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Area Crime Information - Below for information on crimes committed in the past week:
            
           
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            •  Richmond  •  Rosenberg •  County
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NOTE: Any address listing with accompanying information such as (2x) means that the incident took place at two separate locations on the same block the same day. Listings followed by (3x), (4x), (5x), etc. denote the number of incidents.  

Area Crime Briefs

 





Several Game Stops have been robbed in the last several months and law enforcement is asking for the public’s help.

Sheriff’s deputies responded to a Game Stop robbery on Friday, September 4 at about 8:5 p.m., in the 22700 block of Bellaire Boulevard near Texas 99 in north Fort Bend County near the Bella Terra subdivision.

According to spokesperson Terriann Carlson, three suspects, one armed with a handgun entered the Game Stop and ordered the store employees to lie on the floor in the back office. One suspect guarded the employees at gunpoint while the other two looted the store merchandise and cash registers. The suspects were described as black males in their 20s, approximately 5’10” to 6’ tall, both slender and muscular builds. All three suspects wore hooded sweaters with bandanas covering their faces.
Carlson said detectives believe the same suspects are responsible for robbing the Game Stop, 1440 Fry Rd., Katy, Harris County on June 11, 2009 and the Game Stop, 403 Highway 6, Sugar Land, on July 2, 2009.
Anyone with information about any of these incidents is asked to contact Fort Bend Crime Stoppers at (281) 342-TIPS (8477).

Richmond police are reaching out to the public trying to return a purse they found on the street after the fair parade.

Sergeant Lowell Neinast said officers found a purse in the 500 block of South Fifth Street. “The purse contained several items, however there was no personal identification located in the purse. There are items in the purse which only the owner could identify,” he said.

Anyone who lost a purse on parade day please come by the Richmond Police Department at 600 Preston Street to claim your property, said Neinast. However, the owner must be able to describe the purse and contents in detail.

For further information, contact MSgt. Neinast at (281) 342-2849.

Sugar Land police were notified shortly after midnight by a Houston hospital about a shooting that reportedly took place in their city.

As the facts unfolded, the victim at the hospital reportedly shot himself in the hand while trying to defend his girlfriend from two men who were trying to steal her cell phone. Furthermore, the incident is believed to have taken place in the Mission Bend area which is under the jurisdiction of the sheriff. No further information was available.




The Sheriff’s Department is seeking information from the public regarding a double homicide in Fresno.

Sheriff’s spokesperson Terriann Carlson said investigators are still searching for clues in the shooting deaths of Jose, 20, and Roberto Hernandez, 23. They were found in the Fresno area of far southeast Fort Bend County on Monday morning, August 10, off California Road. Although the Chief Deputy said the murders were believed to be gang related, investigators are still searching for clues in the men’s deaths.

“We are asking anyone with information regarding this incident to contact Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at 281-342-TIPS,” said Carlson.

Criminal Mischief 11900 Block River Meadow
BMV 12200 Block Hoggard
BMV 12200 Block Meadow Glen
Criminal Mischief 12200 Block Meadow Glen
Burglary Habitation 11900 Block Meadow Dale
BMV 12000 Block Studivant
BMV 12200 Block Alston
BMV 11900 Block Cedar Form

Reports taken for August 11 through August 16, 2009


66 reports taken in the 24 hour period
1 Robbery - 6700 Fry Road - no information available
2 DOAs
3 Attempted suicides
6 Burglaries
5 CPS referrals
16 Burglary of a motor vehicle


48 reports taken in the 24 hour period
9 Burglaries
4 Domestic violence calls for service
1 Attempted suicide
1 DOA
3 Significant Incident Reports - no information available


56 reports taken in the 24 hour period
1 Attempted suicide
7 Burglary of motor vehicles
5 Burglaries
6 Domestic violence calls for service
3 Significant Incident Reports - no information available


59 reports taken in the 24 hour period
Kidnapping @ 3:50 a.m. Ave A/Louise in Fresno - no information available
14 Burglary of motor vehicles
1 Robbery at 8 pm on Dulles Avenue -no information available
3 Attempted suicides
7 Domestic violence calls for service
5 Burglaries
1 Sexual assault
1 DOA


32 reports taken in the 24 hour period
4 Burglary of motor vehicles
4 Burglaries
6 Domestic violence calls for service


26 reports taken in the 24 hour period
1 Sexual assault
2 Attempted suicides
4 Domestic violence calls for service
3 Significant Incident Reports - no information available
2 Burglaries

Reports taken for July 21 through July 27, 2009

July 21, 2009

34 reports taken in a 24 hour period: 8 domestic violence, 1 burglary, 4 burglary of motor vehicles, 1 death investigation.

July 22, 2009

6 reports taken - no further information available

July 23, 2009

49 reports taken in a 24 hour period: 1 robbery in Mission Bend @ 7423 Navidad, 3 criminal mischief, 4 domestic violence, 2 death investigations, 5 burglary of motor vehicles, 5 burglary of residence or building.

July 24, 2009

48 calls taken in a 24 hour period: 1 homicide on Padgett, 3 domestic violence, 5 burglary of motor vehicles, 4 burglary of residence or building, 1 drug case, 1 weapons arrest, 7 criminal mischief.

July 25, 2009

22 reports taken in a 24 hour period: 4 domestic violence, 4 burglary of motor vehicles, 2 burglary of residence or building, 1 criminal mischief, 1 assault.

July 26, 2009

31 reports taken in a 24 hour period: 5 domestic violence, 5 burglary of a habitation or building, 3 burglary of a motor vehicles, 1 death investigation, 6 criminal mischief.

July 27, 2009

48 reports taken in a 24 hour period : 7 burglary of a residence or building, 9 burglary of motor vehicles, 5 domestic violence, 3 CPS referrals, 1 death investigation, 1 sexual assault.

Sheriff’s Department weekly activity report For 2nd Week of July
Calls for further information was not returned.

