Texas’ Most Wanted Sex Offender May Be Headed Out of State
The Texas Department of Public Safety is offering a $13,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of one of the state's most wanted monsters.
62-year-old David Sauceda Medina is DPS's Featured Fugitive for August, and his crimes hit close to home.
Ten years ago, Medina was convicted of sexual battery of a 12-year-old in Florida. He only served a year in prison for that crime, and in 2010 victimized a 7-year-old child in Travis County. He served six years for that.
Most recently, he preyed up on a young child in Killeen.
Needless to say, this creep needs to be found and stopped.
Unfortunately, authorities believe he may have fled Texas and could either be on his way to Chicago or already hiding out there. He reportedly has family ties in the city.
If you recognized Medina or have any information that might prove helpful in his capture, please call 1-800-252-TIPS or contact your local police department. Authorities say he should be considered armed and dangerous, so you should absolutely not try to apprehend him yourself.