ID The Criminal, Not Yourself
If you have information about any of the fugitives featured throughout the Tri-County news media, or any other felony crime, just call:
Click on the link below to view our Featured Felons for the week.
Thank you for a good year in 2014. Thanks to your efforts in following up on Crime Stoppers tips we closed out 2014 with 12 cases solved, 29 arrests (new charges), 74 fugitives arrested, around $29,000 in recovered stolen property and $2,320 in seized drugs. To date - Montgomery County Crime Stoppers has recorded $15,950,728 in recovered property and drugs due to tips that were received.
Montgomery County Crime Stoppers is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to help keep Montgomery County a safe place to live, work, and play. Our mission is to work with area law enforcement agencies, the news media, and members of the public to publicize and gain intelligence on felony crimes occurring in Montgomery County and to assist in the apprehension of felony fugitives, wanted or residing in Montgomery County.
Law Enforcement – Montgomery County Crime Stoppers works with Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement, operating within Montgomery County, by helping to publicize felony crimes and wanted felons. While publicizing the information we add that any citizen, with information, can call our tip line, at any time, and anonymously leave information in reference to the crime or location of the wanted felon. Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards for information that leads to the arrest or indictment of any felony suspect as an added incentive.
News Media – Montgomery County Crime Stoppers works with local new media outlets to assist area law enforcement in publicizing information about felony crimes or felony fugitives.
The Public – Montgomery County Crime Stoppers works with the public by giving everyone an opportunity to share information about felony crimes while remaining anonymous. This aspect of Crime Stoppers is the most important. Most people want to help keep their communities safe but do not want to get involved to the point where they might have to testify in court or possibly face retaliation from the suspects.