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3/20/08

Help Authorities Locate NewsChannel 11's Most Wanted

Four suspects remain on NewsChannel 11's Most Wanted wall.  That's after your tips helped authorities round-up eight others, now on the captured wall.

Thomas Crumpler is the first suspect we put on NewsChannel 11's Most Wanted wall. He's a former band director at Lubbock-Cooper and Coronado High Schools. In February of 2001, investigators say Crumpler befriended at least three teenage, male students. He allegedly gave the boys alcohol, watched pornographic videos, and masturbated in front of them. When police were notified, Crumpler disappeared.

Authorities say Crumpler may be living in the northeast. If you can help authorities find Thomas Crumpler, call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

Dawson County investigators still need your help to find 43-year-old Michael Don Fulbright. Officers want to revoke his probation for a felony DWI conviction. A jury convicted Fulbright in 2003 of his third DWI, making it a felony. Part of his punishment included probation, which authorities say he's skipped out on.

Fulbright's last known address was in Idalou. So, if you know where Michael Don Fulbright is, give the Dawson County Sheriff's Office a call at (806) 872-7560.

Our third suspect is 29-year-old Daniel Medrano. He's wanted for possession of a controlled substance. Authorities really want him off the streets, because they say he's still using, and he allegedly tried to beat up his girlfriend.

If you know where Medrano is, give Crime Line a call at (806) 741-1000.

We just put 25-year-old Simon Martinez on the wanted wall Wednesday night. He has a warrant out of Lubbock County for aggravated robbery. Investigators say he held up Buddy's Check Cash in Lubbock, last August. The report says the suspect walked in with a knife, demanded cash, and fled.

Investigators believe Martinez is still in the Lubbock area, but they haven't had any luck trying to locate him. If you know where Martinez is, give Crime Line a call at (806) 741-1000.

You can check out all of NewsChannel 11's Most Wanted suspects anytime at the link below. Have your friends and family outside of the area check it out too, because your tip could move our next suspect to the captured wall.

NewsChannel 11's Most Wanted
NewsChannel 11's Most Wanted is a new crime fighting initiative to get criminals off our streets and behind bars where they belong.

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