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Fort Bend crime reports for Jan 1-7


As the new year began so did the crime in Fort Bend County.


(Sugar Land) -

A man and woman were robbed Wednesday night in their driveway in the Barrington Place subdivision.



 A shootout at First Colony Dillards department store on New Year's Eve started as a result of two groups of men staring at each other, according to police spokesman  Doug Adolph.

One man was injured, but has since recovered. Five suspects were arrested.


A 14 year old boy was attacked by 3 older teens in the 16500 block of Lexington around 9:45 Saturday night.

The boy was punched in the face and stomach, and his shoes, wallet and cell phone were stolen.

The incident happened near a Wing Stop restaurant , the victim refused treatment from paramedics.

No arrests have been made.


(Missouri City) -

A Dollar General Store  employee was punched in the face by a teenage shoplifter.

"Store employees noticed the male suspect putting items in his shirt", said Missouri City police Capt. John Bailey.

The teen tried to exit the store located on Texas Parkway, but was stopped by employees who had locked the doors.

The suspect then punched the clerk in the face, unlocked the door and fled.

Police acosted and arrested him shortly thereafter  behind the store.


A 19 year old Houston woman was punched in the face and her  purse stolen at a gas station early Wednesday morning.

She pulled into the Shell station in the 2400 block of Murphy Road at 1:10 a.m. to use the restroom police Capt. John Bailey said.

As she got out of her car, another car drove up and a man got out of the passenger side and came up to her.

"He didn't say anything. He just punched her and took her purse," Bailey said.


(Richmond/Rosenberg) -

Albright pharmacy in Rosenberg was robbed Wednesday around 10:45 am.

Two men  broke in, jumped over the counter, and  demanded vicodin and codeine while assaulting an employee.

Rosenberg Police spokeswoman Lynn Munford said the men had been seen sitting in a gray four-door Ford Taurus with a different color trunk before entering the pharmacy.

The men left with money and several bottles of narcotics .

Pharmacy employees describe both men as black, light-skinned and between 23 and 30. Both are about 5 feet 8 inches tall, between 130 and 140 pounds and with athletic builds.

Anyone with information is asked to call detective Randall Leonhardt at 832-595-3724.


Richmond Police Master Sgt. Lowell Neinast, said officers were called to the 2100 block of George Avenue shortly before midnight Sunday, after a resident woke up and spotted someone inside their vehicle.

The suspect, who tried to walk away from the scene was stopped by officers and found with items on him that had been taken out of the car, Neinast said.

Police arrested 29-year-old Frank Rodriguez of Rosenberg.

He was charged with burglary of a motor vehicle.





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