Three Jailed For League City Parking Lot Robbery
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Three Houston hoods landed in the Galveston County Jail Thursday after they were cornered in a dead-end League City street after a car chase.

The three were spotted in the League City Walmart parking lot by an undercover Deputy Constable as they were cruising through the parking lot in a suspicious manner.  As the deputy watched, the three pulled up behind a car where an elderly lady was loading her groceries into her car.  One of the characters jumped from their car, grabbed the lady's purse, jumped back into the car and began fleeing the parking lot.

At that moment the Deputy Constable from Constable Jerry Fishers, Precinct 4 office began to follow them.  When he activated his red lights and siren in an effort to stop them the three fled and the chase began.  League City Police and a K-9 Unit soon joined the chase as the three perps began throwing the stolen items from their car.

The driver of the getaway car unknowingly turned onto a dead-end street and the chase was over.

Booked into the Galveston County Jail were 21-year old William Watkins, 21-year old James Harris and 18-year old Kendall Coles, all of Houston.

James Harris
Charge: Engaging In Organized Crime
Bail: $60K
Harris County Warrant: $10K

William Watkins
Engaging in Organized Crime
Bail: $5K

Kendall Coles
Engaging in Organized Crime
Bail: $5K

Pro-active policing at it's best!
Posted by Txlt44 at 11/17/2017 12:31:05 PM

Hey Mom, guess what, I think I am about to be a "Felon". Aren't you proud?
Posted by houston man at 11/17/2017 1:12:52 PM

And they keep wondering "WHY"....
Houston's Future TDC Candidates..
Posted by USMC66'- at 11/17/2017 2:04:15 PM

Thank God!!!! A friend observed "robbery" in the same WalMart, inwhich, a large bowl was full of items stolen. She watched, reported to Mgr., went outside, saw them getting into a car & held back, followed them to JCP, and after awhile went into the store, again, observing them "stealing". Again, reported to the Mgr. Took a photo of license plate, but most likely car was also stolen. The sooner these scum are removed from the streets, the safer we will all feel. The holidays are here!!!!!
Posted by noname at 11/17/2017 3:10:03 PM

Hey Watkins, Hallowween is over! Trick-or-Treat is over! Time is on your side to treat your "Homies" in the Big House!
Posted by Big Al at 11/17/2017 8:23:41 PM

Same deputy has been locking these Houston turds up for years..When he retires he will be missed..Its Ok he is a unmentioned undercover cop in this story but most know who this OUTSTANDING badged ally cat is.. good job again!
Posted by Bill Young at 11/18/2017 7:03:56 AM

Sounds like this Deputy Constable should get an award from the LCPD for catching these criminals
Posted by LE! at 11/18/2017 10:53:26 AM

Good job guys including the off duty officer.

Once again, instead of getting a very easy to get job at McD's or DQ, or Walmart for that matter, they have decided to STEAL!

And, to use their youth against a old defenseless lady is unforgivable.

I sure wish Trump could be cloned so he could deal with heathens like them as he sentenced them as they should be sentenced.

No bond, no second chances.

The chain gang should be brought back so they could be really punished instead of just being housed comfortablyy at tax-payer expense.

They did the crime so...they need to do the time, right?
Posted by Patrisha at 11/18/2017 11:34:53 PM

The Constable was just doing what is expected as a Deputy Constable in his County. Good job, Nothing special. Your Tax dollars at work.
Posted by County Employee at 11/19/2017 2:27:26 PM

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