July 7, 2009

41 reports taken across the County in a 24 hour period.
4 Burglary of motor vehicle; 4 Burglary

July 8, 2009

46 reports taken across County in a 24 hour period.
4 CPS referrals; 2 Burglary; 5 Burglary of motor vehicle; 5 Domestic Violence; 4 Attempted suicides

July 9, 2009

46 reports taken across County in 24 hour period.
4 CPS; 4 Burglary of motor vehicle; 4 Burglary; 5 Domestic Violence

July 10, 2009

45 reports taken across County in a 24 hour period.
9 Burglary of motor vehicle; 6 Burglary

July 11, 2009

36 reports taken across County in a 24 hour period
7 Burglary of motor vehicle; 1 burglary; 8 Domestic Violence

July 12, 2009

30 reports taken across County in a 24 hour period.
5 Burglary of motor vehicle; 5 CPS referrals; 2 Burglary; 7 Domestic Violence

July 13, 2009

50 reports taken across County in 24 hour period.
1 Robbery at 1:11 am. In 16300 block of Scotch Hollow; 4 Burglary; 4 Burglary of motor vehicle; 1 attempted suicide; 7 CPS referrals

In Court 2nd week of July:

County Court-at-Law No. 3
Bench Trial
#135443 - DWI
Defendant: Rene Enriquez
Agency: SLPD

County Court-at-Law No. 3
Jury Trial - Juvenile Offender
Offense: Criminal Mischief
Agency: Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office

400th District Court
Jury Trial
#48926 - Accident Involving Injury/Death
Defendant: Aneeka Chauhan
Agency: Dept. of Public Safety
County Court-at-Law No. 1
Jury Trial - Juvenile Offender
Begins Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Offense: Criminal Mischief x3
Agency: Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office

County Court-at-Law No. 4
Bench Trial - Juvenile Offender
Begins Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Offense: Assault
Agency: Fort Bend ISD Police Dept.

434th District Court
Continuation of Jury Trial
#44055 - Murder
Defendant: Victor Zavala
Agency: Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office


 

Late Monday night, just after 10 pm, Sugar Land police responded to an aggravated robbery at the Pot Belly sandwich shop in the 1800 block of State Highway 6 S.

When officers arrived on the scene and were told the two suspects were believed to be black males wearing gloves, black jackets, black shorts, and black bandanas over their faces. Both were reported to have been armed with weapons. Officials said, “An undisclosed amount of cash was stolen from the register and safe.”

The peripheral search of the area was productive for police as they located some of the stolen items from the store. However, the suspects remain at large.


Shortly after the start of business Tuesday morning a branch of Wachovia Bank was robbed in Sugar Land.
Police located the suspect vehicle on US 59. At press time a bank robber was shot after he fired at police. No further information was available.


Thursday afternoon, about 2:15, Sugar Land police responded to a robbery in the 2300 block of Cool Springs in the Glen Laurel subdivision.
According to officials, a male was walking on Cool Springs when he was surrounded by four male subjects who demanded his wallet. Fearing for his life the victim handed over his property. With loot in hand the four suspects fled the area in a gold SUV disappearing on Burney Road.
The suspects were only described as black males occupying a gold SUV.

Greenway store robbed

Friday, June 26th just minutes before 9:30 in the evening, Sugar Land police responded to a robbery in progress at the convenience store in the 13400 block of Greenway in the Covenington Woods subdivision in north Sugar Land.

According to police, the armed intruder was dressed in a red shirt, long black shorts, and a bandanna covering his face. Police said when the suspect entered the store he brandished a silver colored revolver then fired a round into the wall of the store to express that he intended business. The armed man got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.

The Sheriff’s scent-tracking dogs were called to track the suspect. Police said, “The dogs trailed the scent down Greenway, stopping short of the residential area, where it is believed the subject entered a vehicle.”

During the week, Sugar Land police investigated a robbery in the 400 block of Highway 6 on July 2 and another in the 13100 block of Brookside Drive on July 3. No further information was available.

Fort Bend Co. Sheriff’s Office - Houston Community Bank robbed

On Monday, May 18, at 1:33 p.m., deputies responded to a bank robbery at the Houston Community Bank located on Us 59 near the Greatwood subdivision.

Sheriff’s spokesperson, Terriann Carlson, said the suspect was described as a Middle Eastern male in his mid 40’s. The man had a slight build and a thin mustache. At the time of the robbery he was wearing square metal glasses, a white baseball cap and dressed in a dark shirt under a dark blue sport coat over dark slacks.

Carlson said, “The suspect approached the teller and placed a note on the counter demanding money.” The man bolted from the bank clutching his bag of “undisclosed” loot in a Nissan Quest minivan. He was last seen headed northbound on US 59 in the van.

Investigators are looking into the possibility that this is the same suspect that robbed a different bank in Sugar Land earlier in the month.

Two local men robbed at gunpoint

Sugar Land police responded to an aggravated robbery Wednesday after two men reported being robbed.

The unidentified pair of victims reportedly told police that they had been leaving a party on Creekstone Drive Tuesday about 10:30 p.m., when a man robbed them with a gun near the intersection of Elkins and Sweetwater Boulevard. The robber displayed a pistol and demanded the victim’s wallets and cell phones.

The armed robber was described as a black male with a “Spanish” accent wearing a black hoodie, black jeans, black shoes and a black bandanna covering his face.

Anyone with information about any of the crimes listed is asked to contact Fort Bend Crime Stoppers at 281-342-TIPS.

Two local men robbed at gunpoint

Sugar Land police responded to an aggravated robbery Wednesday after two men reported being robbed.

The unidentified pair of victims reportedly told police that they had been leaving a party on Creekstone Drive Tuesday about 10:30 p.m., when a man robbed them with a gun near the intersection of Elkins and Sweetwater Boulevard. The robber displayed a pistol and demanded the victim’s wallets and cell phones.

The armed robber was described as a black male with a “Spanish” accent wearing a black hoodie, black jeans, black shoes and a black bandanna covering his face.

Anyone with information about any of the crimes listed is asked to contact Fort Bend Crime Stoppers at 281-342-TIPS.

One injured; two to jail

Two teens have been charged with aggravated assault after a third teen was beaten by the duo at the Jumba Juice at 2148 Texas Drive in Sugar Land’s Town Center.

Police reports indicate that the 19 year old victim was punched, kicked and smacked with an metal chair by two other young men, one 19 and the other 20. The injured teen was taken to the hospital by his parents. The two suspects went to jail. Otto Barroso-Valbuena, 19, and Kristopher Barroso, 20 are both facing charges of aggravated assault. Otto was also charged with possession of marijuana according to police.

