Beasley v. State (1982)

In Beasley v. State, 674 S.W.2d 762, 768-69 (Tex. Crim. App. 1982), the court found appeallant's arrest was made with "purpose and flagrancy" when he was arrested without probable cause and on the basis of nothing more than a missing person report. 674 S.W.2d at 768. The court found the officers had set out on a patently investigatory mission, and on the basis of nothing more, detained appellant with the apparent hope that "something would turn up." 674 S.W.2d at 768-69.