The capture of Derek Marshall Elmore nearly went unnoticed after an arrest in De Leon, Texas in Sept of last year. Taken into custody by the Department of Public Safety CID office, Texas Rangers and U.S. Marshal’s Lone Star Fugitive Task Force Elmore was considered to be armed and dangerous and a reward of $3,000 was offered for his arrest.
Some folks often think, “Sure not around here.”
Elmore was convicted of crimes committed in Hamilton and was arrested in De Leon so what do you think the chances are he also visited Stephenville, Dublin and other parts of Erath county?
Things like that do happen around here. Below are details concerning Elmore’s arrest and conviction. Elmore was also known by the alias Roy Moreno
SEX: M ale
WEIGHT: 215 lbs.
AKA: Roy Moreno
SMT: Tattoos: “Brady” on bottom left wrist; “Mason” on back right forearm; and tribal sun on outside of upper right arm. Scars: Outside of right eye/right eyebrow, center of chin, and top of head.
FBI #:329886PC9SID #:TX07878872
WANTED FOR: Parole Violation (Original Offense: Online Solicitation of a Minor)
CCH: Online Solicitation of a Minor Under 14, Theft of Property by Check, Duty on Striking Fixture/Highway Landscape
CAPTURE LOCATION: De Leon, Texas
CAPTURING AGENCY: Texas DPS CID, Texas Rangers, US Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force
CAUTION: Should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS!
DETAILS: On September 16, 2014, Derek ELMORE, a fugitive on the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders list, was taken into custody without incident following a traffic stop in De Leon, Texas. He was taken into custody by Texas DPS Criminal Investigations Division (CID) and the Texas Rangers, along with members of the US Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force.
In 2009, Derek ELMORE was convicted of Online Solicitation of a Minor from an incident in Hamilton County involving a girl under the age of 14. He received 10 years’ probation.
In 2011, ELMORE violated his probation and was sentenced to TDCJ prison. He was released from TDCJ in February 2013. In April 2014, ELMORE failed to report his address to parole officers and had absconded.
On May 19, 2014, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles issued a warrant for Parole Violation (Original Offense: Online Solicitation of a Minor).