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STAFFORD



Stafford police are investigating the death of a foreign national whose body was found late last week on a stretch of Right of Way near Overland and Adams. While police have identified the victim, they are working with the Guatemalan Embassy to notify next of kin. The case remains under investigation.

Police investigating man’s death

Stafford police are investigating what has been termed as an altercation following an incident outside a bar named Studio 59 in the 11000 block of West Airport in Stafford.

According to Stafford police they received a 911 call asking for officers to check a disturbance in the parking lot and that an off duty Houston police officer had a patron detained. According to Stafford police spokesperson Raphael Virata, when police arrived on the scene the club manager and the off duty officer, later identified as T.L Harris, were detaining Syulvanus Okhueleigbe who was laying unconscious in the parking lot.

Virata said Harris and the club manager were both cooperative and provided all the information police asked of them. According to reports Okhueleigbe and a bar employee had been involved in an altercation during the night at the bar. When it was time for the club to close, the manager asked Harris to accompany the employee to her car. In the parking lot Okhueleigbe is reported to have lunged at Harris and a physical altercation ensued. When Stafford police arrived, Okhueleigbe was unconscious in the parking lot.

Okhueleigbe was rushed to a Houston hospital where he died. The case is under investigation by Stafford police, HPD internal Affairs and the Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office (HCME). Cause of death will be determined by the HCME’s autopsy results. No charges have been filed, and Harris has been relieved of duty with pay pending the outcome of the investigation.

FBCSO

No one was available to provide information for the Sheriff’s Department about the reports investigated for the previous week.

On July 1st for the 24 hour day 44 reports were taken. On July 2nd for the 24 hour day 52 reports were taken to be investigated; 10 of those were CPS referrals assigned to 1 detective.

On July July 3rd, 33 reports were taken in the 24 hour period; to include four robberies. The first occurred at 1:19 am at 8306 Ivy Point Drive in Houston the second, that night at 9:38 p.m. at 1500 Hunter Green Lane, then another at 4803 Russett near Sugar Land at 9:46 pm. and the final robbery reported that night was at 10 :02 p.m. at 17111 FM 1093 near the City of Houston.

July 4th deputies took 21 reports and in the 5th a total of 27 reports for the 24 hour period. No other aggravated crimes were reported for the week.

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MISSOURI CITY

Missouri City - WalMart greeter leveled by fleeing crook

A greeter at the WalMart store in the 5500 block of State Highway 6 in Missouri City was knocked down by a fleeing crook as he bolted from the store pushing a cart full of stolen items. The greeter, who was not identified, was not seriously injured. Police are still looking for the offender. He was only described as a black male wearing a white T shirt and jeans.

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MEADOWS PLACE

On July 4th at 1:40 in the afternoon, police responded to a call after an unknown person removed a laptop and camera from a bag inside the reportee’s Suburban in the 12300 block of Monticeto. No suspect information was provided to police.

On July 5th police believe a teenage male opened a back window of a home in the 12000 block of Blair Meadow. In this case a laptop, cash, credit cards and jewelry were taken.

No further information was available.

Police respond to thefts

Meadows Place police responded to a theft on May 6, at 9:45 a.m. at 12220 Southwest Freeway. Then on May 7, cell phone cases were stolen by a woman at the Radio Shack in the 11600 block of W Airport. At 3:39 on May 8, police were called to investigate the burglary of a motor vehicle in the 12000 blaock of the Southwest Freeway.

Police respond to thefts

Meadows Place police responded to a theft on May 6, at 9:45 a.m. at 12220 Southwest Freeway. Then on May 7, cell phone cases were stolen by a woman at the Radio Shack in the 11600 block of W Airport. At 3:39 on May 8, police were called to investigate the burglary of a motor vehicle in the 12000 blaock of the Southwest Freeway.

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RICHMOND

Richmond - Amber Alert issued for Richmond girl

The Richmond police department has issued an Amber Alert for 15 year old Sherry Hernandez.

Admitting that Hernandez did not fall under the circumstances of an Amber Alert, Richmond Sergeant Lowell Neinast said, “We are still concerned as to her whereabouts.” Sherry Hernandez was last seen by her parents at their home on May 12 about 3:30 in the morning. She was not immediately missing by her parents as they tried to find her on their own.

According to Neinast, Sherry Hernandez most likely left her home on foot. “It is believed that she may be in the Houston area with an unidentified male companion,” he said.

Hernandez is a 15 year old teenager that is 5’2”, 100-115 pounds, she has black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information about Sherry Hernandez is asked to contact Detective John Dawson of the Richmond Police Department at 281-342-2849.

Richmond - Amber Alert issued for Richmond girl

The Richmond police department has issued an Amber Alert for 15 year old Sherry Hernandez.

Admitting that Hernandez did not fall under the circumstances of an Amber Alert, Richmond Sergeant Lowell Neinast said, “We are still concerned as to her whereabouts.” Sherry Hernandez was last seen by her parents at their home on May 12 about 3:30 in the morning. She was not immediately missing by her parents as they tried to find her on their own.

According to Neinast, Sherry Hernandez most likely left her home on foot. “It is believed that she may be in the Houston area with an unidentified male companion,” he said.

Hernandez is a 15 year old teenager that is 5’2”, 100-115 pounds, she has black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information about Sherry Hernandez is asked to contact Detective John Dawson of the Richmond Police Department at 281-342-2849.

Fort Bend Task Force busts grow house

A group of law enforcement agencies that have formed a taskforce are responsible for the bust of a “grow house” off Florence Road near Charles Lane on the border of north Sugar Land.

While details remain sketchy, according to insiders, the area has seen several busts of “grow houses” over the last few months although law enforcement types have kept it close to the vest. Inside these structures cops have discovered, then confiscated, hundreds of marijuana plants. While charges may be pending, no information is available.

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COUNTY AREA

One injured; two to jail

Two teens have been charged with aggravated assault after a third teen was beaten by the duo at the Jumba Juice at 2148 Texas Drive in Sugar Land’s Town Center.

