A criminal in Texas remains at large, with law enforcement seeking more information as to his location. Brandon Wayne Hogan has not been seen since September 26, 2022, where, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety, he escaped from Seaton Cemetery in Coryell County while with a work crew.

For those unfamiliar with Hogan, we have a rundown of his documented crimes via Texas DPS.

Brandon Wayne Hogan's Criminal Record In Texas

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, Hogan was convicted in 2007 of Assault Causes Bodily Injury-Enhanced. He was placed on probation for five years, but that was later taken away, and he was sentenced to five years' confinement.

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In August of this year, Hogan was placed under arrest for Theft of Firearm, Burglary of a Habitation, Assault, and Criminal Mischief. He has remained on the run from the law after previously mentioned escape in September.

How Can You Help Texas DPS

Texas DPS encourages those with any information about the Hogan's whereabouts to call 1-800-252-TIPS (8477), or submit tips through the Texas Department of Public Safety website or Facebook page. Tips are also accepted through the DPS app.

At the time of writing, the reward for helping lead to Hogan's capture has been increased up to $6,000. If you have seen him or any other individuals listed on the Most Wanted list, please contact local law enforcement as soon as possible.

Do not attempt under any circumstance to apprehend Hogan, as he should be considered armed and dangerous according to Texas DPS.

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