Rewards of as much as $35K offered in 1995 slaying of Texas deputy

Liberty County sheriff’s deputy Wilburn Junior “Will” Agy. (DPS photo)
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AUSTIN, Texas (KWTX) Rewards totaling as much as $35,000 are offered for information about the murder of a Texas sheriff’s deputy who was shot and killed in 1995.

Liberty County sheriff’s deputy Wilburn Junior “Will” Agy was killed at around 11 p.m. on April 5, 1995 while he worked an off-duty job as a security guard at a shopping center near Fondren Road and Stanford Road in southwest Houston.

He was shot to death as he turned to confront two masked gunmen who entered a video store at 11092 Fondren Road.

The men were both black and were wearing black masks.

Witnesses said one was around 5-foot-6 and was 20 to 25 years of age.

They said the other was around 5-foot-10.

The men ran after the shooting and were last seen headed north on Fondren Road.

As part of the state’s Fallen Hero Reward—Texas Remembers program, a reward of as much as $20,000 is offered for information about the murder.

Crime Stoppers of Houston and The 100 Club of Houston are offering an additional reward of as much as $10,000 and Multi-County Crime Stoppers is offering reward of as much as $5,000.

To claim the reward, tipsters must either call the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-252-TIPS, text the letters “DPS” followed by a tip to 274637 from a cell phone, or submit information through the Department of Public Safety’s online tip system.