Police reports indicate that the 19 year old victim was punched, kicked and smacked with an metal chair by two other young men, one 19 and the other 20. The injured teen was taken to the hospital by his parents. The two suspects went to jail. Otto Barroso-Valbuena, 19, and Kristopher Barroso, 20 are both facing charges of aggravated assault. Otto was also charged with possession of marijuana according to police.

Courts -Man gets combined sentence of 122 years

240th District Court Judge Thomas R. Culver, III, sentenced Jeffrey F. Dorsten to a combined total of 122 years in prison on May 7, 2009.

According to District Attorney’s spokesperson Wesley Wittig, “Dorsten received 34 years in prison in each of three counts of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child and 10 years in prison on each of two counts of Indecency with a Child.” Dorsten, 45, was convicted of sexually abusing several neighborhood boys between 1998 and 2001 said Wittig.

Wittig said, “Testimony revealed Dorsten has a high IQ falling in the superior intellect range and is highly educated with a Ph.D. in chemistry. At the time of his arrest in October 2006, Dorsten was employed by a large international oil company.”

He was also involved in many community youth activities. Wittig went on to say that a psychologist who testified during the hearing stated that Dorsten’s distorted thinking characterized his deviancy and that he exhibits characteristics consistent with being a “fixated pedophile” – the most difficult type of sex offender to treat.

The abuse came to light when two of the boys alerted the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office in October 2006 said Wittig.

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office-Pecan Grove teens arrested

Early Tuesday morning, May 5, at 3:33 a.m., Sheriff’s deputies were called to investigate a vehicle burglary in the 1200 block of Colonial Heights Drive in the Pecan Grove subdivision.

Sheriff’s spokesperson Terriann Carlson said the victim was awakened by the sound of a car horn coming from her vehicle. When she looked out her bedroom window she saw the interior light in her car shining and noticed a gray Dodge truck parked on the roadway in front of her house as well as two suspicious males lurking nearby.

Quickly thinking, she wrote the license plate number on the truck and contacted 911. Before deputies arrived on the scene they found the suspicious truck in the 1100 block of Alexandria Court in the same neighborhood.

Carlson said a substantial amount of property stolen was recovered. Andrew Brasseur, 18, and Zachary Allen, 18, both Pecan Grove residents were arrested resulting in the clearance of some nine other car burglaries that had occurred that night in the neighborhood.

Loitering will get you every time

Thursday, May 7, just minutes after midnight, a Sheriff’s deputy was driving through the Oak Lake neighborhood when he noticed two suspicious men loitering near the Country Store. Carlson said, “Sergeant Brandon Marcus was traveling on W. Airport Boulevard near the Old Richmond Road when he observed a suspicious subject standing near the front door of the Oak Lake Country Store. Knowing the business was closed for the night and observing the front glass shattered, he reported the burglary in progress.

As the Sergeant accessed the store he saw two men inside and detained them at gunpoint until assisting officers could arrive. Sandro Patino, 26, and Aaron Salazar, 27, both of Houston were both arrested and charged with burglary of a business.

Legendary Firefighter’s grandson dies

Wednesday afternoon, May 6, at 4:46 p.m. sheriff’s deputies were called to the emergency rooms of the Memorial Hermann Hospital Sugar Land to investigate a shooting that had just occurred in the emergency area.

Sheriff’s spokesperson Terriann Carlson said when deputies arrived on the scene the hospital security guard handed them a small single shot handgun.

Carlson said it was the weapon “James Derek Adair, 46, of Richmond, apparently used to shoot himself.” Adair was reportedly at the hospital with his wife who had been under the emergency room’s care but was in the process of being released. Adair had brought food to family members while they waited for his wife to be released said Carlson.

“Shortly thereafter, hospital personnel heard what sounded like a gunshot that came from the room. When they entered the room Adair was found lying on the floor suffering of a gunshot wound to the head,” said Carlson.

Adair was treated for his injuries and then transported to Ben Taub Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

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Katy teen found dead; another teen arrested

A missing 19 year old Cinco Ranch Senior was found dead in Houston and his stolen car recovered in Georgia after a routine traffic stop.

Spencer Wallace Vogt of Katy was reported missing by his family on Saturday, March 28, 2009 after he had not been seen or heard from since 3:00 p.m. on the afternoon of March 27. At the time of his disappearance he was believed to be driving his black 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse.

According to authorities, 19 year old Houstonian Lee Carl Banks was stopped in Vogt’s missing Mitsubishi in Cairo, Georgia on Monday, March 30. During the traffic stop Banks was also found to be in possession of a .38 caliber pistol. He was detained by Georgia authorities for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and unlawful possession of a firearm. Vogt’s body was recovered wrapped in a tarp along a ditch near Fuqua and Cullen Boulevard in Houston the following Wednesday.

A detective from the sheriff’s department and Texas Ranger Westmoreland traveled to Georgia to investigate the missing person case. However, murder charges are expected to be filed in Harris County as Vogt’s body was recovered in their jurisdiction.

Cops follow crook to Panama

A February 2008 theft case led Detective R. Williams of the sheriff’s department to Panama in his quest for justice for an elderly couple whose nephew abused his fiduciary authority.

Sheriff’s spokesperson Terriann Carlson said, “Russell Ruble intentionally and knowingly used his fiduciary authority as power of attorney to transfer, with the intent to conceal, funds totaling in excess of $320,000 from his aunt and uncle who had given him power of attorney over their assets.

Acting on a tip, Det. Williams learned that Russell Ruble was hiding in Panama, said Carlson. Williams and an F.B.I. agent traveled to Panama on Thursday, March 26, 2009 where they met with Panamanian officials. Further investigation revealed that Ruble had resided in Panama for approximately 18-months after fleeing the United States to avoid prosecution.

As Panamanian officials researched Ruble’s situation with pending criminal charges in the US and problems with inconstancies on his Visa application, he was expelled from Panama. Det. Williams and the unidentified F.B.I. agent escorted Ruble back to the U.S. where he was arrested upon his arrival in Houston, said Carlson.

Ruble, 54, is currently in the Fort Bend County Jail under a 5 million dollars bond on one charge and no bond on several others. His court appearances are slated for the 268th District Court.

