Big Spring/Howard County Crime Stoppers Launches Anonymous Tip Service As Proactive Crime Tool
Public Can Submit Anonymous Crime Tips Via Web, Texting, or Mobile Device
Big Spring, Texas., January 6th, 2015 The Big Spring/Howard County Crime Stoppers announced today the availability of TipSoft, a service for citizens to anonymously submit crime-related tips through the Web, a text message, or from any Android or iPhone mobile device with the TipSubmit mobile app. The use of TipSoft is part of the agency’s proactive efforts to prevent, reduce, and solve crime.
Click the link below report a crime anonymously through the Web.
For texting in a tip...Here's how it's done:
You will receive a confirmation text w/your control number. Please allow two to four weeks before you follow up with a similar text and your anonymous control number for status of your case.
Recently The Big Spring Police Department has received complaints from citizens regarding a phone scam. The complaints are regarding phone calls they are receiving from subjects who claim to be law enforcement officers. They tell the citizen that they have missed a court date and owe fines and attempt to collect those fines over the phone. Neither the Police Department nor the Howard County Sheriffs Office are contacting citizens about fines. If you receive one of these calls listen carefully to the name and agency given. Do not give ANY personal information to the callers. Report the call to the local Police or Sheriffs office immediately.
On the 3rd of September 2014 at approximately 4:30 A.M., The Big Spring Police Department / Howard County Sheriffs Office SWAT Team executed a search warrant at 713 Lorilla.
The search warrant was the result of an investigation conducted by the Big Spring Police Departments Narcotics Unit after receiving information of drug sales and probable location of Theodore Rios W/M DOB 4/4/70 who was wanted for a parole violation and was considered armed and dangerous.
The search of the residence produced a quantity of methamphetamine and currency.
Two juveniles previously detained by the Howard County Sheriffs Office have been charged with Arson in connection with the Structure fire in the 8500 Blk. N. Service Rd. in Sand Springs this morning. The juveniles have been turned over to the Howard County Juvenile Dentition Center for processing. No further information at this time.