Saturday evening an observant neighbor in a north Fort Bend neighborhood was able to give information that led to the arrest of two men for burglary.
About 10:30 Saturday night, the sheriff’s department was notified of a possible burglary in progress at a home in the 25300 block of Pepper Sage Lane in the Parkway Oaks subdivision near Katy.
Sheriff’s spokesperson Terriann Carlson said, “The preliminary investigation reveals a witness observed a male suspect exiting the back yard of a neighbor’s house.” After seeing the suspicious man run from the backyard of the residence to a blue Audi parked nearby, the witness immediately called authorities. Deputies responded and discovered several televisions and computer monitors near a broken window in the backyard. Other responding patrol units were notified and an immediate search was started for the blue Audi.
Carlson said deputies located the Audi sedan near the intersection of Scottsbury Court and Windemere Park Lane. The occupants were detained and eventually taken into custody. Inside the Audi deputies discovered the Pepper Sage homeowner’s laptop and stereo equipment, said Carlson. Additionally, she said the suspects were found to be in possession of a handgun and a controlled substance.
The two suspects have been identified as Randall Taylor Burcaw, 19, and Ezekiel Jordan, 22, both of Katy. Both men were booked into the Fort Bend County jail on burglary charges. Carlson said Burcaw is facing charges of Burglary of a Habitation; a 2nd Degree Felony, Felon in Possession of a Firearm; a 3rd Degree Felony and Possession of a Controlled Substance; a Class A Misdemeanor. Jordan is facing charges of Burglary of a Habitation.
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