Falls Fugitive is a podcast that delves into crimes that have happened in Wichita Falls and the surrounding areas.
MURDERED: Hugh McDaniel & Leon Bragg, The 1998 Gun Shop Murders
On February 2, 1998, Wells Fargo Bank Vice President Hugh McDaniel went to visit his friend Leon Bragg at the gun shop Bragg owned on Galveston Street here in Wichita Falls. The pair would visit, drink coffee and swap stories as they had many, many times before. They were friends and community leaders, well known and well respected. But that day, February 2, would not be like any other day for these men.
Read More: Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers Needs Your Help To Solve a Cold Case - The 1998 Gun Shop Murders | https://newstalk1290.com/crime-stoppers-needs-your-help-to-solve-a-cold-case/?utm_source=tsmclip&utm_medium=referral
INTERVIEW: Senator Pat Fallon
Senator Pat Fallon joins Dave to discuss the passing of Lauren's Law and how he got involved.
SERIAL KILLER: Faryion Wardrip
In December is 1984 a dark cloud loomed over Wichita and Archer counties. In this episode of Falls Fugitive Dave and Caitlyn tell the story of serial killer Faryion Wardrip.
MURDERED: Helen Bass
Description: MURDERED: In November of 1989, the body of Helen Bass was found in her bedroom by her next door neighbor. It didn’t take police long to find and arrest a suspect. A suspect who is still a suspect in other murders in Wichita Falls. If you have any information please submit an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers at: (940) 322-9888
MISSING: Gregory Keith Mann, Jr.
In the very first episode of Falls Fugitive, Dave and Caitlyn dive into the case of Gregory Keith Mann, Jr. who has been missing from Wichita Falls for 22 years. Crime Stoppers of Wichita Falls is giving a $10,000 reward to anyone who can provide information to his whereabouts pending a positive DNA match. If you would like to submit an anonymous tip please call: (940) 322-9888
To young to remember some of the cases. So it’s nice to hear the cases overviews.