Recently, we discussed a man on Texas Most Wanted list, Matthew Hoy Edgar. He was the only male on the on the list wanted for murder. He had been on the run Texas law for a elongated period of time.

Since January 27th, 2022,  law enforcement had been looking for Edgar. However, it seems like Texas law enforcement finally found the lead they were looking for, because Edgar has now been found.

Edgar Captured In Sabine, Texas

On Thursday, December 29th, 2022, law enforcement in Sabine made the announcement on social media that Edgar had been captured:

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A "job well done" must be said to fine members of the US Marshall Service that brought this individual into custody. It couldn't have been easy to arrest this individual whose been on the run for very long period of time. Our state is much safer now he will be sentenced for his crimes.

But this is just one of the many on the Most Wanted list for Texas.

Others Who Are Still On The Run

Edgar was one of two individuals wanted for murder on the list. Now, there is just one individual still on the run, and she also is the only woman on the list. Margaret Smith is now the only person on the list wanted for murder in the state of Texas.

If you know anything regarding Margaret Smith, please call Texas Crime Stoppers, 1-800-252-TIPS, or submit tips to the Texas Department of Public Safety on their website or app.

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