Late Easter Sunday or early Monday morning unknown individuals broke into the Splendora Youth Association Baseball field concession stand. Taken was the majority of food items, scoreboard controllers, slushie machine. Extensive damage to the complex was also done by the vandals. Fire extinguishers were discharged, trophy cases were damaged.
Since Monday Splendora police have been activity working the case and this afternoon met with Constable Hayden with some new information.
Close to 10pm the officers of both agencies began running on different locations. They found small items of food but a little after 2am word came that the location of the property was discoovered.
Constable Hayden notified Judge James Mett’s of the location and the need to secure a search warrant.
Judge Metts responded to the scene, signed the warrant and at 4am entry was made into the home on 4th Street in Splendora by heavily armed Montgomery County Precinct 4 deputies.
Once inside they were able to locate the slushie machine, candy, soft drinks, microwaves, baseballs and baseball helmets.
Nobody was at the residence but warrants should be issued for the suspects shortly.
In custody is Chase Caldwell, age 18 of Cleveland. He is charged with two counts of burglary of a building. Both stem from the Ipes Road Baseball Complex and the Tram Road Football Fields.
Also in custody is, Terry James Ross, 18 of New Caney. He is also charged with two counts of burglary of a building.
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