The commission of a property crime can be a very serious matter that can have a potentially lifelong negative impact on the life of the accused or convicted. Unfortunately, once someone is accused of committing a crime, there are often many aspects of these situations that work against the alleged criminal. One example is police reports, which often portray a very one-sided story.
It's a tradition in Dallas for those who have been exonerated to attend their brethrens' court hearings. Cornelius Dupree Jr. has become the 21st man to be exonerated by DNA evidence in Dallas County. Another wrongfully convicted man handed Dupree a $100 bill as congratulations right there in the courtroom, after Judge Don Adams said, "You're free to go."
One of the suspects, Samuel Bonner, was released from prison in September after serving 5 years for a drug charge. His criminal history also includes burglary and auto theft. Bonner's accomplice, Raymond Johnson, has a criminal history including robbery, aggravated assault, and theft. The two men are currently being accused of robbing a Chase bank in the 1900 block of North Main in Pearland this past New Year's Eve. Police are still conducting an investigation to determine if there were more suspects involved. To read more on this story please go to http://www.khou.com/home/Suspects-in-Pearland-bank-robbery-have-history-of-drugs-burglary-assault-112813769.html
HPD says they have arrested two suspects who may be involved in over 150 burglaries in the Montrose area. Both suspects are facing felony burglary charges. Officers in the Central Patrol Division believe the two are responsible for morethan half of all burglaries in the Montrose area since 2009. To read more on this story please go to http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metropolitan/7266285.html
This past Wednesday, an armed robbery took place at the IBC Bank located inside of an HEB grocery store. Police say a man between 25 and 30 years old, ordered the bank employees to open the bank safe at gunpoint. The suspect reportedly obtained about $30,000 in cash before fleeing the scene on a bicycle. To read more on this story please go to abclocal.go.com