Sugar Land - Police looking for man who used stolen credit card

Sugar Land police are hunting for a man who withdrew some $2,200 dollars from a bank with a stolen credit card. On March 19, a patron at the Japaneiros Restaurant located at 2168 Texas Drive in Sugar Land reported her wallet had been stolen after she could not find it in her purse after lunch.

Police spokesperson Doug Adolph said the victim had gathered with friends to eat lunch and while in the restaurant she placed her unzipped purse on the back of her chair. Her wallet that had been inside her purse was missing when she attempted to pay for lunch.

Adolph said, “A man was seen using the woman’s credit card to withdraw money at Washington Mutual Bank, 8575 West Loop South, later the same day.”

The suspect was described as a 30 to 40 year-old Hispanic male with a thin build, short dark hair and a receding hairline. Anyone with information should call SLPD at (281) 275-2540 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at (281) 342-TIPS (8477).

Richmond - Police still looking for purse snatching suspect

After three months of following possible leads, detectives of the Richmond Police Department are asking for help in identifying a subject involved in a purse snatching.

Sergeant Lowell Neinast said the incident occurred in the Richmond Wal Mart parking lot on January 1, 2009. He went on to explain that the victim was at her car unloading her grocery cart when an unidentified male grabbed her purse from her cart and took off running.

The suspect was described as a white male, approximately 5’4” to 5’6”, thin build, about 150 pounds, short light brown or blond hair, with no facial hair. The fleeing man jumped into an older model black Chevrolet single cab pickup truck that was parked one row over from the victim. He fled the parking lot and disappeared in traffic.

Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact Detective Diana Butinski of the Richmond Police Department at 281-342-2849.

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By LeaAnne Klentzman

Cops nab crook in Momma’s house

Sugar Land police have been looking for 28 year old Sugar Land resident Adrian Nunezdevillavicencio, aka Adrian Nunez, for various other crimes committed late last year and early 2009.

On March 25 police executed an arrest warrant on Nunez at his parents’ home in the 1100 block of Bournewood Drive. Nunez was found hiding in a closet. He was arrested and charged with burglary of a habitation, burglary of a motor vehicle and theft, as well as 10 outstanding traffic and municipal court violations.

Adoplh said detectives believe Nunez stole a generator from a home in the 14000 block of Ragus Lakes on Nov. 16, and landscaping equipment from the back of a truck parked in 1800 block of Cottonwood Court on Nov. 19. Nunez is currently in the Fort Bend County jail.

Burglars nabbed

Wednesday afternoon, March 25, Sugar Land police responded to a burglary in progress in the 600 block of Hillary Circle after a neighbor noticed a couple in the back yard of a nearby by residence forcing their way into the home. The reportee also made note of the unfamiliar vehicle parked in the driveway. The vehicle left but returned and the couple was seen running from the home with loot in hand. A short time later police stopped the suspect vehicle on E. Hillary.

All 3 suspects were arrested. Stolen property described as electronics and lawn equipment was recovered from the arrestee’s vehicle. Two of the three confessed.

Busy Wednesday for Sugar Land police

Again on Wednesday, March 25, about 200 p.m., Sugar Land police responded to a burglary in progress in the 13400 block of US Hwy 59. Before police could arrive the crooks fled in a brown Taurus with the gun they had just stolen from a parked car.

About 45 minutes later, a concerned citizen notified police that they had just witnessed a burglary in the 19800 block of US Hwy 59. The suspect vehicle was also a brown Taurus. This time the witness followed the suspect vehicle. As the caravan traveled north, Stafford police were notified. A traffic stop was effected on Wright Road in Stafford. One suspect remained in the car the other two hit the ground running.

Eventually one other suspect was taken into custody with the assistance of citizens’ directions.

Although Sugar Land worked the case and arrested the crooks, the second motor vehicle burglary occurred in the sheriff’s department’s jurisdiction and they declined jurisdiction, leaving Sugar Land to work both cases.

The stolen handgun was recovered as well as a stash of other stolen items.

Richmond - Local drug dealer gets TDC time

In early March Richmond resident John Arthur Jimenez, 30, entered a guilty plea on several drug related charges.

“Jimenez has been the subject of a Richmond Police Department investigation which spanned several months starting in 2007,” said Richmond police spokesperson Sergeant Lowell Neinast.

“Crack cocaine was purchased from Jimenez on several occasions during these investigations. When officers were serving the warrants on those charges in February of 2008, additional amounts of crack cocaine, powder cocaine, and marijuana were found inside Jimenez’s vehicle. Jimenez was also found to be in possession of a large amount of U.S. currency,” said Neinast.

At the time of his 2008 arrest the vehicle and currency were confiscated. As part of Jimenez’s plea agreement his seized cash and car were awarded to the police department.

Jimenez was recently sentenced to 30 years in the Texas Department of Corrections.

FBCSO - 19-Year-Old man missing

Sheriff’s spokesperson Terriann Carlson said the Sheriff’s Department is alsking for the public’s help in locating 19 year old Spencer Wallace Vogt of Katy. Vogt was reported missing by his family after he did not return home Friday. He was last heard from Friday, March 27, 2009 at approximately 3:00 p.m. Carlson said he was driving a black 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2-door, bearing Texas License Plate FWM-192.

Hi car has since been recovered out of state. Authorities did not identify the driver who took the car out of state other than to say that it was a subject from the Houston area, however she reiterated that Vogt has not been heard from since.

Carlson said, “Spencer Wallace Vogt is described as a white male, 5’11, 188 lbs, brown hair and bluish green eyes. Spencer was wearing a green Hollister sweater, blue jeans, and flip flops. Spenser is hearing impaired and has a light blue star tattoo behind his left ear.

Anyone with information is asked to please contact the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office at 281-341-4665 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers, Inc. at 281-342-TIPS (8477).

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By LeaAnne Klentzman

Meadows Place - Thief rolls away empty handed

On March 17, a man ran into the scrap area of a business at 11950 Southwest Freeway and bolted with tires. An employee gave chase so the thief dropped the scrap tires and ran to a waiting car. The theft was averted.

Two days later Meadows police investigated another theft at 12381 W. Bellfort after two Hispanic males ran from a convenience store with a bag of “stuff”.

On the March 21 a car was burglarized in the 12300 block of the Southwest Freeway and the crooks got away with a cash box containing $1,500.

