Two Harris County Precinct 3 Deputies had pulled a double shift working 20 hours when they returned to their Valley Ranch neighborhood. As one of the deputies attempted to pull into his driveway he was blocked by a blue passenger car in the street blocking it. He called his partner who was also just returning home from the same shift and lived a few blocks away. As his partner who is a Harris County Precinct 3 K-9 officer was there in seconds as they spotted a male-run from his driveway. At the same time one of the other males who was burglarizing a vehicle across the street fled the opposite direction. That male quickly gave up as the K-9 officer was about to deploy his dog. The first male who ran from the deputy jumped a few fences and was captured. The getaway driver in the passenger car that was blocking the driveway was also arrested. Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constables also responded. Andrew Scott Surber, 21, of 15445 O’Connor Drive in Splendora was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on two counts of burglary of a motor vehicle. This is not his first rodeo. On December 5, 2019, he was arrested by Patton Village after he was burglarizing vehicles in the Rio Vista Subdivision. For the December theft, he was sentenced in County County #4, Judge Turner, to 20-days in the County Jail on March 16, 2020. Then last month he was arrested for unlawfully carrying a weapon after it was reported they were driving up and down Tram Road discharging it.
With Surber on the Rio Vista, vehicle burglaries was Jaivon Tyriek Hargrove, 20, of 100 Campbell Street A12A in Cleveland. He was also arrested this morning on the Valley Ranch burglary. He is charged with two counts of burglary of a motor vehicle and possession of a controlled substance of less than 28 grams. He was also arrested by Precinct 4 Constables last October for possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana.
The getaway driver is identified as Javon Rashaud Shedd Callis, 19, of 520 Allen Ave, #1 in Cleveland. He was transported tot he Montgomery County Jail on two counts of burglary of a motor vehicle.