December 7, 2022 9:32 pm

Posted: 4.9.2013 17:44


bank robberOn Tuesday, August 27th, 2013, Shenandoah Police Detective Raymond Shaw arrested Quincy Ramon Radolph, a 37 year old black male from Houston, for Aggravated Robbery, a first degree felony.

Randolph (AKA Lil’ Quincy), a career criminal who is currently on parole for residential burglary, was taken into custody at a Harris County Parole Office during a visit with his Parole Officer. DNA evidence recovered from a vehicle used in the violent July 15th armed robbery of the Woodforest National Bank in Shenandoah was linked directly to Randolph.

Currently Randolph is being held in the Montgomery County Jail, without bond, as investigators continue to pursue additional suspects in a string of bank robberies which are believed to be related.

Shenandoah Police Chief John Chancellor wishes to express his gratitude to Captain Bruce Zenor of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office and the Texas Rangers for their assistance in expediting evidence analysis and arrest warrants in this case so that a dangerous felon could be taken off the street. Furthermore, Chief Chancellor commends Detective Shaw for his hard work and dedication in bringing the first of several suspects involved in this crime to justice.