Police have no specific suspect details on suspect information.

Rosenberg - Woman assaulted in her yard

Monday, March 16, at approximately 1:30 a.m., a woman went to her car outside of her home in 1100 block of Radio Lane and was assaulted by an unknown assailant.

Rosenberg police spokesperson Lynn Munford said the woman was attacked as she getting something from the trunk of her car. “The victim was grabbed from behind called vulgar names in Spanish and punched in the face several times,” said Munford. The robber stripped the woman of the jewelry she was wearing.

The suspect was described as a Hispanic male with a thick accent. He is believed to be between 5’8” and 5’ 10” with a heavy build. He wore a hoop earring in his right eyebrow and has tattoos on both sides of his neck. He was clean shaven wearing a ponytail that reached the middle of his back. However, the sides of his hair were described as buzz-cut short.

Anyone with information about this crime or the identity of the suspect is asked to call Det. Phil Burch at 832.595.3714 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at 281.342.TIPS or 8477.

Sugar Land - Couple robbed in driveway

Early Sunday morning a Sugar Land couple was returning to their Sugar Mill home when they were accosted and robbed.

According to reports, the couple had just pulled into their garage in the 1200 block of Harbortown in Sugar Mill. As they got out of the car two men approached them. Both men were armed with guns; one a pistol and the other a long gun reportedly a rifle. The husband was forced to the ground at gunpoint. The wife was ordered to give up her purse and jewelry by the pistol toting robber.

With loot in hand the two robbers ran away. No physical injuries were reported.

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Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Department - Man confessed in death of child

Monday, March 9, an unconscious 3-year old little girl was taken to Oak Bend Hospital from her pediatrician’s office at the Richmond Professional Building.

Initially physician’s thought the child was in toxic shock suffering from appendicitis. She died a short time later at Oak Bend Hospital said Sheriff’s spokesperson, Terriann Carlson. However after an autopsy ordered by a Justice of the Peace it was determined by the Galveston County Medical Examiner’s Office that the child’s death was the result of blunt force trauma to her abdomen.

Sheriff’s officials were notified and an investigation was initiated. According to Carlson, “During the investigation detectives obtained a confession from the child’s stepfather, Timothy Morales.” 328th District Court Judge Ronald R. Pope issued an arrest warrant for the stepfather, 31 year old Timothy Morales. His initial bond was set at $500,000.

Crack dealer arrested in Kendleton

The arrest of Charles Elder Love was the culmination of a two month investigation in the manufacture, sale and distribution of crack cocaine in Kendleton according to Sheriff’s spokesperson Terriann Carlson. She said the department was led to investigate Love and his Miracle Outreach and Deliverance Church after several complaints by residents in the Kendleton community. The investigation revealed that Love’s residence doubled as a church and the persons of interest involved in dealing drugs were the minister and usher.

Love, identified by officials as the church usher, was arrested Friday, March 13, at 6:30 a.m., after narcotics officers executed a search warrant on the home in the 13000 block of King Drive, in Kendleton, Texas. During that search Carlson reported that officers discovered 95 crack cocaine “rocks” weighing approximately 26 grams and 15 tablets of Hydrocodone. Narcotics Agents also seized $2,430.00 of U.S. Currency secreted in a Bible.

Love, 49, was charged with manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, and possession of a controlled.

Carlson said activity in the area remains under investigation.

Rosenberg - Dealer busted at home

Rosenberg police served a search warrant in the 1900 block Louise. Last week and arrested Gabriel Garcia, Jr. at his home where he lives with his family.

During the search, officers confiscated a substantial amount of narcotics said department spokesperson Lynn Munford. Drugs seized were identified as powder cocaine, marijuana and Xanax. Garcia did not possess a prescription for the Xanax according ti Munford.

Garcia was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver- more than 4 grams and less than 200 grams. He was also charged with possession of marijuana - more than 4 ounces less than 5 pounds, and possession of a controlled substance- Xanax.

Search is on for burglar

Rosenberg police are searching for Tito Perez who is wanted in connection with investigation of a burglary of a home on Miles Street.

Bernardo “Tito Perez” Perez-Vega, 31, reportedly entered the Miles Street home on March 10th and took two pairs of boots, a pellet gun and cash. He is described as a Hispanic male approximately 5’ 11” and is believed to weigh about 230 lbs.

A warrant has been issued for his arrest. Perez is known to be friends with 21 year old Enrique Aguayo, and according to police are often seen together. Anyone with information about the crime or the suspect’s whereabouts is asked to call Det. Randall Leonhardt at 832.595.3724.

Sugar Land - Police looking for bank robber

Sugar Land police are on the hunt for a man who robbed the Woodforest Bank inside the Wal-Mart on US 90A and Highway 6.

Police spokesman Doug Adolph said the man entered the bank at 5:06 p.m. on March 15, and passed a note demanding cash to the teller. The teller handed over an undisclosed amount of cash and the man left the store. Reportedly no weapon was displayed and no one was injured.

The suspect was described as an 18 to 20 year old white male; 5’, 5” to 5’ to 8”; weighing 140 to 150 lbs. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, a plaid shirt and blue jeans.

Anyone with information should call SLPD at (281) 275-2540 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at (281) 342-TIPS (8477).

Richmond - Theft ring sought

Richmond police are looking for information that leads to the apprehension and arrest of multiple suspects involved in a laptop computer theft at the Richmond Wal-Mart.

Sergeant Lowell Neinast with the Richmond police department said, “The suspects took seven laptop computers from the Wal-Mart located at 5330 FM 1640 in Richmond on Sunday, February 8.” Video surveillance captured images of the possible suspects and Richmond police need help identifying the individuals involved. The individuals are believed to live in the Houston area. Neinast said, “One of the individuals involved may go by the name Keke or Keekee.”

Anyone who can help identify the individuals in the photos is asked to contact Detective John Dawson at the Richmond Police Department at 281-342-2849.


Armed intruders failed to rob grocery store

Early on the morning of Wednesday, February 25, about 5:40 a.m., pistol wielding gunmen entered the Kroger grocery store at 3665 Highway 6 in Sugar Land.

