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~ 2 weeks, 5 days ago    
Chase Leads To Arrest
 
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Deputies with Constable Ted Heap's Toll Road Division arrested a man suspected of stealing a truck from a construction site in West Harris County early yesterday morning.
 
Precinct 5 was notified that the truck had been stolen and that another worker from the site was following it. Deputies caught up to the pursuit on Hammerly Boulevard, and it came to an end when the driver ran into a dead end on Teague Road.
 
The driver fled the stolen truck but deputies found him in a nearby apartment complex, where he was arrested without further incident.
 
Francisco Javier Mendoza, 22, faces felony charges of auto theft and evading arrest. Mendoza, at the time of his arrest, was out on deferred adjudication of guilt on another felony evading charge in Judge Natalia Cornelio's 351st Criminal Court. #constabletedheap #yourconstable
 
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AJ Active Indicator LED Icon 2
~ 2 weeks, 5 days ago    
Thank you Precinct 5!! The Jail Bond laws need to be changed. Too many criminals get out and continue to commit the same crimes or worse crimes.
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gailc Active Indicator LED Icon 1
~ 2 weeks, 5 days ago    
Thankful no one was injured in the pursuit
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Fiona Active Indicator LED Icon 2
~ 2 weeks, 3 days ago    
Hope this time he is kept in jail. Doesn't need to be let out to commit another crime. Thank you, deputies, for catching this crook.
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sugu Active Indicator LED Icon 3
~ 2 weeks, 3 days ago    
Judge Natalia Cornelio used to be an assistant federal public defender.
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