Texas 10 Most Wanted Featured Sex Offender

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Justin Lane Slatton, Jr.
Up To $12,500 Reward
Featured Fugitive
Captured
Reward Paid!
race: White(Hispanic) sex: Male dob: 1/27/1996 height: 5'7" weight: 165 lbs. aka: Justin Slatton, Justin Lane Slaton, Justin Statton smt: Tattoos: 5-pointed star on left hand, #5 (dice style) on left wrist, Texas shape on right hand, and other tattoos on neck, left arm, and both legs fbi #: 613170ED8 sid #: TX04892500 tdc #: 02005069 Wanted For: Murder (2 Counts) and Burglary of Building
Gang(s): Latin Kings
cch: Theft of Firearm, Burglary of Building, Escape While Arrested/Confined, Evading Arrest/Detention, and Theft of Property lka: 1602 South Koenigheim lkc: San Angelo, Texas Capture Location: San Angelo, Texas Capturing Agency: San Angelo PD
caution: Subject should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS!
$ reward
Reward is increased to $12,500 for tips received on this Fugitive during the month of September 2016.
CAPTURE DETAILS:

Justin Lane SLATTON, Jr., affiliated with the Latin Kings gang, was taken into custody on September 11, 2016, in San Angelo, Texas. SLATTON was added to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive list on June 15, 2016.

SLATTON is a suspect in a double shooting that occurred on April 13, 2016, at a residence in Temple, Texas, which resulted in the deaths of two men.

Prior to the shooting, SLATTON had recently served time in TDCJ prison for Theft of Firearm.

On May 6, 2016, the Bell County Sheriff's Office issued two warrants for SLATTON's arrest for Murder.  On May 10, 2016, the Tom Green County Sheriff's Office issued a warrant for his arrest for Burglary of a Building.

SLATTON's apprehension was the result of investigative work which was assisted by a Texas Crime Stoppers tip received in August 2016, so a reward will be paid.



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