FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas – Police arrested a Richmond-area man Friday in connection with 10 burglary cases in the Foster Creek subdivision.
According to Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office deputies, they were dispatched to a home in the 7300 block of Foster Island Drive concerning a burglary of a motor vehicle at 6:35 a.m. on Friday.
Following a nine-month investigation, detectives determined Jake Taylor, 21, a resident of the subdivision, was the subject who stole items from vehicles in the subdivision, including the most recent case on Friday.
During the investigation, detectives found evidence of earlier burglary cases in the neighborhood committed by Taylor.
The burglary cases occurred in June and then August of 2013. Another string of burglaries occurred in December 2013 and January 2014, all in the Foster Creek subdivision. One case was deemed a burglary of a habitation, while nine cases of burglary of a motor vehicle were associated with the arrest.
Detectives discovered a credit card stolen from the Friday incident had been used so Taylor’s charge includes fraud/use/possession of identification information as well as one count of burglary of a motor vehicle.
Taylor’s bond totaled $28,000 and he bailed out of the Fort Bend County Jail on Saturday. Additional charges on Taylor are anticipated.