According to police spokesperson Doug Adolph, the two men entered the store, one jumped the counter of the customer service booth ordering an employee to open the safe. According to Adolph, the intruders got distracted giving the store employee the chance to escape and call police.  When police arrived on the scene just minutes later, they evacuated the premises then searched the store. No crooks were found. Although they escaped, they failed to get any money. No physical injuries were reported.

The suspects were described as Hispanic males. Both appeared to be 20-30 years old.

Bank robbers arrested

Saturday morning, at 10:43 am, Sugar Land police were dispatched to a bank robbery at the Chase Bank in the 14000 block of the Southwest Freeway. According to the 911 caller, who was inside the bank at the time of the robbery, a man wearing a white shirt, black pants and a black mask was robbing the place. As the robber fled witnesses provided police with a suspect vehicle description and said he was headed south on US 59.

Responding police officers located the suspect vehicle on the freeway as it approached the Highway 6 overpass. The suspect vehicle was stopped on the State Highway 6 exit ramp.

 During a search of the car, the cash believed to have been stolen from the bank, a mask and gloves, were recovered.

 Andres Gilberto Flores, 34, and Henry Rodriguez, 30, both of El Campo were arrested for aggravated robbery. Bond was set at $100,000.

OnStar activation call

Early Thursday morning, about 2 a.m., Suagr Land police responded to a call from OnStar activation regarding an accident involving a black 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe.

When officers arrived on the scene, they discovered that the driver of the Tahoe had hit a concrete barrier in the Kroger parking lot then careened into plate glass windows of the Panda Garden restaurant in the 3500 block of Highway 6.

No injuries or arrests were reported.

Meadows Place PD

Meadows Place police responded to a theft on Monday, Feb. 23, in the 12000 block of Brighton and a burglary of a motor vehicle on Feb. 24, in the 12000 block of the Southwest Freeway, no suspect information was available to police in either case.

On February 27, at 3:55 in the afternoon, a man walked into the police department and reported he had been robbed in the 11900 block of the Southwest Freeway and hit in the head with a gun.  The victim had visible injuries to his head under a bandage.  That case remains under investigation, no further information was available.

Fort Bend Co. Sheriff’s Office

No information was available from the Sheriff’s Department. However, according to their daily report log, on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 35 report calls were taken.  Wednesday, the 25th, 43 reports were taken.  On Thursday, the 26th, no information was available.  Friday, the 27, 40 reports were taken.  Saturday, the 28th, 59 reports were taken, 19 of those were burglary of a building case numbers at the Sugar Land Boat and RV Storage in the 14300 block of W. Bellfort. Sunday March 1, 29 reports were taken.   Each date reflects the number of reports taken in a 24 hour period.

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Sugar Land

A robbery was reported in the 7500 block of Talbot Court in the Telfair subdivision on Sunday February 1. 2009. No details were available at press time.   On January 29, a weapons violation was reported in the First Colony Mall Management District in the 2300 block of S Highway 6. No information was available on that incident either.

In for a dime; in for a dollar

Wednesday afternoon just minutes after 3 p.m., Sugar Land police responded to the Best Buy electronics store in the 16900 block of the Southwest Freeway after a reported theft in progress.

When officers tried to arrest the suspect, he fought back and ran.  Shortly thereafter he was nabbed in the parking lot after a brief altercation. He now faces theft and resisting arrest.  

Do you know me?  

Sugar Land police have released surveillance photos taken during the January 16, aggravated robbery at Capital One Bank, 2353 Town Center Boulevard.

“At 10:20 a.m. that morning a white or Hispanic man entered the bank, displayed a handgun and left on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash,” said department spokesman Doug Adolph.

He was wearing a black ski mask, a gray “hoodie” pullover and gloves. He was described as 5’ 7” to 5’10”, weighing about 180 pounds with a medium build.

Anyone with information should call SLPD at (281) 275-2540 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at (281) 342-TIPS (8477).

Fort Bend Co. Sheriff’s Office -  Teen stabbed in fight

Monday evening, January 26, at approximately 5:59 p.m., sheriff’s deputies responded to an aggravated assault in the 7200 block of San Pablo in the Mission Bend subdivision.

Sheriff’s spokesperson Terriann Carlson said, “An argument erupted between two juveniles and escalated to a physical altercation.”  During that altercation a 15 year old male was jumped by five other teens after he returned a punch. Carlson said it was unclear when the teen was stabbed during the fight.  He suffered a stab wound to his back.

The fight ended when a witness drove by and honked at the boys causing the attackers to run away.

The victim was taken to Southwest Memorial Hermann Hospital where he was treated and released.

A Directive to Apprehend has been issued for the juvenile suspect in this case said Carlson. 

Meadows Place - Former prison guard busted

On January 26, Meadows Place police arrested a former TDC prison guard for fraudulent use or possession of identifying information.

At 11:31 a.m., Roy Lee Irvin, Jr. was arrested for possession of other people’s identifying information as well as outstanding warrants.  A .40 caliber pistol was recovered from his car. According to Captain Gary Stewart, Irvin had recently been arrested in Houston for the same offense.

In this case the victims had no idea their identities had been compromised, said Stewart. According to police, the suspect had already established substantial credit using the victims identifying information.

Suspicious circumstances lead to arrest

On Tuesday January 27, about 2:30 p.m., a male and female burglar team was arrested in the 11900 block of Scottsdale Drive.

According to police, the duo were trolling the streets of Meadows Place in a silver Lexus when they were stopped for a violation.  During the ensuing questioning, officers discovered they were out on bond for burglaries in Harris County. Further investigation revealed that the two were in possession of stolen goods from burglaries they had committed earlier in Houston.

Captain Stewart said removing these two from the street was the result of good police work. After finding two laptop computers in the Lexus, Meadows police contacted HPD.  An HPD patrol unit checked the home where the laptops were believed stolen and discovered forced entry.

“The owners of the laptops were contacted and verified that the laptops were indeed stolen from their residence,” said Stewart. Both suspects were arrested by HPD for burglary. The female was identified as Shakirat Adenike.  She will also be charged with possession of a controlled substance. The man facing burglary of a habitation was identified as Jeremy McDaniel.

