Court documents state Smith and her accomplice, known as “Luana”, entered the EJ Beauty Supply Store. The victim, owner of the store, watched Smith shoplifting items and place them inside a bag/purse. The owner asked to see what was inside the bag but Smith refused and walked out the store. The victim tried to hold on to the purse, pulling it back and forth, but then “Luana” came and handed Smith a tire iron, which Smith used to assault the victim. Smith eventually left behind the bag, fleeing the scene in a vehicle. As Smith drove away, she attempted to run over the victim. Inside the bag was the stolen merchandise. The owner managed to get most of the stolen merchandise back. A witness was able to capture the license plate of the getaway vehicle, which eventually led detectives to the identification of Smith. Records show that Smith’s accomplice, "Luana", has not yet been identified. HPD#166236320
Smith's bond was set at $5,000 and was assigned to the 262nd Harris County District Criminal Court. Court Records show Smith was also on two other bonds for Theft during her arrest.
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Charging instrument state Powers was working as an Uber Driver, taking the victim home when he “suddenly stopped” a block away from the victim’s house. Powers informed the victim something was wrong with his vehicle and asked for help. The victim stepped out of the vehicle to assist Powers when suddenly Powers grabbed onto her purse and started pulling it. Powers pulled with enough force that caused the victim to fall forward causing injury. Charging instrument state Powers let go of the “purse because people started looking at them”. He then got in his vehicle and drove away from the location.
Powers bond was set at $20,000 and was assigned to the 232th Harris County District Criminal Court.#Robbery #Arrested #HPD #CST #SE Houston Police Department HPD#30847021
Charging documents state Reyes approached the victim, who is an employee of the Polar Express Convenience Store, and asked him for money and cigars. When the complainant refused to do so, Reyes told the victim he would “beat him up” if he didn’t give him money. The victim, afraid, called police for help. Officer Miller arrived to the scene and attempted to gather Reyes identifying information. Reyes then spit saliva onto Officer Miller’s face and her uniform shirt. Charging documents also state after Reyes was placed in the back seat of the patrol car he spit on Officer Smith’s face and yelled profanity. As Reyes was being transported to the Harris County Joint Processing Center, Reyes told officers he would kill both of them.
On March 16th, 2021, the court found that probable cause did not exist and discharged the Robbery-Threat case. Reyes is scheduled for court on 06/15/2021. HPD#345463-21
On June 11th, 2020 Sierra broke into an apartment located near 7200 Bellerive Dr. not knowing that someone was inside. 12 year old victim was home alone while his mom briefly left the apartment. The victim heard who he thought was his mother in the kitchen. He walked to the kitchen and was quickly approached by the suspects who had knifes. Suspect Sierra had a knife and told the 12 year old to “relax” while they finished taking personal belongings, keys, and money. The suspects then fled. Sierra would later be arrested when she returned the next day and attempted to steal the victim’s father vehicle.
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