Category archives for: Crime

When stupid is splashed across the county

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By LeaAnne Klentzman   Seems an eastside resident was traveling over the river and through the …streets of a west side hamlet when he ran into the Big Bad Po-po. Yep, that Po-po got suspicious when he noticed a vehicle swerving to and fro traveling right beside City Hall, rather close to some side streets that […]

Second suspect in workplace murder identified

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By LeaAnne Klentzman  Sugar Land Police have identified the second man wanted in connection with the work place murder on March 18. Daniel Castaneda-Gomez, 18, of Houston is wanted for questioning in the mid-March murder of Marlon Alexander Palencia Castaneda at Global Casework Manufacturing, a business located in Sugar Land. On that morning, Palencia Castaneda, […]

Special Crime Alert!

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By LeaAnne Klentzman  Fort Bend County Crimes Stoppers, Inc. will pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the apprehension of three suspects involved an Aggravated Robbery of a bank in the Katy area Thursday afternoon. Three Cinco Ranch banks have been robbed by gun toting thugs in as many months. Capital One was robbed […]

Division of spoils leads to arrests

By LeaAnne Klentzman  Friday afternoon, April 4, 2014, Rosenberg Police were called to investigate an alleged robbery in the 2400 block of Ruby Street, said Rosenberg Police spokesman Brian Baker. “As the facts were gathered, the incident was determined to be a fight resulting from a burglary of habitation which had occurred earlier,” said Baker. […]

Robbery suspect arrested on unrelated charges

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By LeaAnne Klentzman  The man believed to be responsible for the Comerica Bank robbery in the 8700 block of State Highway 6S in late March is in federal custody on unrelated charges. Henry London of Houston has been identified as the suspect in the Comerica Bank robbery on March 24, 2014. According to Fort Bend […]

Hot Topic!

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By LeaAnne Klentzman We routinely talk about flames singeing someone’s tail feathers, but rarely do ya’ see this… Earlier this month, Houston SWAT units responded to a home in far-east Fort Bend County, inside the city limits of Houston, after a resident got hacked off at a delivery dude. Seems this hacked off homeowner couldn’t […]

K-9 dog credited with drug seizure worth half million

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By LeaAnne Klentzman  Thursday, evening, March 27, about 7:50 pm, Rosenberg K-9 Investigator Schnacky reportedly observed a 2008 Ford pickup traveling northbound on US 59 with defective tail lamps. During that traffic stop, Officer Schnacky was given consent to search the vehicle utilizing his K-9 dog Rex, said Rosenberg police spokesman Brain Baker. According to […]

Authorities search for more victims

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By LeaAnne Klentzman  Authorities are searching for more victims in theft cases involving a caregiver.  In November of 2013 Joycelyn Dearmon, 41, of Houston was arrested and indicted for theft.  She purportedly stole between $1,500 – $20,000 dollars from the 90 year old man she had been hired to care for. Sheriff’s spokesman Bob Haenel […]

Special Crime Alert!

By LeaAnne Klentzman  Fort Bend County Crimes Stoppers, Inc. has announced this week’s Special Crime Alert; it involves the theft of construction materials in the Bella Terra development in north central Fort Bend County. This incident began on Wednesday morning, March 12, about 7:48 a.m., in the 11100 block of Saronno Drive in the Lakes […]

Late night disturbance leads to shooting

By LeaAnne Klentzman  In the section of Richmond known as “Freeman Town” a disturbance in progress garnered all the attention of local police early Tuesday morning, just minutes after midnight. About 1:30 Tuesday morning Christopher Branch, 27, of Richmond showed up at Oak Bend Medical Center suffering from a gunshot wound to the leg. According […]

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