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Theft & Property Crimes Archives

4 accused of Texas bicycle theft ring

On Jan. 13, Texas authorities announced that a high-end bicycle theft ring that allegedly resulted in $70,000worth of stolen property was busted. Four individuals who were accused of being involved were identified as a 20-year-old woman, a 30-year-old man, a 34-year-old man and a 49-year-old man. The men were reportedly in custody, though the accused woman was not.

Texas woman charged with allegedly impersonating an officer

A Houston man reported that a woman allegedly robbed him in his home while impersonating a police officer on Nov. 26. He reported to police that he spotted her outside of his North Houston apartment complex in a black SUV upon arriving home after withdrawing $1,300 from a Bank of America ATM. He believes that she followed him home from the bank at 12400 North Freeway.

Texas man returns to site of his alleged crimes, tries to buy gas

According to the Bridge City Police Department, officers detained a 22-year-old man in relation to a Dec. 30 robbery of a gas station convenience store. The armed incident was reported into authorities at approximately 10:50 p.m., officials said.

Former secretary sentenced for stealing $1 million

According to a Sept. 4 report, a woman who worked as a secretary for a Texas-based company was charged and sentenced for allegedly stealing approximately $1 million. She was received a 10-year prison sentence after she pleaded no contest in a plea deal in June.

2 detained in connection with theft of crosses in Texas

A 26-year-old woman has been taken into custody based on video footage and leads in the community of Joshua, where crosses were taken from the front area of a home. The incident allegedly occurred as the family living in the home was sleeping. According to officials, the family's video captured the woman's face clearly. The video also included a time stamp that indicated a 3:50 a.m. time for the incident. The family used social media to post the video in an effort to identify the woman, who now faces theft charges. Warrants were issued upon identification of the individual, and she was consequently detained in Dallas.

Texas FedEx driver charged after allegedly making up carjacking

It was reported on June 9 that a Houston FedEx driver was being investigated by police after she claimed that her vehicle was carjacked. According to the report, more than $20,000 worth of merchandise that was being transported by the truck was stolen in the alleged incident.

2 Texas high school students accused of robbery

According to that someone visited Parkview Manor Nursing early the morning of May 16 and ordered employees to open a safe. It is claimed that the individual carried a BB gun. When police arrived, the individual reportedly fled. However, the person is believed to have returned and ordered employees to move the safe. The following Monday, two 17-year-old Weimar High School students were arrested on theft charges. The student accused of robbing the nursing home has been identified as the school's quarterback.

Texas couple arrested for theft of sorority pins in Arlington

A husband and wife from Texas were detained on suspicion of theft on Mar. 12. The 42-year-old woman and her 41-year-old spouse were arrested on theft charges for an alleged burglary of sorority memorabilia in Arlington. The woman was an employee at the college headquarters and has allegedly been suspended from her job. Details surrounding the charges remain unknown at the time of the report.

Texas man linked to multiple cases, facing new charges

Detectives with the League City Police Department reportedly linked a man to 13 new cases after he had already been charged with several offenses. On Jan. 13, officers reached out to the League City community asking for assistance in locating the individual who had a warrant for felony theft charges.

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