The heat does things to people in Texas, especially in July.  That's why this month's most wanted fugitive might want to watch out because Texans are serious about hunting down their fugitives.   The heat just might make them more hyper-focused on bringing criminals to justice.

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Jorge Dionicio Hernandez

Texas DPS
Texas DPS

Jorge Dionicio Hernandez is a Hispanic male, 33-years-old. He's 5' 3" and weighs 130 pounds. Jorge Dionicio Hernandez has identifying marks including Tattoos on his back and leg.

Jorge Dionicio Hernandez is in the country illegally from Mexico.  In 2009 Hernandez was convicted of multiple of Driving while intoxicated in Harris County.  He was removed from the US in September 2009.  In July 2021, Hernandez was arrested by Houston police for a false driver's license/ID.  Then in January 2022, Harris County issued a warrant for Indency with a Child By Sexual Contact.

Texas DPS
Texas DPS

Other aliases used include Jorge Hernandez Dionicio, Jorge Hernandez-Dionicio, Noe Vega

He is considered Armed and Dangerous

Hernandez has ties to Harris County including Houston, Texas, and his last known location was Houston.

There is currently a $4000 reward for the arrest of Jorge Dionicio Hernandez. If you know of the whereabouts or have any tips on Hernandez, you are encouraged to contact the Texas Department of Public Safety. You can submit an online tip here.

It is extremely dangerous to attempt to apprehend a fugitive without proper assistance. Always contact your local authorities.

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