Megan Boulter: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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Megan Boulter is wanted by the Kaufman, Texas Police Department.

Police in Kaufman, Texas are hoping to find a Megan Boulter, a 25-year-old robbery suspect. They posted her goofy selfies on their Facebook page, hoping that they lead to tips on her location. She’s accused of stealing from a Walmart.

Kaufman police posted 10 selfies Boutler previously shared on her own Facebook page. In each of the photos, it looks like Boulter has different color hair.

Here’s what you need to know about Boulter. If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 1-877-TIPS-KCC (1-877-847-7522) or Kaufman Police Department Criminal Investigators at 972-932-3094.


1. Police Say Boulter Stole From Walmart & Tried to Run Over a Walmart Employee

After Kaufman police first released surveillance video of Boulter at a Walmart on July 2, Crime Stoppers was “flooded” with tips. One of the tips led to the identity of the woman, who was seen with her daughter.

Kaufman Police Department Captain Edward Black told Inforney that they believe Boulter left a Walmart without paying. While she was trying to leave the parking lot, she tried to run over a Walmart loss prevention employee, police say.

Police told Inforney that Boulter then led police on a high-speed chase. She was driving erratically and police called off the chase because they didn’t want to endanger her daughter.


2. She Was Driving Over 90 MPH During the High-Speech Chase, Police Say

Police told Inforney that Boulter then led police on a high-speed chase. She was driving erratically and police called off the chase because they didn’t want to endanger her daughter.

The Dallas Morning News reports that police say she reached 90 mph during the chase. She also passed vehicles on the shoulder.

“She needs to turn herself in before anyone gets hurt and face up to what she did,” police wrote on Facebook.

Black told the Houston Chronicle that no one was injured in the chase. She was driving a red 2013 Dodge Challenger.


3. Police Believe Boulter Has the Assistance of a ‘Male Friend’

In their Facebook post, Kaufman police said they believe Boulter is moving through Kaufman, Van Zandt, and Dallas Counties in East Texas. They also say that Boulter has the “help of a male friend.”

On her own Facebook page, Boulter announced on May 27 that she is “in a relationship.” She lists her residence as Mabank, Texas, a town in Kaufman and Henderson counties. She attended Mabank High School and some images on her page include her daughter.


4. She Faces Aggravated Robbery & Child Endangerment Charges

Police wrote on Facebook that Boulter is wanted on aggravated robbery and child endangerment.

According to Texas law, an “aggravated robbery” is defined as a robbery wherein the suspect “causes serious bodily injury to another,” “uses or exhibits a deadly weapon” or “causes bodily injury to another person or threatens or places another person in fear of imminent bodily injury or death.”

Find Law notes that robbery is considered a “second degree felony” in Texas. The penalty is two to 20 years in a state prison and/or a fine of no more than $10,000. Aggravated robbery is considered a “first degree felony” and the penalty is five to 99 years in a state prison and/or a fine of $10,000 or less.


5. Kaufman Police Said Boulter is ‘Pretty Popular’ in the Area

Kaufman Police Captain Edward Black told the Houston Chronicle that Boulter is “actually pretty popular in this area.”

“We’re one step behind her. I hope she comes in before she gets anybody or herself hurt,” Black told the Chronicle.

Her daughter is five years old. A child endangerment conviction can result in a sentence of up to 20 years in prison in Texas.