A Parker County grand jury indicted two men Thursday caught in May with a rubber glove and stolen electronics after an alert neighbor called the Parker County Sheriff’s Office about a break-in in the neighborhood.
Armando Brandon Rodriguez, 19, and Luis Osvaldo Montes Jr., 18, were indicted on two charges of burglary of a habitation regarding two incidents in Parker County in May.
When deputies arrived on scene in the 3300 block of East Bankhead Highway around 3:30 p.m. May 30, they saw a black Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck backed into the driveway, facing the roadway. Deputies found the rear door of the home had been forcefully entered.
According to the sheriff’s office, Montes and Rodriguez were reportedly found inside the residence and surrendered after deputies instructed them to exit the home.
Deputies searched both suspects and said Montes had a rubber glove with him. Deputies reported Montes told them he used the glove so he would not leave fingerprints during the burglary.
Deputies called for an ambulance after Rodriguez told them he was suffering from a panic attack. After being assessed by paramedics, Rodriguez was released at the scene as healthy.
Inside the suspects’ vehicle, deputies said they found a rifle and three firearm cases, three cell phones, CDs, a laptop computer and an Xbox game console with a Kinect system.
Deputies reported the pair implicated themselves in two other burglaries, one occurring earlier that day on the same street and the other on May 7.
Homeowners in the first Bankhead Highway burglary reported two iPods, three cell phones, a jump drive and miscellaneous business cards had been stolen from their home.
A neighbor reported seeing a black truck leaving a home in the 100 block of Lakeview Terrace on May 7. In that case, deputies observed the back door to have been forcefully entered, with several pry marks around the locking mechanism. The property owner reported two flat screen televisions, an Xbox game system and a Sony Playstation with assorted video games had been stolen.
Three men accused of stealing items such as laundry detergent and steaks from Walmart last month were indicted on state jail felony theft charges.
Danny Mitchell Davis, 54, and Curtis Dewayne Weaver, 51, were indicted on charges of organized retail theft, more than $500, less than $1,500, and theft, less than $1,500, with two or more prior convictions.
Kenneth Ray Williams, 50, was indicted on a charge of organized retail theft, more than $500, less than $1,500.
According to a Weatherford police report, a Walmart employee reported around 8 p.m. July 23 that the three men entered the store, loaded two carts with merchandise totaling $570 and pushed them out of the store without making any attempt to pay for the items.
The merchandise was described as consumable goods, mainly steaks and laundry detergent.
Two of the men were located by officers in a neighboring business while the third was found leaving the scene in a vehicle, according to police.
Other indictments Thursday include:
• Christa Justine Bohn, obtaining a controlled substance by fraud.
• Michael Lynn Caraway, burglary of a habitation and theft, less than $1,500 with two or more prior convictions.
• David Kyle Carpenter, delivery of marijuana, more than a quarter ounce, less than 5 pounds.
• Richard Lee Fitts, forgery.
• Cody Thomas Herrod, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense.
• Jessica Faith Hoffman, theft, less than $1,500, with two or more prior convictions.
• Antonio Holquin, driving while intoxciated with a child passenger under 15 years old.
• Ricky Wayne Howell, theft of property, more than $1,500, less than $20,000.
• Ryan Edward Porter, burglary of a habitation.
• Alex Joseph Ray, possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram.
• Joshua Aaron Reneau, sexual assault.
• Joshua Aaron Reneau, assault family violence by choking.
• Aldophas Rousseau Sneed, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense.
• Truman Dale Whitfield, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense.
• William Robert Williams, theft, more than $1,500, less than $20,000.