On Monday, July 23, 2018 at around 5 am, the complainant was walking to his vehicle (shortly after it had been broken into) at his apartment complex, located at 9000 Almeda, in Houston, Texas. The complainant stated that he was walking in the parking lot when he was approached by two black males, who were both armed with handguns. The suspects pointed their handguns at the victim and demanded his keys and wallet. The suspects then forced the complainant to lie on the ground and then kicked him in the head. The suspects took the victims keys and wallet and located his vehicle by using the panic button on the alarm. The suspects then fled in his Toyota Tundra, which was later recovered at the 9700 block of Ferdninand Street. HPD case #935088-18
Suspect #1: Black male, high school age 15 to 19 years old, 5’6-5’7, thin, 150 to 160 pounds. White and gray hoodie.Suspect #2: Black male, high school age 15 to 19 years old, 5’6-5’7, thin, 150 to 160 pounds.
On Saturday, May 26, 2018 at 9 pm, the complainant had just exited her vehicle at 2111 Holly Hall, in Houston, Texas. The complainant was walking to her apartment with several bags of groceries when she was approached by two unknown black males. The complainant said that one of the suspects demanded her keys, at which time she started to scream. The complainant stated that the second suspect told her to shut up for he would shut her up. The suspects then grabbed the complainant’s car keys and ran to her vehicle in an attempt to steal it. The complainant ran up to the suspects while they were attempting to gain entry into her car and was punched in the face by the suspect wearing a black shirt. The suspects then gave up on stealing the vehicle and ran away through the apartment complex. HPD case #668712-18
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