Identify Article 14.01 and Article 18.16 of The Texas Code of Criminal Procedure

Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 14.01 allows any person to make an arrest without a warrant under certain circumstances.  The requirements are:

  1. A felony or 
  2. An immediate breach of the peace committed within the view of the security officer.

Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 14.01:


A peace officer or any other person, may, without a warrant, arrest an offender when the offense is committed in his presence or within his view, if the offense is one classed as a felony or as an offense against the public peace.

Article 18.16 of the Code of Criminal Procedure:

 

PREVENTING CONSEQUENCES OF THEFT. Any person has a right to prevent the consequences of theft by seizing any personal property that has been stolen and bringing it, with the person suspected of committing the theft, if that person can be taken, before a magistrate for examination, or delivering the property and the person suspected of committing the theft to a peace officer for that purpose. To justify a seizure under this article, there must be reasonable ground to believe the property is stolen, and the seizure must be openly made and the proceedings had without delay.