unknown suspect burglarized a convenience store located in the 16200 block of the Hickory Knoll Drive in Houston, Texas. Video surveillance captured images of the suspect breaking the front door of the convenience store using a pry bar to gain entry to the building. The suspect attempted to remove the ATM, but was unsuccessful. The suspect fled the location in an unknown direction of travel. The business sustained over $5,000 in damages as a result of the burglary.
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