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UPDATE: 17-year-old robbery suspect now in custody

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UPDATE: The only identified suspect in a robbery that occurred Wednesday is now in custody.

17-year-old Josue Gutierrez reportedly turned himself in after his information was posted on Harris County Precinct 4’s Facebook page.







He has been booked into the Harris County Jail and his bond has been set at $15,000 out of the 176th District Court.

The other two suspects involved in this robbery have yet to be identified.

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — Harris County law enforcement is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a group of suspects wanted for robbing a victim sometime yesterday.







The robbery occurred Wednesday, November 6, when the victim met up with the male suspect after meeting through an internet application to sell him shoes.

When the victim arrived at the location in the 11400 block of Champions Green Drive, the suspect was accompanied by another male.







The victim exited his vehicle and was reportedly struck in the back of his head by a third suspect, causing him to fall to the ground.

The suspects then allegedly held him to the ground as they entered his vehicle and stole his shoes.

The three fled the scene on foot in an unknown direction.

Constable Deputies with Constable Mark Herman’s Office were able to identify the original suspect as 17-year-old Josue Gutierrez.

The other suspects were described as black males between 17 and 22 years of age, standing at approximately 6ft and weighting about 140 lbs.

Sources say one suspect was last seen wearing a black shirt with the word “LOVERS” on the front with black pants and black shoes.

The other was last seen wearing a black hoodie.

Gutierrez is currently wanted by law enforcement for Robbery-Bodily Injury.

Constable Herman says Gutierrez has received no bond out of the 182nd District Court.

Anyone with information on the three suspects is asked to call Harris County Precinct 4 or your local law enforcement.

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Former police officers accused of providing false information that caused deadly drug raid

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HOUSTON, Texas — A thorough investigation has led to the arrest of two former Houston police officers accused of providing false information that caused a deadly drug raid earlier this year.

Sources from FOX News say former officers Gerald Goines (left) and Steven Bryant (right) were arrested in connection with the drug raid that occurred on January 28.







A civilian identified as Patricia Garcia was also arrested due to her alleged involvement in the incident.

Reports say 58-year-old Rhogena Nicholas and 59-year-old Dennis Tuttle were killed in their home during the drug raid.

Five officers were wounded as well, according to FOX, including Goines who was shot during the raid.







Goines is reportedly being Charged with seven counts, including lying in a search warrant and making up an informant who he allegedly said had bought drugs from the home.

He allegedly confessed to buying the drugs himself.







Bryant has been Charged with falsifying records, having allegedly claimed he identified a substance bought from the home as heroin.

FOX says Garcia was Charged with providing false information.

Garcia allegedly called 911 and claimed the people inside the home were drug dealers that were using crack and heroin.

According to the DOJ, she reportedly told police that she could see her daughter inside the home.

Reports say police went to the residence after receiving the call from Garcia.

Gunfire erupted inside the home, leaving Rhogena and Dennis dead and five officers injured.

One of the officers was left paralyzed after the raid, according to FOX.

Goines and Bryant were reportedly relieved of duty after the raid and retired.

Police say they realized Goines had made up the informant when they could not find him during the investigation into the incident.

Authorities reportedly found small amounts of marijuana and cocaine inside the home, but no heroin.

FOX says family and friends of Rhogena and Dennis told police the two never sold drugs.

Goines is reportedly facing up to life in prison.

Sources say Bryant is facing up to 20 years if he is convicted.

Garcia is facing up to five years in prison.

Sources say the former officers are facing state Charges as well.

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Deputy accused of stealing from tornado-damaged Home Depot he was guarding

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DALLAS, Texas — A Dallas County Deputy was arrested earlier this afternoon for allegedly stealing from a Home Depot that had been badly damaged by a tornado last month.

The deputy’s mugshot and bond information are currently unavailable.







Sources with CBSDFW say the Deputy, identified as Joseph Bobadilla, had been working off-duty as a guard at the Home Depot located on Forest Lane.

The Dallas County Sheriff’s Department said Bobadilla has been Charged with Theft of Property worth $750 to $2,500, which will be enhanced due to him being a public servant.

Bobadilla allegedly took products from the damaged store, exchanged them at a different Home Depot for store credit, and used that credit to purchase items.







CBSDFW says police removed a new laundry machine from Bobadilla’s home after executing a search warrant at his residence.

“The Dallas Sheriff’s Office does not condone or support employees that break the law,” said Dallas County Sheriff Marian Brown. “Our core values are integrity, professionalism and accountability and as a result, we will follow the proper procedures and guidelines in place to uphold the law and ensure the deputy is held responsible for his actions.”







Texas Breaking News will update you once more information on this ongoing investigation is available.

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Gun owner shot and killed while trying to stop robbery

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HOUSTON, Texas Houston Police are searching for two male suspects who shot and killed a man while robbing a pawn shop.

According to the Houston Chronicle, the robbery took place Wednesday night in southwest Houston when two masked men entered the EZ Pawn store located in the 6000 block of Bellaire Boulevard.







Police say the masked men forced employees onto their knees and rushed to the back of the store while a citizen with a licensed concealed handgun waited for them to return to the front of the store.

Once the suspected robbers went back to the front, the citizen drew his gun and reportedly exchanged gunfire with the two suspects.

Sources say the citizen was struck several times and fell to the floor.







The suspects then fled the scene; Police are not sure if either of them was shot.

The injured gunowner was rushed to a nearby hospital where sources say he was pronounced dead.







The two suspects are still at large and are currently wanted by law enforcement.

They are only described as black males in their early to mid-20s.

One suspect was wearing a white jacket and grey hood, blue sweatpants, white shoes and a black mask.

The other suspect wore a grey hoodie, white pants, white shoes and a red mask.

If you have any information on the suspects, contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600.

 

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