May 28, 2022 9:14 pm



Splendora Police Department Detectives have been working around the clock since the Robbery at Subway on January 18, 2019. Due to a large number of recent robberies and thefts in and around Montgomery County, We have teamed up with Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constables Office, Cleveland Police Department, and Humble Police Department in efforts to link any and all criminal activity.

Due to collaborative efforts between Splendora Police Department and the Humble Police Department, our efforts paid off. Humble Police Department received an anonymous tip in reference to the suspects and their location. Splendora Police Department would like to Thank the Humble Police Department for their assistance in the apprehension of three Juveniles ranging from the age of 13 to 15. Humble Police Department was able to apprehend three of the five suspects immediately. After many long hours, Investigators with the Splendora Police Department were able to interview all three juveniles and gain a confession. It was learned all the suspects have been engaging in criminal activity from the City of Cleveland all the way to Pearland. All the vehicles which were used in these criminal activities were stolen, have since been recovered and being processed for evidence. Splendora Police Department placed all three juveniles in Custody and booked them into the Montgomery County Juvenile Center in Montgomery County. The same juveniles are facing additional charges from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Cleveland Police Department, Humble Police Department, and the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. Two remaining suspects have been identified and warrants are currently being filed.

Details of our Incidents are as follows:

On January 18, 2019, at approximately 2300 hours, a black male entered the Subway and walked on the employees’ side of the counter and removed the cash drawer when the employee approached the black male. At which time another black male entered the Subway striking the employee, knocking him to the floor. Both black males left the location in a Ford Multi-Passenger Van. One of the black males was described to be wearing a red sweater, blue jeans, The second black male was described to be wearing a black sweater and light color pants and slides.
On January 22, 2019, at approximately 0400 hours, two black males wearing blue jeans, black sweater with white stripes down the arm and black sides with white stripes and a yellow sweater with black pants with white stripes and black slides, entered the store and removed the cash drawer. Both males were seen leaving in an older model white van.


Dedrick Flanagan of Cleveland was arrest a short time ago in reference to both Robberies at the Subway that occurred on January 18 and January 22, 2019. Dedrick has been booked into the Montgomery County Jail. There is another Suspect which has been identified and Detectives are currently working on obtaining a warrant for his arrest. Flanagan has also confessed to be the driver of the red Dodge Charger involved in the early morning pursuit Wednesday morning in which Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constables chased the vehicle to Beltway 8 before losing him at speeds of close to 120 mph.