The Texas Most Wanted List is always constantly updated when criminals in the state are captured for the crimes they have committed. Some of the fugitives on the list however, end up there for their actions AFTER the initial arrest. One of the fugitives made headlines last year, as police were attempting to locate him.

Brandon Wayne Hogan, placed on the Top Ten Most Wanted List, was originally in custody for crimes, which according to Texas DPS, were Theft of Firearm, Burglary of a Habitation, Assault, and Criminal Mischief. The original arrest happened in August of 2022.

However, the following month, Hogan's actions would lead to him being placed on the list, and no one has seen him since then.

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Hogan's Fleeing From Law Enforcement

Texas DPS reported that Hogan ran away from the work crew he was on in September of 2022. KWTX reports that the work crew was located in Leon Junction, and also provided a post by the Coryell County Sheriff's Office showing more photos of Hogan in an attempt to find him:

At the time of writing, it has almost been a year since he escaped custody. With no new information, law enforcement is still seeking his capture. Here's how you can help.

Ways To Assist Law Enforcement In Texas

This most important thing to always remember that if you spot Brandon Wayne Hogan, you should not attempt to take him into custody. The best thing you can do is to call the closest police department to report his sighting.

You can also send anonymous tips to Texas DPS using their website or app. Their Facebook page will also accept tips. You call also call 1-800-252-TIPS (8477), which is Texas Crime Stoppers, to report any information regarding a fugitive.

If your tip helps in the capture of Hogan, you could be eligible for a cash reward.

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