Three Men Suspected of Targeting Bank Customers Arrested in Katy

Case Bank at 400 S. Mason Road – Google

 

KATY (Covering Katy News) – Harris County Sheriff’s Office Auto Theft and West District Patrol units conducted an undercover “bank jugging” operation on South Mason Road on Wednesday. Bank jugging is when a criminal watches customers who enter and leave a bank and then follows them, looking for an opportunity to rob them or burglarize their vehicles.

Investigators set up a sting at the Chase Bank located at 400 S. Mason Road. Investigators observed jugging suspects breaking into an undercover vehicle, taking a bank bag inside. Patrol units attempted to stop the suspect’s vehicle. The three suspects fled in an SUV eastbound on and off the Katy Freeway from S. Mason to Greenhouse Rd exit.

The driver lost control of the vehicle while on the freeway, striking the crash barrels and the concrete retaining wall. Deputies took all three adult male suspects in custody without further incident.

The suspect’s vehicle was completely engulfed in flames shortly after the arrest was made. EMS and Fire department personnel arrived on the scene, where all three suspects were transported to the Methodist West Hospital. They are expected to be released in good condition.

Investigators have charged Bryant Keith Davis, 27, Bryan Randle, 36, and Alaric Jenkins, 22, with burglary of a motor vehicle. Jenkins received an additional felony charge of evading in a motor vehicle.

Investigators are reviewing cases to determine if these suspects are a match for other ” Jugging ” type thefts.
mug shots are in order of listing.

See suspects mug shots below.

 

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