ROSENBERG, Texas – Three male suspects, including a juvenile, were arrested in connection with an aggravated robbery early Thursday in Fort Bend County.
According to the Rosenberg Police Department, officers were dispatched to a call of an armed male suspect who approached a woman in her driveway demanding her cell phone and keys. The incident happed just after midnight at the victim’s residence located in the 4700 block of Woodway.
The victim complied and gave him her personal items, police said. However, when the suspect attempted to take her car, she refused to let him do so.
The suspect eventually ran from the scene getting into a gray Toyota Camry with a headlight out, police said. The victim and other neighboring witnesses provided a description of the suspect and vehicle to police.
Police agencies the surrounding area were immediately notified. Sugar Land police located a vehicle matching the description and initiated a traffic stop near the Highway 59 and Sugar Creek exit.
Sugar Land police identified three subjects inside the vehicle, located an automatic handgun and the phone belonging to the victim.
Rosenberg detectives were able to take the victim to the Sugar Land location where she identified the suspect, 16-years-old, as the person who approached her.
The other occupants inside the vehicle were identified as Reginald Sherman, 21, and Trevyon Holiday, 18. All three subjects were from Houston and have been arrested on aggravated robbery charges.