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Police, CrimeStoppers seeking fugitives

Rockdale Police and Milam County CrimeStoppers are teaming up to enlist the public’s aid in finding two men, wanted from crimes last month and early this summer.

BLAYLOCK—Tyrone Blaylock, 28, of Cameron is one of two suspects in a Thanksgiving week aggravated robbery at a residence in the 100 block of FM 487.

Police said the female victim in the incident reported two black males came to the residence and demanded money with one brandishing a pistol.

“ They f led on foot with an undetermined amount of cash and other items,” Lt. J. D. Newlin said.

DEERE—Police are searching for Christopher Paul Deere, 37, since late June on a charge of sexual assault.

Newlin said the charge is in connection with an incident involving a 15-year-old female.

The suspect was named in a warrant but is believed to have fled, according to Newlin.

Anyone w ith knowledge of Deere’s whereabouts is asked to call Milam County CrimeStoppers at 1-888-697-TIPS (8477) or Rockdale police at 512-446-3436.

ARRESTS— Other felony arrests during the past week included:

• Lora Ann Brown, 49, Milano, credit card-debit card abuse, magistration had not been completed as of presstime.

• Milissa Marie Golleher, 28, Rockdale, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance (less than one gram), motion to revoke for driving while intoxicated, in custody on $12,500 bond.

• John L. Robertson Jr., 36, Rockdale, outstanding warrant for non-payment of child support, bond set at $4,000, in custody.

ACCIDENTS—No accidents were investigated inside the city limits during the seven-day reporting period.

WARRANTS—Police served four adult warrants during the past week, one for theft and three on traffic offenses.

JUVENILES—Police served one juvenile warrant during the past week, for an offense of making a false report to a peace officer.

One citation for indecent exposure was issued to a juvenile.

CITATIONS—Traffic citations issued during the week included seven for speeding, three each for expired MVI sticker and disregarding a traffic control device, two for no seat belt and one each for running a stop sign, expired registration, and no liability insurance.

SERVICE CALLS—Police responded to 126 service calls during the past seven days and 85 calls through the 911 emergency system.


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