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SUSPECT WANTED IN NASSAU BAY OFFICER DEATH ARRESTED IN CONROE LAST JULY-REWARD FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO HIS ARREST

Tavores Henderson, who is wanted in connection with the death of Nassau Bay Police Officer Sgt. Kaila Sullivan had been arrested by Conroe Police on July 10, 2019, after the theft of power tools valued at over $2500 from Home Depot on West Davis. He was indicted by the Montgomery County Grand Jury on October 3. An additional charge of evading arrest when a Conroe Police Officer attempted to stop him. He was given a $10,000 bond on each charge. Those bonds were revoked today by Judge Phil Grant in the 9th District Court. In addition to those charges, he was also held on a Harris County warrant for Aggravated Assault. On November 16, 2018, Henderson stood in front of his girlfriend’s car with a firearm pointed at her and ordered her to open the car door which in fear of her life she did. Henderson then using his hands, wrapped them around her neck cutting off her airway. On July 16, 2019, he posted a $50,000 bond and was released. On November 11 he was indicted on the Harris County charge. His bond was also revoked today by the 263rd District Court in Harris County. Henderson also has an open warrant in Galveston County. Even after all these arrests, Henderson was proud of himself, posting his mug shots on his Facebook page.
Sgt. Kaila Sullivan, 43, was attempting to arrest Henderson, who was wanted on warrants when she was hit and killed by his vehicle. According to the police department in the Clear Lake area, Sullivan was one of the officers conducting the traffic stop at an apartment complex in the 2000 block of San Sebastian Court around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. Henderson was wanted on a Harris County warrant for assault on a family member, police said. While trying to arrest him, police said he fought with officers and was able to break free, re-enter the vehicle, and hit Sullivan as he drove away. Sullivan was taken to HCA Clear Lake Hospital by ambulance, where she died. According to Nassau Bay police Chief Tim Cromie, Sullivan would have marked her 16th anniversary working in the Nassau Bay Police Department. “This a nightmare scenario for our city. (It’s the) first time an officer has ever been seriously injured, much less killed, in the line of duty,” said Nassau Bay Mayor Mark Denman.

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