Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week: Authorities looking for wanted - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week: Authorities looking for wanted sex offender

Lewis Duckworth II (Source: Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers) Lewis Duckworth II (Source: Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers)

From Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers

LUFKIN, TX (News Release) - Multiple Texas law enforcement agencies are looking for Lewis Bowen Duckworth II.

As of June 13, 2016, Duckworth is wanted on four felony arrest warrants. The Texas Pardons and Parole Board holds a Parole Violation warrant related to a conviction for Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, there is a warrant in Madison County for Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (State Jail Felony), and Houston County Sheriff’s Office holds warrants for Aggravated Sexual Assault (First Degree Felony) and Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Registration Requirements (Third Degree Felony).

Lewis Bowen Duckworth II is a 60-year-old white male who stands approximately 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 160 pounds. He has gray hair and green eyes, wears eyeglasses, and has ties to the Lovelady area of Houston County.

The images included here are from October 2015 and October 2012.

The listed warrant information was correct when published but may change before being read. Warrants must be verified before arrest. Never attempt to apprehend any suspect yourself; doing so may be dangerous, and Crime Stoppers will not pay a reward to anyone involved in such action.

If you know the current location of Lewis Bowen Duckworth II, call Crime Stoppers at (936) 639-TIPS or click the “Solve This” on the Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers website. Crime Stoppers calls and tips are anonymous and the first, most accurate tip that leads to an arrest may be eligible for a reward.
Crime Stoppers pays rewards in cash but only for anonymous tips submitted directly to Crime Stoppers and that concern information not previously provided to or known by law enforcement.

  • East Texas NewsMore>>

  • Students compete in market goat show in Angelina County Youth Fair

    Students compete in market goat show in Angelina County Youth Fair

    Thursday, April 19 2018 7:34 PM EDT2018-04-19 23:34:41 GMT
    Photo: KTREPhoto: KTRE
    Photo: KTREPhoto: KTRE
    Students who entered the Angelina County Youth Fair displayed the goats they've been raising for the past year on Thursday. Goats were judged on their broad shoulders, chest, their ability to be well balanced from head to tail and their muscle. They were divided into 5 weight classes ranging from light to heavy. Sixth grader Tallon Garcia won in the medium-heavy class of the competition. He said he's glad his hard work paid off. "We built an exercise pen to wher...More >>
    Students who entered the Angelina County Youth Fair displayed the goats they've been raising for the past year on Thursday. Goats were judged on their broad shoulders, chest, their ability to be well balanced from head to tail and their muscle. They were divided into 5 weight classes ranging from light to heavy. Sixth grader Tallon Garcia won in the medium-heavy class of the competition. He said he's glad his hard work paid off. "We built an exercise pen to wher...More >>
  • Salsa competition creates buzz at Angelina County Youth Fair

    Salsa competition creates buzz at Angelina County Youth Fair

    Thursday, April 19 2018 7:16 PM EDT2018-04-19 23:16:51 GMT

    Judges at the Angelina County Youth Fair tasted a variety of salsas on Thursday, and it was anything but mild. It's the 69th year the fair has been held, but this is the first time for the salsa, jam, and jellies competition. Many who entered say they were torn between green or red. "I think it's a lot of fun because some kids don't like to bake but there's lots of different aspects of cooking and so salsa and jam and jellies is kind of a loss art," said Kate Rudasill, a j...

    More >>

    Judges at the Angelina County Youth Fair tasted a variety of salsas on Thursday, and it was anything but mild. It's the 69th year the fair has been held, but this is the first time for the salsa, jam, and jellies competition. Many who entered say they were torn between green or red. "I think it's a lot of fun because some kids don't like to bake but there's lots of different aspects of cooking and so salsa and jam and jellies is kind of a loss art," said Kate Rudasill, a j...

    More >>
  • Lufkin ISD financial officer explains how bond could effect taxpayers

    Lufkin ISD financial officer explains how bond could effect taxpayers

    Thursday, April 19 2018 7:13 PM EDT2018-04-19 23:13:09 GMT

    Soon voters will have a chance to decide whether to pass the $75 million dollar proposal. 

    More >>

    Soon voters will have a chance to decide whether to pass the $75 million dollar proposal. 

    More >>
Powered by Frankly