It's a new year, and while some things are sure to change, sadly, some things will stay the same. There will still be dangerous creeps on the loose, even here in Texas.

Recently, one of Texas' Most Wanted murderers was captured, but there are still many that are avoiding custody. For those unaware, in Texas there are separate lists for most wanted criminals. One list is all about the murderers, notorious gang members, and folks prone to violence. The other list about another breed of monster: sex offenders.

The lists are continuously updated when a fugitive is captured, and the people back behind bars where they belong are replaced with other offenders Texas Law Enforcement is looking for. Recently, three new guys added to the Texas Most Wanted Sex Offenders List.

Meet the Newest Additions To The Texas Most Wanted Sex Offenders List

If you've seen any of these people, you are encouraged to call Texas Crime Stoppers at 1-800-252-8477, or send tips via the Texas DPS Facebook page, app, or website. Remember to never approach or try to apprehend the fugitives discussed, as they are to be considered armed and dangerous.

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The following individuals were added to the list to begin the year of 2023, and all information is provided by Texas DPS:

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Texas DPS/Canva

Rogelio Salinas

Last Known Location: La Grulla, Texas

Wanted for: Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Registration Requirements, Terroristic Threat, and Probation Violation (Original Offense: Smuggling Aliens)

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Texas DPS/Canva

Salomon Olivas Marquez

Last Known Location: Odessa, Texas

Wanted for: Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Registration Requirements with Previous Conviction

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Texas DPS/Canva

Shacory Lee Pryor

Last Known Location: Overton, Texas

Wanted for: Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Registration Requirements, Tamper/Fabricate Physical Evidence with Intent to Impair, Resisting Arrest, Possession of Marijuana (X3)

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To see the full list of Texas' Most Wanted Sex Offenders, check out the DPS website here.

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