Texas law enforcement are always looking for individuals that believe they can run from the law. It is an exhaustive process, with many hours looking for the individual on the run. Sometimes, the search ends up lasting longer than some may expect.

Back in September of 2022, the escape of Brandon Wayne Hogan made headlines across the state. According to FOX 44, Hogan's fleeing from law enforcement took place during a work detail, which occurred at Seaton Cemetery in Coryell County. Even after police widened the search area, they were still unable to locate him.

So the question remains, has anything changed since Hogan's disappearance since last year?

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Developments Since Hogan's Running From The Law

FOX 44 has reported that police in Coryell County, according to Heather Ashley as spokesperson for the sheriff's office, did indeed receive reports regarding Hogan. Unfortunately as time goes on, tips are becoming less and less prominent. With Hogan still at-large, police are of course looking for more information to find him.

There are many ways citizens in the state of Texas can help police locate Brandon Wayne Hogan. Coryell County requested that if Texans have tips that could lead to his capture, you should call them at 254-865-7201. But there are additional organizations you can call.

Other Ways To Submit Tips To Texas Law Enforcement

Texas residents can call 1-800-252-TIPS (8477) to report any sightings of Brandon Wayne Hogan. In addition, tips can be sent to the Texas DPS app or their Facebook page and by sending them to the website of Texas DPS.

Please remember that if you spot Brandon Wayne Hogan, you should not try to take him into custody, as he should be considered armed and dangerous.

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