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EMAIL A TIP TO HOUSTON POLICE ROBBERY






On Wednesday, August 10, 2016 at around 7:07 AM, the complainant was babysitting two children at a residence at the 4300 block of Oxford, in Houston, Texas. The complainant responded to a knock at the front door and was assaulted by the suspect as she opened the door. The suspect then forced his way into the house and placed what the complainant believed to be a barrel of a gun onto her back. The suspect ransacked the house, removing several items, and then left in an unknown direction. HPD Case #1025664-16

 
On Wednesday, July 6, 2016, the complainant was involved in a minor motor vehicle accident the suspect at the 7500 block of W. Gulf Bank, in Houston, Texas. The suspect the assaulted the complainant with a machete, causing serious bodily injury. The suspect possibly speaks with Cuban accent and was driving a white truck. HPD case #867606-16.

Suspect broke into an apartment at 721 Richie, Pasadena, and took a nine-year-old girl From her bedroom. The girl awoke as the suspect was carrying her down the stairs. She got loose and even though the mother came out and picked her up, this suspect continued to try and snatch her away from her mother. Investigator is J.H. Groce, 713-475-7200. Pasadena P.D. 16-14921.
 





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