Jersey Village police capture “Aggravated Robbery – Deadly Weapon” suspect


JERSEY VILLAGE — The Jersey Village Police Department announced today that the department had arrested the suspect of a Jan. 5, 2019, robbery.

From the original Crime Stoppers poster: “Crime Stoppers and the Jersey Village Police Department need the public’s assistance identifying the suspect responsible for an Aggravated Robbery.

On Saturday, January 5, 2019, at 9:45 a.m., the suspect robbed a sandwich shop located in the 17400 block of the Northwest Freeway in Harris County, Texas. During the incident, the suspect came into the shop and bought a bottle of orange juice. The suspect left the shop and changed clothes. A short time later, the suspect returned to the shop wearing a surgical mask covering his face and demanded money from the employee at the register. The suspect told the victim he had a weapon concealed in his sweat shirt. The suspect fled on foot, but was seen in a 2017-2019, gray or silver Chevrolet Sonic Premier. The Chevrolet had damage to the front and side of the vehicle. Images of the suspect were captured on surveillance video moments before the robbery.


Suspect: Black male, medium build, 160 lbs., 6’00″, short black hair and a tattoo on his right hand.”

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