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CrimeFighters: They are accused of crimes like robbery and cruelty to animals

By Taylor Hemness - bio | email

In this KLTV 7 CrimeFighters, we have three people to add to our wanted board, accused of crimes like robbery and even cruelty to animals.

We begin with a man who's wanted for robbing a pizza delivery man. Tyler police are looking for Brandon Jachristopher Black. He's charged with aggravated robbery after he and two others allegedly robbed a Domino's Pizza delivery man at gunpoint. One of the others has already been apprehended, but Tyler police are still looking for Black, and the other suspect, who has not been identified. If you have any idea where police can find Black, e-mail your tip to crimefighters@kltv.com, or call 903-531-1000.

We also want to tell you about a man that's on the Henderson County top ten most wanted list. His name is Travis Wayne Jones. Police say he's wanted on charges of aggravated sexual assault. He's 5'11", and weights about 130 pounds. If you know his whereabouts, call the Henderson County sheriff's office with your tip at 1-800-545-8477, or send your tips via email to crimefighters@kltv.com.

Finally, we have a suspect from the Jacksonville police department who's wanted on charges of cruelty to animals. Tonna Elmina Hill is 5'8", and 31-years-old. The warrant was issued in November after Hill apparently moved, but left two animals at her old home, unattended. If you know where Tonna Hill is, call Jacksonville police at 903-586-2546, or you can e-mail your tips at crimefighters@kltv.com.

We get tips almost daily on our wanted suspects, and those are forwarded on to the authorities. Send in your tips to help make these people pay for what they're accused of doing.

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