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$500,000 BOND SET FOR MAN WHO MURDERED CONROE WOMAN SATURDAY

A $500,000 bond has been set on Miles Joseph Fridrich.

Miles Joseph Fridrich, 24, has been charged with the murder of 52-year-old Talat Jehan Khan. Fridrich who is booked with an address of of 549 Lindley Street in Dallas also has family ties in The Woodlands. He was booked into the Montgomery County Jail Saturday night. Conroe Police have not released any additional details as to the motive of the deadly stabbing. Fridrich has had dealings with both Montgomery County and Travis County law enforcement in the past. On June 28, 2020 he was arrested by Conroe Police on I-45 for possession and unlawfully carrying a weapon. That case was dismissed. Then in January of 2021 he was arrested in Travis County for unlawful carrying of a weapon which was also dismissed after he completed a gun safety class and surrendered his gun. Witnesses at the scene heard the screaming and ran out. One witness, Matthew Amador said he heard children screaming and ran out confronting Fridrich with his sword. He said Fridrich was checking her pulse and then stabbed her three times. Other neighbors then exited their homes with guns and Fridrich ran. Amador gave arriving police a description. He was quickly taken into custody on the east side of the complex on Johnson Martin Road. Other witnesses say the woman was sitting at the picnic table with her dog and talking on the phone when the suspect came out of nowhere.

EARLIER STORY
On Saturday, October 28, 2023, at about 12:30 p.m., the Conroe Police responded to 15000 Mansion’s View Dr. (Alys Apartments) in reference to a disturbance with weapons. Upon arrival, Officers located the victim, 52-year-old Talat Jehan Khan, with multiple stab wounds at a picnic table in the common area of the apartment complex. The suspect had fled the location on foot. Witnesses on the scene gave a good description of the suspect and his direction of travel. Officers quickly set up a perimeter and were able to locate and detain the suspect a short distance away on Johnson-Martin Rd. Khan was unable to be revived and died of her injuries on scene. The investigation is ongoing and the suspect is being interviewed by detectives. The suspect’s name will not be released at this time. No further information will be released at this time. Chief Jeff Christy and the Conroe Police Department would like to their condolences to the Khan family.

 

 

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