On October 26, 2011, around 2:15 PM deputies were dispatched to a residence on Cedar Flats in South Montgomery County. When deputies arrived they learned that someone had knocked on the victim’s door announcing a delivery. When the victim opened the door the suspect tried to force his way into the home. The resident was able to force and lock the door before the suspect could get in. The suspect, either white or Hispanic was wearing panty hose over his head, blue shirt, and clear food worker type gloves and fled on foot. No vehicle was seen.
The same day and around the same time deputies met with another victim in the Spring Trails Subdivision. The victim told deputies that he was at a pond in the back of the Spring Trails Subdivision when he was struck from behind and dazed. Two suspects took his cell phone, keys and wallet then fled in the victim’s car. A suspect was described as Hispanic or white with one of the suspects wearing a bandana over his face wearing jean shorts and a white short sleeve shirt. The other suspect was a black male wearing dark pants and a beige shirt and both suspects were believed to be in their mid-20’s. The victim walked to his home and notified law enforcement. The victim was taken to a local hospital by ambulance with minor injuries.
The same day around 8:00 PM Sheriff Deputies met with the victim of a robbery at a restaurant in the Panther Creek Shopping Center. A deputy learned that the victim is a delivery driver for the restaurant and was delivering a telephone order to the Creekwood Condos on Tanglebrush Dr. The victim told deputies that as he neared an apartment to deliver the food order he saw a sign in the window that the residence was vacant. The victim was approached by a suspect that had a handgun. The suspect took the food order, and the victim’s money, and cell phone. The victim ran and did not see where the suspect went. The suspect was a black/male late to early teens, wearing a dark hoodie and a blue bandana over his face, and basketball shorts.