Some habits die hard

On Wednesday, shortly before 1 p.m., Don Carlos Elliott was arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in the 12200 block of the Southwest Freeway.  According to police, Elliott had only been out of the penitentiary for 50 days before his arrest.  His prior stint in prison was for the same thing - auto theft.

Couple robbed in driveway

Friday night at 11: 45 p.m., a couple were robbed at gunpoint in their driveway.

Captain Gary Stewart said the couple was in the driveway of their Meadow Crest home when a man between the ages of 18-21 approached them and demanded money.  During the robbery the suspect fired one shot into the air then ran away to a waiting vehicle on the next street.

The suspect has been described as a black male, 5’07”, 145 pounds, wearing black shorts, a white tank top, black jacket, and black shoes.  The weapon used was described as a pistol.

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By LeaAnne Klentzman

Meadows Place

Meadows Place police are investigating a theft in the 11600 block of W. Airport at 8:18 on the morning January 21, 2009. They are currently investigating 10 criminal mischief incidents that were reported over the last weekend.

Meadows Place Captain Stewart said the reports were the result of several car windows being shot out with a BB or pellet gun. Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to contact the police department or Crime Stoppers at 281-342-TIPS.

Sugar Land - Four arrested for aggravated robbery

The Sugar Land Police Department announced the arrest of the four people believed responsible for the November 16, 2008 aggravated robbery at the Sweet Mesquite restaurant on Sweetwater Boulevard.

Spokesperson for the police department Doug Adolph identified those arrested as Carmelita Rose Lubrano, 20, Quentin Levar Sowells, 21, Brandon Joseph Antoine, 24, and Xavier Wayne Griffin, 19. Lubrano and Sowells are both from Richmond and Antoine and Griffin are from Rosenberg.

Adolph said, “Detectives believe Antoine and Griffin entered the restaurant through a back door as employees were preparing to close the business on November 16th at 9:45 p.m. A gun was displayed, and money was taken from a store safe. The manager was struck in the head with a crowbar while opening

the safe.” Sowells was reportedly waiting in a vehicle outside the store. Lubrano confessed to organizing the robbery said Adolph.

Warrants issued for Covington Woods man

Sugar Land police are on the search for a man who frequents his parent’s home at 1122 Bournewood in the Covington Woods subdivision.

Police spokesman Doug Adolph said, “Arrest warrants have been issued for Adrian Nunezdevillavicencio (also known as Adrian Nunez). He is a 28 year old man who is wanted for burglary of a habitation, theft and burglary of a motor vehicle. Nunez is believed to have stolen a generator from a home in the 14000 block of Ragus Lakes on Nov. 16, and landscaping equipment from the back of a truck parked in 1800 block of Cottonwood Court on Nov. 19.

Anyone with information should call SLPD at (281) 275-2540 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at (281) 342-TIPS (8477).

Store robbery under investigation

The Sugar Land police are investigating the aggravated robbery at the Game Stop on Lakeside Plaza Drive.

Just past noon on Jan. 21, Sugar Land police responded to an aggravated robbery in the 1900 block of Lakeside Plaza Drive at the Game Stop.

Responding units learned that two masked suspects displaying a weapon entered the store demanded cash and took assorted items from the store. The crooks ran from the store to a waiting vehicle in the parking lot.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Sugar Land police of Crime Stoppers.

Fort Bend Co. Sheriff’s Dept. - Cash Store robbed

Wednesday, January 14, 2009 at 9:37 in the morning, sheriff’s deputies responded to an aggravated robbery at the Cash Store at 9203 State Highway 6, #100, in northeast Fort Bend County.

Sheriff’s spokesperson Terriann Carlson said, two men and a woman entered the store armed with pistols ordering the employees to lie on the floor. “One suspect pointed his pistol in the face of a store employee and demanded he unlock and clear all the cash from the safe,” said Carlson. All three of the employees were forced to the back of the store at gunpoint and robbed of their personal property.

Loaded with an undisclosed amount of cash, credit cards, and cell phones, the trio fled the Cash Store in a white mid-90s Chevy suburban.

Carlson said during the investigation detectives determined that the female suspect was actually in the Cash Store prior to this robbery. She was described as a black female with a heavy build wearing a gold wig and large sunglasses. She is believed to be 5’4” – 5’6”, weighing between 180 –200 lbs.

One of the black males involved was described as thin, approximately 5’8”, and about 140 lbs. He was wearing an OD green army jacket, a shoulder length, curly black wig, and a black scarf that covered the lower portion of his face. He was armed with a pistol.

The third suspect was also a black male who had scarring on the upper portion of his face. He too, had on a longhaired wig and a scarf that covered the lower portion of his face. He was wearing a black jacket with white lettering and a white ball cap.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at (281) 342-TIPS.

Pecan Grove burglar busted

Monday morning Jan. 12, about 3:27 a.m., sheriff’s deputies were called to investigate a suspicious person in the backyard of a home on Bittersweet Drive in the Pecan Grove subdivision.

Carlson said the homeowner reported seeing a strange man in her backyard after she got up to get a drink of water. When she saw the man he was in close proximity to her back door, said Carlson. She called 911 and when deputies arrived they found Neyu Godwin Nyan walking away from the Bittersweet home with a golf bag, a black bag, and a container of candy in his hand.

Deputies investigated and found that Nyan had gained entry into the unlocked garage and stole the property he was carting off. Neyu Nyan was taken into custody and booked into the Fort Bend County Jail for Burglary of a Habitation, $20,000 bond. Further investigation revealed that Nyan had other stolen property in his car that linked him to 4 burglary cases that occurred that same day on Bittersweet Drive. Nyan is a 26-year-old Pheasant Creek resident.

Richmond

The Richmond police need the public’s help to find two women believed to be involved in identity theft.

Spokesperson Lowell Neinast said, “Unknown suspects have been purchasing items and cashing checks using a Richmond resident’s identity.” Neinast went on to explain that the case was initiated in June of 2008. However, purchases have continued to be made. “The suspects have purchased items from Wal mart in Katy, Academy in Katy, and H.E.B. on more than one occasion,” he said.

Police are asking readers to look at the photograph provided by the Academy store in Katy and call Richmond police if they can identify either of the two women of interest in the photograph. Richmond Police Department at 281-342-2849 or Fort Bend Crime Stoppers 281-342-TIPS.

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