All information is from the Bellaire Police Department.
11/10/2017 – 44xx VIVIAN STREET – On 11/10/2017 at 1619 hours, Officer Liccketto was dispatched to 44xx Vivian Street in reference to an aggravated robbery. The victims were working at a house when two black males approached them. Both suspects were armed with handguns and struck each victim in the head. The suspects then fled on foot and got into a vehicle and fled the scene. One victim got into his vehicle and pursued but was unable to follow the suspects due to heavy traffic.
1/14/2018 – 49xx BEECH STREET – On 01/14/2018 at 0850 hours, Officers were dispatched to the above location in reference to a burglary in progress. Responding officers located the suspect in the backyard of 5001 Palmetto Street. During the course of the investigation it was determined this case was a robbery. The suspect was subsequently arrested and charged with felony robbery.
3/16/2018 – 5130 BELLAIRE BLVD – On 03/16/2018 at 1414 hours, Officer Liccketto was dispatched to the parking lot of Randall’s in reference to a theft from a person. The suspect snatched the purse of the victim while she was in the driver seat of her vehicle. The suspect then got into his vehicle, which was parked next to the victim, and was last seen headed West on Bissonnet Street. The victim was not injured.
4/11/2018 – 5133 BELLAIRE BOULEVARD – On 04/11/2018 at 1438 hours, Officer’s T. Younger and D. Norman were dispatched to the above location in reference to a robbery of a person. Officer’s Younger and Norman arrived at approximately 1441 hours and made contact with the victim who advised her purse was snatched from her and the suspect fled south bound on Fifth Street in a White SUV. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect.
4/26/2018 – 46xx BIRCH – On April 26, 2018 at 1031 hours, Officers were dispatched to a robbery call at the above location. Upon arrival Officer Santillanes met with the victim who stated a white male driving a red four door car attempted to rob the victim of his wallet. The victim stated he struggled with the suspect and was able to eventually fight the suspect off. The victim dropped a dollar during the struggle and the suspect stole the dollar as he left the scene. The victim suffered minor injuries during the incident.
5/26/18 – 5001 BELLAIRE BLVD – On Saturday May 26, 2018 at about 0708 hours (hrs), Officer C. Barber of the Bellaire Police Department, was dispatched to the above address regarding a robbery of a person in the church parking lot. The victim was unharmed but the suspects got away with a purse and its contents.
6/4/18 – 5400 HOLLY STREET – On 06-04-2018 at 0933 hours, Ofc D.Rocha (badge #324) was dispatched to the above location in reference to a robbery of a person. Upon arrival at 0933 hours, Officer Rocha met with Houston Police Ofc A. Castillo (unit 17E14D). Ofc Castillo stated he and his partner had received the call and responded at approximately 0925 hours. Ofc Castillo stated he had spoken with the victim and found that the suspect was first observed walking on the opposite side of the roadway of the victim. Ofc Castillo stated victim said the suspect came up to her from behind trying to take her purse. The victim and suspect were both struggling with the purse until suspect pushed the victim and got the purse away. The suspect then ran to a green colored vehicle and drove away eastbound on Holly Street.
6/7/18 – 49xx CEDAR STREET – On 06/07/2018 at 1451 hours, Officer D. Norman and Sergeant A. Hefferin were dispatched to the above location in reference to a robbery of a person. Officer Norman and Sergeant Hefferin arrived on scene at approximately 1453 hours and made contact with the victim who advised he was pushed down and a bank envelope was snatched out of his hand. The victim advised the suspect fled in a vehicle east on Cedar St, then south on Third St towards Bellaire Blvd in a beige four door sedan. Responding Officers were unable to locate the suspect(s) or vehicle.
7/2/2018 – 4700 BELLAIRE BLVD – On 07/02/2018 at 0009 hours, Officer D. Norman was dispatched to the above location in reference to a robbery in progress. Officer Norman was assisted by Bellaire Police Officers J. Clisham, T. Quimby and O. Barrientos. Officer Norman arrived on scene at approximately 0012 hours and made contact with the victims who advised their vehicle was disabled blocking the roadway. The victims stated three black males (possibly teenagers) exited a metro bus and demanded their belongings. One of the suspects placed a handgun into the side of one of the victims. The victims advised they last saw the suspects run west bound on Bellaire Blvd then south bound on First Street on foot.
8/4/2018 – 4300 BEECHNUT ST – On August 4, 2018 at 0101 hours, Officer Clisham was dispatched to the area listed above inreference to a robbery that had just occurred. After arriving on scene and speaking with the victims of the crime, Office Clisham was able to gather a description of the suspects and the vehicle they were driving. While Officers were on scene conducting the investigation, a Houston Police Department undercover unit spotted a vehicle matching the description given and a marked Houston Police Department patrol car initiated a traffic stop on said vehicle. After further investigation, three of the subjects in the vehicle were taken into custody for aggravated robbery and the driver of the vehicle was taken into custody for separate charges. A large majority of the victim’s property was located in the suspect vehicle.
9/10/2018 – 5225 BELLAIRE BLVD – On 09/10/2018 at 0411 hours, Officer D. Norman was dispatched to the robbery of a business. Officer Norman was assisted by Officers J. Clisham, T. Quimby and D. Hollie. Officer Norman arrived on scene at approximately 0413 hours and made contact with the victim who advised three younger black males entered and placed a gun to her temple and told all three employees to get into a storage closet. The male then took money from the register near the drive thru and placed it in a plastic Shipley’s Donuts bag before leaving the business on foot. Responding Officers were unable to locate the suspects.