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On August 6, 2018 a deputy with Constable Mark Herman's Office observed a suspicious vehicle in the 21400 block of Kuykendahl Road driving slowly through the Cinemark Movie Theater parking lot.

 

Further investigation revealed that the vehicle was used during a previous aggravated robbery in Harris County. One the occupants in the vehicle matched the description listed for the alleged suspect in the robbery case.

 

The suspect parked the vehicle and entered a nearby business. During this time the Constable Deputy requested for additional units to respond due to the suspects’ violent tendencies and the amount of citizens present at the time. The suspect then exited the business and deputies quickly detained and identified him as Alexander Edinger who was found to have multiple open felony warrants.

 

Constable Deputies located and recovered two stolen firearms that were in Edinger’s possession and were able to tie him to several robberies throughout the Spring area.

 

“Alexander Edinger was arrested and booked into the Harris County jail for the open Theft of a Firearm and Fraudulent Use of Identification warrants. Additional charges will be filed for being in possession of stolen firearm. His total bond is set at $3,000.00 out of the 208th District Court.”

- Constable Mark Herman

                               

                        Name:              Alexander Edinger        

                        Date of Birth:  04/03/1997                

                        Charge:            Fraudulent Use of Identification        

                                                Theft of a Firearm      

                        Bond:              $3,000.00

                        Court:              208th District Court

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