Austin cops looking for a hate crime suspect after he failed to appear in court for a hate crime.

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Austin cops looking for a hate crime suspect after he failed to appear in court for a hate crime.
Austin cops looking for a hate crime suspect after he failed to appear in court for a hate crime.

Highlights:

  • The cops are looking for the fourth suspect who did not appear in the court for the hate crime against a gay couple.
  • Sources reveal that Macias posted threatening and dangerous comments on social media towards the District Attorney’s Office and law enforcement.
  • Crime Stoppers will reward $1,000 to those who help them in arresting the suspect.

Inside Story:

Currently, the Austin Police Department are searching for the suspect of the hate crime who got accused of making threatening comments about the Travis County District Attorney’s Office and law enforcement. On January 19, 2019, the cops received a call around 2:30 am, where two men got injured near West 3rd Street and Congress Avenue. According to the witness’s report, two men were having a verbal fight with a group of 4 men, which turned into a physical one.

Later on, both men were taken for treatment at the hospital. In February 2019, a Georgetown man Macias admitted, that morning, he along with the other three men attacked Spencer Deering and Tristan Perry when they left the bar. According to the sources, the people Macias named included 21 years old Quinn O’Connor and Kolby Monnel along with his 20 years old brother Miguel. The law enforcement arrested all the suspects. Previously, it was reported that Perry and Deering told the cops that an individual from a group of men passed them and shouted homophobic slurs at the gay men.

Investigation Story

The investigators are stating the case as a hate crime against the gay couple. After the investigation, the cops charged all four-man under custody along with the 23 years old Frank Macias. Currently, the cops are asking for the citizens to help them in locating Macias when he did not turn himself in jail. APD revealed that they had two outstanding warrants of assaults with a deadly weapon in the Crime case.

APD also stated that Macias made some threatening and dangerous comments on social media towards the District Attorney’s Office and law enforcement. The Travis County DA’s office reported that the cops filed the latest arrest warrant for giving threats. Moreover, a virtual hearing was also held for the case, where Macias’s bond got revoked. Moreover, the court told him to turn himself into jail. 

Verdict

Macias has still not surrendered, so anyone, who has and details about whereabouts, then please contact Capital Area Crime Stoppers. The citizens can submit any report or tip on 512-472-TIPS. People who help them to reach Macias and arrest him will receive a reward of $1,000 cash.

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