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Titus County Fugitive Captured In Missouri

From Titus County’s Facebook Page

Garden City, Missouri, apprehended 22-year-old Mt Pleasant fugitive Kolby Dwayne Roach. Authorities acted on information regarding Roach’s location in a cooperative effort between the Titus County Sheriff’s Office and local law enforcement agencies in Cass County, MO.

Kolby Roach awoke to the harsh reality of his actions as he was taken into custody on a felony capias out of Titus County. Roach, who had been on the run for a little over a year, also faced additional felony charges in Missouri for being in the State of Missouri while a fugitive. This serves as a stark reminder that justice will always prevail.

The origin of the charges stemmed from an incident in 2022 when Kolby Roach assaulted a Titus County Deputy during the execution of a search warrant for the arrest of another fugitive who was related to Roach.

A court sentenced Kolby Roach to probation for the offense. However, he failed to comply with the probation requirements, which triggered the capias for his arrest. Since then, the Titus County Sheriff’s Office has persisted in locating Roach. Numerous searches were conducted in and around Titus County, and Missouri law enforcement officials were also enlisted in several jurisdictions.

Fugitives could alleviate a significant amount of stress and worry by turning themselves in at a time and place of their choosing. This is a crucial reminder that delaying the inevitable adds to the burden. Felony capias and felony arrest warrants do not have an expiration date, underscoring the importance of taking responsibility for one’s actions.