Hill Country Area Crime Stoppers Serving
Law Enforcement & School Campuses
in the Texas Hill Country
Burnet, Llano, Blanco, Mason, and Lampasas Counties 
1-866-756-TIPS (8477)

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Call 1-866-756-TIPS (8477) or Send a Tip On-Line Send a tip online

We now have SMS Text Messages  send to CRIMES (274637) then Tip218 and your message then hit send


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You will be given a special code number.
You can send a tip about any criminal activity that you know of.
Give the call taker as much detailed information as possible.

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Crime Stoppers...
Citizens, Law Enforcement, and the Media working together to make our community a safer place to live!

 

Hill Country Area Crime Stoppers is a volunteer nonprofit organization 501c (3) and is funded through donations from the public

Send all TAX DEDUCTIBLE donations to

Hill Country Area Crime Stoppers

Dorothy (Dee) Spinks, Chairman

P.O. Box 986

Marble Falls, Texas 78654

 

Crime Alert More Info >
Wanted Numerous warrants Burnet County included Escape

Nuana Antonio Fuentes-Sanchez H/M

Missing Person - Murder Llano County, Texas   

Holly Simmons was missing from her home in Buchanan Dam, Texas in 2006 and her body was found in Inks Lake in July of 2009ryrsus 

Wanted More Info >>
Check Current Warrants
For Burnet, Llano & Blanco counties
Cold Cases More Info >>
Missing person 11/30/09

Trey Allen Noah w/m 20yrs from home in Kendalia, Texas

Cold Case/Homicide 2/6/08

Alan Wayne Huggins was found murdered at the Scheffer Bend Park in Burnet County,Tx.

Cold Case/Homicide 03/20/06

Jimmy Schuessler of Mason, Tx. was found murdered in his home in October of 2001

Solved Cases More Info >>
FATAL HIT AND RUN BOAT ACCIDENT

sLampasas, Tx. suspect arrested awaiting trail

HOMICIDE SUSPECT has been arrested 10/10/05 in Austin, Texas  Brooke "Brooklin" Roberts was found in her vehicle a victim of foul play in the Marble Falls, Texas area.

BURGLARY OF STORAGE UNITS 6/8/05 ed Checks s
 Storage units broken into on Hwy 281 S. of Marble Falls, Texas possession taken valued at $25,000.

 

In the News More Info >>
SMS Text Messaging now available  send to CRIMES (274637) then Tip218 and your text message then hit send

Lampasas Crime Stoppers has merged with Hill Country Area Crime Stoppers We

We now have our Safe School program in Burnet, Marble Falls, Llano, Blanco, Johnson City, Mason, Lampasas and Lometa ISD It allows student, staff and parents to help stop crime with a safe and anonymous tool. Tip line 1-866-8477 or online and text to crimes then tip218 with message and send.

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Hill Country Area Crime Stoppers at Attorney General Gregg Abbott Conference 2008
February 25-26, 2008 Chair Dorothy (Dee) Spinks and Coordinator Janie Prew attended Texas Safe School and Healthy Students Summit hosted by Texas Attorney General Gegg Abbott in Corpus Christi, Texas

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