On August 31, 2017, at 1:20 pm,
Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a
vehicle disturbance near North High Oaks and Sawmill Rd.
Deputies were advised that a dark in color
Audi and a tan Lexus were racing or one was chasing the other.
Deputies arrived and found that
the tan Lexus was occupied by two black males that had burglarized a vehicle
which belonged to the person driving the Audi.
During the investigation, Deputies learned that the victim had just left
the Wells Fargo Bank located at 9595 Six Pines Drive, The Woodlands, TX after
making a withdrawal.
The victim then
drove to the Randall’s Shopping Center located at 2250 Buckthorn Place, The
The victim entered the
storefront and immediately realized he left his money in his vehicle.
As he exited the store, he observed his
vehicle had a broken front passenger window and the tan Lexus driving away from
his dark colored Audi.
The victim gave
chase using his vehicle as the suspects in the Lexus attempted to get away from
The Lexus entered
neighborhood and began driving down multiple streets.
Nearly every street in the neighborhood is a
dead end with a cul-de-sac.
attempted to block the suspects in but the suspects struck the victim’s car in
order to get away.
The victim continued
chasing the Lexus until the Lexus turned north on another dead end street.
At that time the suspects exited the Lexus
while it was still in gear and fled on foot running north and jumping a
Additional Deputies from the
Sheriff’s Office arrived and subsequently caught both suspects. They were identified as Clark, Spencer (9/01/93
B/M) and Vanduren, Coron (12/13/89 B/M.)
Both suspects are documented 59 Bounty Hunter gang members. Both were charged with Aggravated Assault and
Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity.
Sheriff Rand Henderson wishes to
extend his gratitude to the victim in this case who was able to keep an eye on
these criminals and advise our Deputies where they had fled. “I have no doubt
that our arrest of these suspects not only solved this crime, but prevented
future ones as well.” Sheriff Henderson adds, “this is what we can do when the
community and law enforcement work as partners.”