By LeaAnne Klentzman
Thursday, July, 25, about 4 in the afternoon, Sheriff’s deputies responded to a suspicious vehicle call in the 6800 block of Blue Ridge Drive, in the Tara subdivision. Deputies patrolling the area ran across a vehicle matching the description of car in the suspicious vehicle call about an hour later.
According to Sheriff’s spokesman Bob Haenel, “Deputies saw a white Jeep matching the description of the suspicious vehicle make an illegal turn onto Tara Plantation Drive.” That Jeep was stopped for the traffic violation and deputies chatted with the occupants.
Haenel said, “After talking to the trio, deputies learned that one of the subject’s relatives lived in the 6800 block of Blue Ridge Drive.” Reportedly, one of the Jeep occupants dropped off the other two Jeep occupants at the home and they returned from inside with a computer printer and a black bag.
“One of the subjects admitted a computer printer was taken and then they went to a Rosenberg pawn shop and pawned the printer, a Coach bag, and a DVD player taken from his relative’s residence,” said Haenel. The duped relative filed charges and the two burglars went to jail.
Deonte Williams and Christopher Robinson, both 20, and both from the Richmond area, have been charged with Burglary of a Habitation. They remain in the Fort Bend County Jail under bonds of $30,000 each.