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Santa Fe Police Department
For Immediate Release
Sgt. Eric Bruss, CID

October 17, 2013

On 10-15-2013 Santa Fe police began investigating the theft of an All-Terrain 4 wheeler taken from a
residence in the City of Santa Fe. During the course of the investigation two suspects were identified
using security footage from the homeowner documenting the theft.

The suspects were identified as Robert Leonard McBee, 28 years old out of Hitchcock and 20 year old
Mathew Miller also from Hitchcock.

Arrest warrants were obtained by Santa Fe police Criminal Investigations Division the same day.

Investigators and officers from assisting agencies and units, located and arrested both McBee and Miller
without incident in the 6900 Block of West Holliday in Hitchcock.

A continued investigative effort led to the execution of two search warrants in the 800 and 900 Blocks of
Volney ST in LaMarque. As a result of these warrants an additional suspect was arrested and was
identified as 36 year old Ronald Leslie Bordelon of LaMarque.

The search warrants resulting in the recovery of approximately $125,000.00 in stolen vehicles, including
a Cadillac Escalade, Mercedes Benz and numerous stolen 4 wheelers that had been stolen from Santa
Fe, Galveston County and Hitchcock.

In addition to the stolen vehicles, Santa Fe CID seized an additional Cadillac Escalade and a second
Mercedes Benz as well as other property believed to be purchased with proceeds from criminal activity.
These seized items will be held pending Asset Forfeiture proceedings facilitated by the Galveston County
District Attorney’s Office.

Robert Leonard McBee, currently out of prison and on parole for thefts is being held on the following charges; – Theft >$1500 < $20,000.00 and Engaging in Organized Crime with a combined bond of $250,000.00.

Mathew Miller is being held for Theft >$1500 <$20,000 as well as Engaging in Organized Crime with a bond of $80,000.00

Ronald Leslie Bordelon is being held on Theft >$100,000 < $200,000 and Engaging in Organized Crime and his bond is $260,000.00.

This investigation was a joint effort between the Santa Fe police, Galveston County Sheriff’s Office including GCSO CID, GCSO Special Crimes Units, GCSO Identification Division, Galveston County Auto Crimes Task Force, LaMarque Police and the District Attorney’s Office.

The investigation is on-going and additional charges and arrests are expected.

  
           Bordelon                         Miller                            McBee


  



Comments:
Mcbee is a career crook/loser! Good riddance,, go back and live your life n TDC. Thanks to all the police.
Posted by pancho villa at 10/18/2013 11:05:13 AM

Great Job. These 3 need to be sent away for long time.
Posted by Darlene Logan at 10/18/2013 7:05:05 PM

Heck ya!!!! Hasn't this McBee thief scum bag been in a whole bunch of trouble since day1 and also a friend of the Growcock boys!!??? Lock them up and throw away the key for sure. None of this bunch needs to be around any of the public. Back to the Grey Bar Hotel for a long time I hope!!! Hope the DA does the right thing on this one!!
Posted by Floundering at 10/18/2013 7:37:41 PM

Logan what's sad these suspects always get out after only serving 6 months and right back to the same routine.

These character have no shame to their criminal enterprise.

They have no respect for the laws of this land there's no hope for the hard
working citizens of this county.

Eventually they'll run into a citizen that will have guebos to permanently stop
their criminal enterprise. People work too hard for what they earn for a
convict(s) to just take it… while they sleep.
Posted by LIL WINNIE at 10/18/2013 8:00:48 PM

One sure way to prevent recidivism is to execute all three. Luckily for these scumbags they live in a country that is soft on criminals.
Posted by Nick Elodeon at 10/18/2013 9:57:52 PM

These crooks stole my 4 wheeler also, but SF Police officer N. Shimansky, his Sargent, and detective Brusso found these guys, and my four wheeler, in less than a day. These policemen are top notch in my opinion. It's hard to catch slimeballs, and these folks did the job. Thank you SF police, I can now ride happily off into the sunset on my four wheeler!
Posted by Grateful Bob from Santa Fe. at 10/18/2013 10:29:55 PM

McBee is an idiot, bum, loser. Always has been and always will be a worthless human being that I wouldn't even spit at.
Posted by drapedup at 10/20/2013 12:12:28 AM

Three down and hopefully for a very long time!! Thanks for all the officers in our county for a job well done. Go get the rest of the Scum Bags, who take advantage of the innocent and good people, that work hard for a living and a decent home.
Posted by No Name at 10/20/2013 1:30:53 PM

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