We discussed earlier in the month of June about Dante Tremayne Thompson, one of the members of the Texas Most Wanted Sex Offenders List. He became the featured fugitive of the month in June 2023, which lead to a higher reward if any tip helped lead to the discovery of him.

We're happy to report that Thompson has been placed under arrest, after a tip indeed lead to his capture.

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Thompson's Crimes And Eventual Capture

According to Texas DPS, Thompson was sought for the crimes of Aggravated Robbery with a Deadly Weapon and Failure to Register as a Sex Offender. Beginning in September of 2022, Texas law enforcement sought his capture after warrants were issued in both September and October of the previous year.

However, in the same month we discussed Thompson, he was located on June 22nd of 2023. Found in Austin, Texas, a tip by an unnamed and unidentified individual lead to the discovery where Thompson was. He was found in an apartment complex, which the location has not be revealed at the time of writing.

Texas DPS states that the U.S. Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force and DPS Special Agents helped find Thompson. Thank to the tip, the previously mentioned individual will receive a cash reward for providing the tip.

But the search for Most Wanted individuals in the state of Texas never ends, and another member will always be sought. Keep an eye out Texas!

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