With a state as large as Texas, there's multiple people that live in the Lone Star State. Unfortunately, some of these individuals to make decisions that affect many others. Sometimes, these choices even harm others.

Because of this, the Texas Department of Safety has a list of those Most Wanted in the state of Texas. They also offer rewards to those whose tips lead to the arrest of a wanted individual. One individual is being looked for currently, and his name is Antonio Martinez Gonzalez.

Antonio Martinez Gonzalez Wanted In Texas

According to the Texas Department of Safety, Gonzalez was first taken into custody in the 2000s, with crimes including Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Retaliation, and Burglary of a Building. Later, in 2006, he was found guilty of Injury to a Child, which he originally faced two years of probation, which was changed to six month sentence in the TDCJ.

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Amongst other crimes, Gonzalez is recently wanted for Assault of Family/Household Member by Impeding Breath/Circulation. Following that arrest, another warrant was issued, this time for a Parole Violation.

How You Can Help Law Enforcement

Finding this individual is a top priority for officers in Texas. At the time of writing, the reward for any tips leading to Gonzalez is currently $8,500. To submit a tip, there are various ways to do so:

- Call Texas Crime Stoppers at 1-800-252-TIPS (8477)
- Submitting a tip through Texas Crime Stoppers website, Facebook or app

And remember, do not try to arrest any most wanted criminal. They are to be considered armed and dangerous.

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