Dairy Queen robbed in driving rainstorm
By LeaAnne Klentzman
Memorial Day afternoon, just minutes before 4 pm., as the driving rain rolled through Fort Bend County two masked men entered the Dairy Queen located on US 90A near the intersection of Easton Drive and the old entrance to the Central Prison Unit wielding firearms and demanding cash.
Sugar Land Police spokesman Doug Adolph said they demanded money from the safe and left with an undisclosed amount of cash in a silver Impala. A Sugar Land patrol unit located the Impala in the nearby Telfair subdivision. After a brief pursuit, the officer briefly lost sight of the Impala, although a short time later the Impala and a weapon were recovered in that same area said Adolph.
With the suspects on foot police were able to catch one near a wooded area while three more disappeared into the woods. Police established a perimeter and searched the woods, said Adolph, but were unable to locate the other suspects. However, a witness later reported seeing three muddy, wet men run to a blue Honda Pilot parked at a recreation center at 300 Cunningham Creek and drive away.
Those men were described as black with short hair, 18-22 years old and 5′ 8″ to 6′ tall. One was wearing camo pants and a black shirt with money in his hands.
Alexander Davis, 20, was the one suspect that was arrested at the edge of the woods. He has been charged with aggravated robbery and engaging in organized crime. The case remains under investigation.
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