AUSTIN (March 17, 2009)-The Texas Department of Public Safety has revised its Ten Most Wanted list, adding a Waco man.
Binus Jackson, IV, 40, is wanted for two parole violation counts of aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.
Jackson, IV also faces charges of DWI, Forgery and Robbery.
Jackson, IV’s is 5’11” and weighs around 200lbs.; his last known address is 616 Tyler Street in Waco.
On November 29, 2008, Jackson entered an EZ Loan business in Fort Worth, Texas, and claimed to have a gun in his jacket. He demanded cash from the employee and left the store with the money. He was observed changing clothes as he fled the scene.
On October 28, 2008, Jackson entered a gas station in Bellmead, Texas, and threatened an employee by displaying a handgun. He demanded cash and fled the scene in a vehicle, which was subsequently recovered by local police.
On October 16, 1989, Binus Jackson, IV, entered a bakery in Waco, Texas, and threatened the clerk with a knife. He demanded cash from the register and fled on foot. On December 13, 1989, Jackson entered another place of business in Waco, Texas, and threatened the clerk with a knife and demanded cash. He was arrested later the same day and charged with both offenses.
Police consider Jackson, IV armed and dangerous.
If you have information as to the whereabouts of Binus Jackson, IV, you are asked to contact TEXAS CRIME STOPPERS, 24 hours a day, at:
You DO NOT have to give your name, and your information could earn you a $1,000 CASH REWARD.
The Texas Department of Public Safety advises NEVER attempt to apprehend a fugitive yourself.